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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REVERSE RELATIONSHIPSThese are relationship sections of other remedies that refer to Natrum Muriaticum. Where the text is greyed out, a relationship with that remedy is already described above.
Eupatorium Perfoliatum > compare
Compare: Bryonia Bryon.; Sepia Sepia.; Nat Mur Nat. Mur.; Chelidonium Majus Chelidonium. Nyctanthes arbor-tristis (bilious fever; insatiable thirst; bitter vomiting at close of chill; also constipation of children).
Kali Sulphuricum > compare
Compare: Kali Sulphuricum. Chromic. - Alumina Alum Of chrome - 3x ( Produces in the nasal passages very fine threads from the septum to external wall; affections of nasal fossae and hay-fever. Chronic colds. Sneezing, red, watery eyes, irritation of mucous membrane). Pulsatilla Pulsat.; Kali Bich Kali-bich.; Nat Mur Nat-m.
Lachesis > compare
Compare: Cotyledon Umbilicus Cotyledon (climacteric troubles); Nat Mur Nat-m.; Nitric Acid Nit-ac.; Crotalus Cascavella Crotal.; Amphisbena - snake lizard - (right jaw swollen and painful, lancinating pains; headaches, lancinating pains. Eruption of vesicles and pimples); Naja Tripudia Naja; Lepidium.
Lycopodium > compare
Compare: Carbo-nitrogenoid Constitution: Sulphur; Rhus Tox Rhus; Urtica Urens Urtica; Merc Viv Mercur.; Hep Sulph Calc Hepar. Alumina Alumina ( Lycopodium Lycop. is the only vegetable that takes up aluminum. T. F. Allen.) Ant. c.; Nat Mur Nat-m.; Bryonia Bry.; Nux Vomica Nux; Bothrops Lanceolatus Bothrops (Day-blindness; can scarcely see after sunrise; pain in right great toe). Plumbago Littoralis - A Brazilian plant - (Costive with red urine, pain in kidneys and joints and body generally; milky saliva, ulcerated mouth). Hydrastis Canadensis Hydrast. follows Lycopodium Clavatum. in indigestion.
Lyssin (Hydrophobinum) > compare
Compare: Xanthium spinosum - Cockle - (said to be specific for hydrophobia and is recommended for chronic cystitis in women). Cantharis Canth.; Belladonna Bell.; Stramonium Stram.; Lachesis Lach.; Nat Mur Nat-mur.
Magnesia Muriatica > compare
Compare: Nat Mur Nat-m.; Pulsatilla Puls.; Sepia Sep.; Amm. M.; Nasturtium Aquaticum - Water-cress - (useful in scorbutic affections and constipation, related to strictures of urinary apparatus; supposed to be aphrodisiacal in its action. Is also antidotal to TOBACCO narcosis and sedative in neurotic affections, neurasthenia, hysteria. Cirrhosis of liver and dropsy.)
Oleander > relationships
Compare: Conium Mac Con.; Nat Mur Nat-m.; Rhus Tox Rhus; Causticum Caust.; Lathyrus Sativus Lathyr. Oleander contains Oleandrin and also Nerein which latter is said to be closely related if not identical with Digitalin. The pulse becomes slower, more regular, more powerful. Diuresis; palpitation, oedema and dyspnoea of valvular disease, disappear.
Compare: Angelica (in tincture, five drops, three times daily, produces disgust for liquor; also for atony of different organs, dyspepsia, nervous headache, etc.; chronic bronchitis to increase expectoration.) Ceanothus Americanus Ceanoth.; Lachesis Lach.; Nat Mur Nat-mur.; Helianthus Annuus Helianthus (spleen enlarged and painful.)
Sarsaparilla > compare
Compare: Berberis Vulgaris Berb.; Lycopodium Lycop.; Nat Mur Nat-m.; Petroleum Petrol.; Sassafras; saururus - Lizard’s tail - (Irritation of kidneys, bladder, prostate and urinary passages. Painful and difficult micturition; cystitis with strangury). Cucurbita citrullus - Watermelon. Infusion of the seed acts promptly in painful urination with constriction and backache, relieves pain and stimulates flow.
Urtica Urens > compare
Compare: Medusa; Nat Mur Nat-mur.; Lac Caninum Lac. Can.; Ricinus Communis Ricin (diminished mammary secretion); Bombyx; Rhus Tox Rhus; Apis Mel Apis; Chloralum Chloral.; Astacus Fluviatilis Astac.; Pulsatilla Puls ( urticaria); Boletus luridus and Anacardium Occidentale Anacard ( urticaria tuberosa); Lycopodium Lycop. AND Hedeoma Pulegioides Hedeoma (uric acid conditions); Formica Rufa Formica.