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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On the root of the nose in the canthus, every time he blows his nose, a certain spot (the lachrymal sac?) becomes inflated with air, and is then painful, especially when touched (2d d.).
Quivering and muscular twitching on the left side of the root of the nose.
Boring pain in the nasal bones, especially in the root of the nose and toward the cheek-bone.
Burning in the nose (and the eyes).
Redness, heat, inflammation and swelling of the left ala of the nose; with sore pain in blowing the nose (2d d.).
Inflammation and swelling of the left half of the nose, with itching and a sore pain when he touched it, and a sensation as if the left nostril was contracted (24th d.).
Internal soreness of the nose.
Soreness and swelling of the interior of the alae nasi, and many pimples on them.
Loss of sensibility and dying off of inner half of the nose.
Itching in the right nostril, as if a worm was boring through it.
Itching of the left ala nasi.
White pimples around the nose.
Many erosive vesicles on the root of the nose, which turn to scabs.
Below the septum of the nose, small burning pimples, with the sensation as if an acrid fluid flowed from the nose (4th d.).
She expels much coagulated blood from the nose.
Very frequent bleeding of the nose.
Bleeding of the nose, when stooping.
Profuse bleeding of the nose, when coughing at night, with bruised pain in all the limbs.
Sensation of dryness in the nose.
Water drips from the nose unawares.
Very thick mucus is discharged from the nose.
Sensation of dryness on the posterior nares.
Frequent sneezing, for several days.
Formication in the right side of the nose, with pressure in the right eye, as if about to sneeze, not relieved by blowing the nose.
Frequent abortive sneezing.
Sensation of coryza, every morning.
Stuffed coryza, with stoppage of both nostrils.
Excessive stuffed coryza, so that he can scarcely get a breath.
Fluent coryza, with sneezing, for only one day.
Profuse fluent coryza, for three days, then stuffed coryza.
Moderate coryza, with total loss of smell and taste.
Excessive fluent coryza, with loss of all power of smell and taste.≡ more ...