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Natrum Muriaticum - Fever And Chill symptoms - T.F. Allen

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.




Skin generally cold,

Chilliness (after 2d trit.),

Chilliness during the day (after 2d trit.),

Chilliness all day, ; (after 2d trit.),

Chilliness in the morning, in sleep, followed by perspiration shortly before waking,

Chilliness all the forenoon (fifth day),

Chilliness in the afternoon, without thirst (ninth day),

Chilliness over whole body, on going out in afternoon (but not cold to touch), lasting an hour; during chill, pulse more rapid than usual, with ill-humor and disinclination to talk, even with friends (sixteenth day),

Chilliness in the afternoon, while sitting, disappearing on going out, at 5 P.M., recurring, though in a less degree, in the evening, while sitting,

Chilliness in the evening (after 2d trit.),

Chilliness in the evening, immediately after a dose, lasting till falling asleep (fourteenth day),

Chilliness after lying down, in the evening (fifteenth day),

Chilliness, even in bed, and on rising (after 2d trit.),

Chilliness over the whole body, as from taking cold, in the evening (first day),

Chilliness in the evening, immediately after taking a drink (twelfth day),

Chilliness in the evening, near a warm stove, though with accelerated pulse (100 to the minute), (after 30th dil.),

Chilliness, with thirst, two evenings in succession (fourteenth day),

Chilliness in the skin, in the evening in bed,

Chilliness over the whole body, between 6 and 7 P.M.; during the chill, sleepiness; was obliged to make a great effort to keep awake; sleepiness disappeared on rising and walking about (fourteenth day),

Chilliness in a warm room (after half an hour),

Chilliness over the whole body, in a warm room, between 4 and 7 P.M.; she was, however, warm to touch, except in the face (twenty-third day),

Chilliness over the whole body, only in a warm room, with frequent yawning; on going into the open air she was not chilly, at 5 P.M. (twentieth day),

Chilliness, with roaring in the head, in bed, and great weakness, after being much heated,

Chilliness and weakness; she kept about with difficulty (after 5 grains of the crude),

Chilliness, with frequent yawning (fifth day),

Chilliness and cold hands (immediately),

Chilliness, with very cold hands, even in the forenoon; whereupon so chilly in a warm room that he was obliged to wear gloves,

Sensation of chilliness over the whole body, with frequent shivering, constant nausea, and yawning (fourth day),

Chilliness over the whole body, with heat in the forehead, pressure in the region of the root of the nose, and violent thirst (fourth day),

Chilliness at one time, at another heat or perspiration (after 21st dil.),

Frequent chilliness in various parts of the body, through the day (twenty-sixth day),

Constant chilliness for several days (after 2d trit.),

Slight chilliness in the afternoon, with burning hot hands in the evening (ninth day),

Great chilliness, accompanied by languor, headache, and great dyspnoea, every morning, about 3 o'clock, followed by great heat and thirst, and terminated by profuse perspiration,

Frequent creeping chilliness, about 5.30 P.M., followed by heat and perspiration that lasted till 7.30 (twenty-seventh day),

The chilly sensation gradually spread over the whole body, and was followed by heat, with sticking in the whole skin; the heat lasted an hour; during this he was frequently obliged to sneeze, followed by perspiration of a sour odor, lasting till 2 A.M., when the paroxysm ended, as if cut off short, after 7 P.M. (after 21st dil.),

Slight chill, between 4 and 6 P.M. (seventeenth day),

Violent chill, in the evening, followed, during the night, by profuse perspiration all over, which was associated with violent itching,

Violent chill over the whole body, on rising from bed in the evening (seventeenth day),

Violent chill, especially in a warm room, from 4.30 to 7 P.M.; not chilly on going into the open air (eighteenth day),

Violent chill, with short, sharp pain in the lower incisors (second day),

Shivering chill, in the evening in bed, so that the hands and feet trembled, and the teeth chattered, without thirst, and without subsequent heat or sweat (sixth day),

Shivering chill, in the evening in bed, so that he shook, but less than on the preceding day (seventh day),

Shaking chill (after half an hour, fifth day),

Shaking chill, in the evening, with aggravation of the pains, followed by heat, especially in the head, and redness of the face,

Shaking chill, with great inclination to sleep, even during the day; he slept much, and became warm, even while sitting, and perspired somewhat,

General coldness (soon), (third day),

Shivering, without chilliness, while sitting,

Shivering, and a sensation as of gooseflesh,

Shivering, with nausea and qualmishness, even on thinking of the solution of salt (after 1 1/2 drachm),

