Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nat Mur in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Frequent yawning and stretching; aversion to motion; sleepy but cannot sleep.
Sleepy by day sleepless at night.
Sleepless; from depressing events; from gnawing grief.
Awakens often with pains causing dyspnoea and one-sided paralysis; with fright, violent headache, sweat erethism, throbbing of the arteries.
Dreams vivid; of robbers in the house and will not believe the contrary, until search is made; of burning thirst; starts and talks in sleep, tosses about.
Unrefreshed in the morning.
Nausea and vomiting
Acid eructations and malaise, after eating.
Water-brash; heart-burn with palpitation.
Nausea in the morning; weak after even agreeable food.
Vomiting first of food, later of bile; oppression of stomach.
Eating and drinking
Better on an empty stomach worse after breakfast; feverish; while eating, sweat on the face.
After eating empty eructations, nausea, acidity in the mouth, sleepiness, heart-burn, palpitation; epigastric pressure and heat radiating upward to the chest.
Bad effects from acid food, bread, fat and wine.
Tendency to dryness, or to erosions of mucus membrane; secretions acrid; smarting, burning at edges of mucous surfaces.
Emaciation even while living well.
Contact, Injuries, etc.
Sprains (externally and internally).
Touch 4, 7, 10, 12. Pressure 17, 31.
Chorea, jumps up high, regardless of things around; jerks of the right side of head; after fright.
Hysterical debility; weakness in the morning in bed.
Prostrated, knows that he is weak and does not want to move.
Useful for congenital malformations caused by contractions of the muscles (externally with friction).
Pains make tears come into the eyes.
Temperature and weather
Warm in bed 27.
Heat of stove unbearable.
Ailments worse at the seaside.
Worse in heat of sun (feel exhausted); worse in Summer.
Indication for the open air, and to wash in cold water.
Sea-bathing 11, 48. Warmth 3, 10, 27. Cold 10. Open air 4, 10, 26. Dampness 40. Getting wet 3.
Chill, Fever and Sweat.
Chill predominates, mostly internal; hands and feet icy-cold.
Chill from morning until noon; ulcers around the mouth; nursing children.
Flushes of heat with violent headache; chilliness over the back, and sweat in the axillae and on the soles of feet.
Chill 10 to 11 A.M., beginning in feet or small of back; blue nails; thirst; bursting headache; nausea and vomiting; sometimes stupefaction.
Heat, with increased headache and thirst, unconsciousness; or obscuration of sight and faintishness.
Sweat relieving headache and other pains; though it weakens.
Apyrexia stitches about liver; great languor; emaciation; sallow complexion; urine muddy, with red, sandy sediment; loss of appetite; fever blisters.
Intermittents after abuse of quinine; living in damp regions, or near newly turned ground.
Sweats easily from any exertion.
Sweat sour, weakening.
Periodical 2. Sunrise to sunset 3, 5. Summer 31.
Right 3, 5, 33, 34, 36. Left 3, 7, 8, 18, 28, 29, 32.≡ more ...