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Natrum Muriaticum - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - Hahnemann

Chloride Of Sodium, Nat. Mur, Nat-mur, Nat. M, Nat Mur, Natrium Muriatica, Natrum mur, Schuessler Tissue Salt, Cell Salts, Tissue Salts, Biochemic Tissue / Cell Salt Number # 9 / Nine, Natrium muriaticum, Nut mur, Not mur, Nat-m.

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HPUS indication of Natrum Muriaticum: Sneezing
Natrum Muriaticum
Common symptoms: Sneezing, Colds, Exhaustion, Hay fever, Hives.

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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.


Extremities, limbs

Drawing pain in the left arm, so that she has to stretch it constantly.

Dying off (going to sleep), insensibility and formication in the left arm, with tingling in the finger-tips (aft. 8 h.).

Weariness, heaviness and sinking down of the arms.

Pain, as from fracture, in the bones of the arm.

Small, red, itching vesicles on the arms, here and there.

Itching, whitish wheals on the arms and hands, becoming red after rubbing, with more intense itching.

Many round, itching tettery spots on the arms.

The upper arms pain at night, when lying on them.

Pain in the deltoid muscle of the upper arm, when she raises anything.

Bruised pain in the upper arm, most sensible in the shoulder-joint, when lifting something and moving it forward and backward; but not when at rest.

Burning in the right upper arm; the heat is also perceptible externally.

Great sensitiveness of the upper arm to cold.

The elbow-joint cracks painfully, when moved.

Stitches in the joint of the elbow.

A jerk in the left elbow, so that his hand was paralyzed from pain, this ceased when stretching the arm.

Frequent jerking in the left elbow, so that he would drop almost everything from his hand.

In the bones of the fore-arm, a dull pain, aggravated by letting the hands hang down, diminished by moving the arm (3d d.).

Drawing in the fore-arms, as if in the shaft of the ulna.

Paralytic tearing on the inner side of the fore-arm.

The fore-arm from the hand to the elbow falls asleep, like as if paralytic, the wrist-joint turns, when she wishes to use her hand.

Pain as from fatigue in the fore-arms (2d d.).

Bruised pain in the bones of the left fore-arm, intolerably severe when pressed upon.

Muscular twitching in the fore-arm, perceptible with the finger.

Red elevations as large as lentils, on the inner side of the right fore-arm, with severe itching, for twenty-four hours.

In the hand, cramp, when grasping a cold stone.

Tearing, intense and rapidly coming pain on the outer edge of the left hand, as if in the metacarpal bone of the little finger.

Fine stinging sensation in the hand, as if it went to sleep.

Itching shooting pain on the hand and on the back of the fingers.

Bruised pain in the wrist-joint.

The hand goes to sleep, when he lies on the arm.

Weakness in the hands, especially when clenching them.

Trembling of the hands, when writing (2d d.).

Swelling of the right hand, from the morning till the evening (8th d.).

Itching and smarting in the left palm, he must scratch it for a long time.

Itching burning on the left-hand, as from nettles.

Itching on the inner edge of the wrist-joint, after scratching, there are vesicles.

Itching blisters on the left wrist and on both the hands, as if a tetter was forming.

Many small vesicles upon the hands, which gradually dry up, when the hand peels off.

Brown, painless spots on the dorsum of the hands, as if she had injured those parts (18th d.).

The skin of the hands becomes dry and chapped.

A spot on the hand, which is somewhat excoriated, is inflamed and becomes a purulent vesicle.

Dry, parched skin of the hands, especially about the fingers and the nails.

Sweaty hands, for many days (aft. 8, 10 d.).

The joint of the fingers can only be flexed with difficulty.

Tension in the right index.

Tearing in the extensor-tendon of the right index, extending up the fore-arm.

Severe tearing in the posterior joint of the left thumb, as if it was torn.

Ripping-up pain, back into the thumb and forward in the index, in paroxysms, laming the whole hand.

Shooting in the fingers.

Shooting in the left thumb.

Stitch in the finger-joint of the right index as from a needle or a fiery spark.

Shooting in both the little fingers (8th d.).

Itching, tearing shooting in the middle joint of the index.

Sprained pain in the posterior joints of the thumb (at once).

Sprained pain in the posterior finger-joints, when writing.

Bruised pain in the bones of the anterior phalanges, intolerable when pressing upon them.

Prickling in the fingers, especially in their tips.

Intense itching of the fingers, in the evening, in bed, preventing him from going to sleep.

An itching vesicle on the little finger.

A dark-red mottled spot, by the nail of the left third finger.

Inflammation and pain on the side of the nail of the third and fourth fingers.

Hangnails are frequently found on the finger, no matter how often he cuts the off.

After cutting off the hangnails, the spot becomes red, swollen, and, when pressed upon, it pains as if sore.

In the natis, a drawing pain.

Tearing shooting above the nates, towards the groin and the hips.

In walking, there is excoriation between the nates.

Tensive pain in the hip-joint, which is also painful when touched.

Tension in both the hip-joints, almost as if dislocated, also sensible when sitting.