Shivering and shuddering nausea and burning in the stomach, with increased accumulation of saliva (after half an hour, sixth day),

Repeated shivering (sixth day),

Frequent shivering over the body,

Slight internal shivering, from 4 to 7 P.M. (fourteenth day),

She is generally chilly; but each night she suffers excessively from rigors, followed by heat and profuse perspiration; as the rigors come one, and during their continuance, her languor is excessive, and the headache and dyspnoea "almost indescribable,"

Chilliness in the back (twenty-second day),

Chilliness over the back, towards evening; afterwards much thirst (third day),

Chilliness and cutting pain through the back, in the evening, without thirst (fourth day),

Feeling of chilliness in the arms (after 27th dil.),

Creeping chills over the small of the back, at night,

Coldness in the back, with restlessness, at night,

Hands and feet cold; could not be warmed (after six hours),

Coldness in the joints; a feeling as if water were trickling over the joints, in the open air,

Coldness of the feet (a few days after the proving),

Very cold feet (after one hour),

Creeping coldness over the back (after ten days),

At times, cold creepings over the back, with cold perspiration of the forehead, anxiety, and shuddering,

A kind of burning coldness on the right patella (twenty-first day),

Shivering in the back, especially while sitting (first day),

Suddenly extremely violent shuddering through the whole left side of the body (after five hours),


Heat over the whole body, trembling, and thirst, immediately after drinking warm milk, in the morning,

Heat, with anxiety, at night; she was obliged to uncover herself and lie naked, wherewith the menses flowed profusely, and she had vivid dreams (tenth day),

Flushes of heat, and easy perspiration,

Momentary flushes of heat,

Hot twitches (jerking?), over the whole body, at 5 P.M., alternating with chills; the whole body seemed hot, yet she was chilly; during the chill, yawning; after 7 P.M. she became better (fifteenth day),

Great uneasiness at night, much heat and much drinking (after eighteen days),

Much heat at night, so that she could not sleep, without thirst; with labor-like pains in the lower abdomen (seventh night),

Violent heat of the body, at night, followed by perspiration, especially on the head (after 15th dil.),

Violent, long-continued heat of the blood, after drinking a little wine,

Hot and cold creepings over the whole body (thirty-first day),

Sensation over the whole body, as though it were dashed, with hot water, lasting ten minutes, in the afternoon, after drinking coffee, followed by burning heat in the right ear; the whole outer ear became scarlet red for a quarter of an hour (twentieth day),

Heat after the midday nap, and afterwards again shivering till evening,

Heat of the body, alternating with creeping coldness and shivering over the back, without thirst (second day),

Fever, at 8 A.M.; at first, violent chill till noon, then heat till evening, without perspiration or thirst during the chill or heat; she lay without consciousness; with violent headache (after ten days),

Fever, shortly before dinner, at first excessive weakness, so that he could not keep upon his feet, and was obliged to lie down, followed by violent chill, in bed, then moderate heat, then perspiration, for several hours,

Fever in the afternoon, chill and coldness, with much thirst, without subsequent heat (after six hours),

Fever, with headache, on waking from a short nap, in the evening; first chilliness and then heat, in several paroxysms, but heat predominated,

After the appearance of the menses, violent fever, at night, with great thirst and complete loss of sleep,

He woke with orgasm of blood, at night,

A peculiar sensation of warmth, extending from the stomach over the chest, and afterwards towards the abdomen, and especially becoming seated in the umbilical region (second day),

Heat in the head (1st trit.),

Heat of the head, with redness of the face and rush of blood to the head, on entering the house, in the afternoon (twenty-third day),

Heat of the head in the evening, followed by sweat (twelfth day),

During the menses, heat in the face, in the evening,

Heat in the head, at night in bed,

Heat of the head, with inclination to cool it with cold water,

Heat of the head, with roaring in the ears (twenty-seventh day),

Heat of the forehead, with pressive headache,

Heat of face and chin, with redness, both in patches, worse on the left side, not in the afternoon (fourth day),

Heat of the head, with anxiety, at 6 P.M., followed by profuse perspiration; the perspiration reappeared at the same hour the next evening (after nineteen days),

In part heat, in part coldness, in the pit of the stomach,

Heat, with perspiration under the arms and in the soles of the feet,

Heat and uneasiness in the feet, so that he could scarcely remain in the carriage, at 11 P.M.,

Hot flushes to the head, with anxiety and nausea, amounting even to vanishing of the senses; objects seemed entirely changed to her, in the evening (ninth day),

Much heat of the head and face, in the afternoon,

Much heat in the face,

Rush of blood upward to the stomach, chest, and head, with coldness of the lower extremities,

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