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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nat Mur in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Drawing, tension, pressure, pinching, and shootings in hepatic region (chronic inflammation of liver).
Pain, shootings, and pressure in splenic region.
(Reduces size of enlarged spleen.).
Cramp in diaphragm on stooping.
Inflammation of abdomen.
Swelling of abdomen.
Tensive, pressive, and hypochondriacal uneasiness in abdomen.
Pressive pain in abdomen.
Drawing and contractive pains in abdomen, like labour pains.
Daily cuttings and pinchings in abdomen, sometimes in morning, and at night.
Rigidity in l. side of abdomen.
Loud grumbling and borborygmi in abdomen.
Burning in intestines.
Pain in ring when coughing, extending into testicles, as if spermatic cords would be torn to pieces.
Protrusion of hernia.
Loss of taste (and smell).
Bitter taste in mouth.
Putrid or acid taste, as when fasting.
Putrid taste of water.
Loss of appetite, esp. for bread, and repugnance to tobacco smoke.
Immoderate appetite in afternoon and evening.
Bulimy, without appetite, with fulness and satiety, however little may have been eaten.
Desire for acids.
Risings, with taste of food.
Acid and acrid risings, sometimes with taste of food.
Waterbrash, with revolving sensation in stomach, sometimes followed by a sour vomiting of food.
Vomiting of food and bile.
After-taste of food, esp. of acids.
Dislike to food, esp. when fat.
Sufferings from acid food, from bread, fat, and wine.
Longing for bitter food and drink.
Sweat on face during a meal.
After a meal, empty risings, nausea, fulness and inflation of the abdomen and stomach, somnolence, head confused, acidity in the mouth, and pyrosis, palpitation, and intermittent or accelerated pulse.
Disagreeable risings after fat food or milk.
Incarceration of flatus, sometimes at night.
Colic with nausea amel. by discharge of flatulence.
Nausea, esp. in morning.
Aching of stomach in morning, or during the day, with nausea, and sudden sinking.
Contractive cramps in stomach, sometimes with nausea.
Continual thirst, often with nausea, distension of abdomen, and other unpleasant symptoms after drinking.
(Vomiting of pregnancy with aversion to bread.).
Sensation as if a foreign body were sticking in the cardiac orifice and behind sternum.
Pyrosis, which ascends from stomach.
Pressure at epigastrium, as if there were a hard body in stomach.
Epigastrium swollen and painful, when touched and pressed, as if it were ulcerated.
Shocks and clawing in pit of stomach.
Pulsation in epigastrium.
Red spots on pit of stomach.≡ more ...