Painful cramp in the hip.

Rheumatism of the left hip; he could not walk for eight or nine days.

Stitches in the right hip-joint, more when walking, than when sitting.

Pain, as from contusion, on the left hip.

Sprained pain in the left hip.

Pain as from dislocation in the groin on the upper part of the thigh.

Pain as of dislocation in the right hip, soon extending into the sacrum, so that he cannot without pain rise from his seat, nor straighten himself, nor walk; especially aggravated when breathing deeply.

Paralytic pain in the hips.

Unsteadiness in the hips, the thighs totter.

Itching in the interior of the hips.

In the left limb and foot, spasmodic drawing pain.

Drawing pain down the whole of the lower limb.

Restlessness in the lower limbs, late in the evening, as if the joints, e.g., the knees, were bandaged too tightly; he had to stretch them often.

Violent twitches in the lower limb, when awake, and during the noon-siesta.

Heaviness of the legs, even while resting.

Pain in the left lower limb, as if a tendon had been overstrained.

The left lower limb goes to sleep, during the noon-siesta.

Weakness in the right lower limb.

Pain as from paralysis of the lower limbs, in the morning.

Pain as of paralysis, suddenly (after writing) in both the lower limbs; ceasing after brisk walking.

Much itching on the lower limbs.

The thighs are painful and tense when walking.

Drawing pain in the thigh, especially when walking, extending to the knee (6th d.).

Drawing pain in the right thigh, extending to the knee, intermittingly, both when at rest and in motion, even at night (14th d.).

Tearing in the right thigh (after driving in a carriage) (4th d.).

Muscular twitching in the thighs.

Large, itching pimple, with red areola, on the thigh, with sore pain on scratching.

The knees crack, when walking.

Sensation of stiffness, now in the one knee, now in the other, after rising from a seat.

Tension in both houghs, on rising from a seat, and when walking, commencing with the morning and increasing during the day (aft. 3 d.).

Compressive pain, as from great weariness, in the knees and ankles, and then a dull drawing in the whole of the lower limbs.

Drawing pain in the knees, when sitting.

Paralytic drawing in the left knee, in the evening.

Tearing drawing in the houghs, chiefly when walking.

Shooting drawing pain, above and below the knee, when sitting.

Shooting in the left knee.

Sprained pain in the left knee, when walking.

Sprained pain of the knee-joint, when walking.

Fatigue in the knees, as if they would give way (2d d.).

Clucking under the skin of the left knee, as from water.

A red tetter in the hough.

Furuncle on the knee.

Straining sensation in the calves, extending to the knee, only when walking, not when sitting.

Tension of the calves when sitting, as if the muscles were too short.

Spasmodic contractive pain in the calves, when walking.

Cramp of the calves, when turning the foot while sitting.

Cramp-like paralytic drawing in the right leg, which lastly extends into the thighs, with weakness of the limb when standing.

Slight throbbing in the left calf.

Pain as from a blow, on one spot of the tibia, but not when touching it.

Great heaviness of the legs; when going up-stairs, the lower limbs feel bruised.

Tremulous unsteadiness in the calves, when walking and standing, even when sitting.

Miliary eruption on the legs, in single clusters; especially when touched, there is an erosive itching.

Small-sprained miliary eruption on the outer side of the calves, extending over the thighs.

The feet, from the toes to the ankles, are painful, when walking.

Cramp-like pain in the left foot (5th d.).

Cramp-like shooting pain in the left foot, as if from a misstep, when walking and treading on the whole sole of the foot.

Cramp in the sole of the foot, in the evening.

Tearing in the right ankle, increasing from morning till evening, so that he cannot sleep a wink at night for pain; then also pain in the back.

Transient tearing in the left foot.

Fine beating in the whole foot.

Ulcerative pain on the ankle, when treading and touching, extending into the calf; when sitting, there is only tensive pain.

Disagreeable burning of the feet, when walking.

Stinging tingling in the sole of the right foot.

Very cold feet (aft. 1 h.).

Pain as from a strain in the ankle, for several days.

The metatarsal and phalangeal joints suddenly give way.

Paralytic sensation of the ankle, or as if the interior of it had gone go sleep, when sitting and when walking; she could move the foot but little.

The foot is asleep for a long time.

Great heaviness of the feet.

Heaviness of the feet, the second day; the third day, they feel very light.

Increased sweat of the soles of the feet.

It reproduces the foot-sweat, which had been suppressed.

Itching on the dorsum of the foot.

Erosive stinging pain in the toes.

Drawing pain in the big toe.

Itching on the toes.

Redness and coldness of the posterior joint of the big toe, with pain as of a boil, when touching it; there is a tearing and shooting pain in it when standing and walking, not when sitting.

Shooting pains in the corns.

Stitches in the corn, the whole afternoon.

Stitches in the corn, in the morning after awaking.

Stitches in the corns, without external pressure.

Boring pain in the corn.

Itching all over the body (the first three weeks).

Itching on the back and the thighs; he must scratch.

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