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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Natrum Phosphoricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
(Morning), On rising, dizziness; offensive odor before nose; drawing in deltoid; after getting up, legs, etc., feel heavy; on first rising, pain in the calf.
(Forenoon), Ill-humor; frontal headache; headache over eye; drowsiness.
(Afternoon), After menses, headache; towards evening, weakness of back; flashes.
(Evening), Attacks of gloominess; fulness at root of nose; at 8 o'clock, sensation in left abdomen; bloated feeling; after supper, while walking, colic pains; at 8 o'clock, urging to stool; flashes of heat, etc.
(Night), Easily startled; dropping of mucus from posterior nares.
(Ascending stairs), Heaviness in epigastrium, etc.; trembling about heart.
(Drinking water), Cough.
(Riding), Pains in little fingers.
(In thunderstorm), Nervousness, etc.
(Walking), Pain in hollow of foot.
(Eating), Heaviness in epigastrium; pressure in pit of stomach.
Desires strong-tasting things,
Desires strong-tasting things, even alcohol,
Desire for eggs,
Desire for fried eggs,
Aversion to bread and butter, yet formerly fond thereof; very persistent for weeks,
Desire for beer; it relieves the goneness,
Eructations after eating,
Eructations frequent, tasteless,