Natrium Muriaticum

Alternative Names:Natrum Chloratum
Common Names:common salt, sodium chloride
Category:Chemical, compounds
Complementary: to, Apis, acts well before and after it.
Relative:Natrum mur. is the chronic of Ignatia, which is its vegetable analogue.
Follows well:by Sepia and Thuja.
Aggravation:At 10 or 11 a. m.; at the seashore or form sea air; heat of sun or stove; mental exertion, taling, writing, reading; lying down.
Amelioration:In the open air (Apis, Puls.); cold bathing; going without regular meals; lying on right side (on painful side, Bry., Ign., Puls.).

[A remedy used in homeopathic medicine. Homeopathy, developed by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann in 1796. ]

Dr J T Kent Natrium Muriaticum in Kent's MM

 Natrium Muriaticum in Allen's Keynotes

 Natrium Muriaticum in Boericke's Materia Medica

 Natrium Muriaticum in Nash's Leaders

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