Homeopathic Medicine :: Natrum Muriaticum – Chloride of Sodium

Indicated chiefly in anaemic and chlorotic states and in chronic manifestations of malarial poisoning. In muscular affections of the eyes. Anaemic headaches of young girls at school.

Sad, weeping mood, without cause, worse from having consolation offered.

Great liability to take cold.

Eats heartily and good food, but gets thinner all the time.

Desire for salt; aversion to bread.

The throat and neck, especially of children sick with summer diarrhoea are so thin and scrawny as to attract attention.

Hang-nails; skin around nails is dry and cracked.

Tongue burning, tingling, mapped; feels as though a hair were on it.

Eyes feel sore and bruised; copious, burning, acrid lachrymation; eyes water freely when he coughs.

Headache as though a thousand little hammers were knocking upon the brain (fevers).

Headache from sunrise to sunset, left-sided, intense, bursting, with nausea and vomiting.

Constipation with sense of constriction at the anus; anal fissures; stools crumbling, difficult to expel because of the sense of constriction.

Involuntary escape of urine when laughing, coughing, walking.

Chill followed by heat with violent thirst.

Fever blisters, looking like pearls, on the lips and about mouth.

Backache, with feeling as though firm pressure would relieve it.

Menses irregular, profuse, with bearing-down pains, especially in the morning.

Leucorrhoea, acrid, watery, irritating.

Urticaria all over, especially after violent exercise; raw, red, burning eczema; eruptions on margin of scalp, behind ears, in the bend of the limbs.

Worse at 10 or 11 o?clock a. m. (chill); near the sea; from heat of the sun or stove; from lying down.

Better from bathing; in the open air.

(First Lessons in the Symptomatology of Leading Homoeopathic Remedies by H. R. Arndt, M. D. Philadephia. Boericke and Tafel.)

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