Natrum SulphuratumNatrum Sulfuratum, Sulphide of Sodium Natr.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Natrum Sulphuratum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Sodium sulphide, Na2S.
Preparation, Triturations, or solution in distilled water.
Authority. Chantourelle, Acad. Royal. de Méd., 1825 (Orfila's Toxicologie), effects of 45 grammes, given by mistake for Natrum Sulphuricum Natrum sulfuricum, to a girl of twenty-five.
Great heat of the mouth, fauces, oesophagus, and stomach.
Sensation of constriction in the throat.
Great efforts to vomit (immediately).
Constant ineffectual efforts to vomit; she vomited some whitish liquid, with streaks and clots of blood, and a thin semitransparent piece of membrane, which seemed to come from the lining of the stomach.
Burning pains in the epigastrium.
Frequent colic pains.
Sensation as though she would suffocate.
Pulse strong and rapid (after some hours).
Pulse irregular, small, and slow.
Patient very weak and pale.
Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Natrum Sulphuratum
Cic > general
Convulsions generally take the place of the ecstatic or cataleptic condition. Natr. m. is somewhat similar to the mental condition of this remedy, as the Natr. m patient goes about doing all her household work and other functions and next day knows nothing about it. Nux mos is another remedy that has such a complete blank when going about doing things, a complete abstraction of mind.
Nux-v > general
wants to force things his own way. Driven by impulses to commit acts that verge upon insanity - the destruction of others. Natr. sul. has a strong impulse to destroy himself. Arg. nitr., also, particularly by jumping from a height, but he avoids placing himself in such a position.
Apis > relationships
Concordances Acet. ac. (dropsy); Acon., Anac. (urticaria); Apocyn. cannab. (dropsy); Arnic. (bruised sore); Arsen. (typhoid forms; gangrene; dropsies scarlatina; urticaria; chills); Bellad. (meningitis, especially of cerebral meninges; faucitis; erysipelas; scarlatina; glandular organs, etc.); Bromin. (swelling of ovary during menses); Bryon., Cantharides (erysipelas, urinary symptoms); Cinchon., Colchic. (rheumatism, etc.); Crot. tig. (urticaria); Euphr. (conjunctiva); Ferrum; Graphit., Hepar; Iodium (swollen knee); Laches. typhoid states; gangrene); Lycop. Mercur.; Natr. ars.; Natr. mur. (chills; urticaria; tension in ovarian region, etc.); Pulsat.; Rhus tox. (eyes, but Apis has less suppuration; vesicular erysipelas, but darker than in Apis, and spreading left to right; typhoid states; restlessness, but, in Apis more fidgetiness, etc.); Rumex crisp. (painless, greenish-yellow diarrhoea); Sabin. (ovarian and uterine symptoms); Sepia; Silic. (ovary and inverted nipple); Sulphur (tubercular meningitis; cheeked eruption, especially urticaria; asthma; hydrothorax); Tereb. (urinary symptoms); Therid. (vertigo); Thuja (sycosis, evils of vaccination); Urt. ur.; Zincum; Calc. iod. (which has relieved conical cornea and staphyloma); Guarea (has cured conjunctivitis with marked chemosis).
Ust > relationships
Compare Mel., Med., Mez., Psor., Vinc. m., in crusta lactea and other scalp affections of childhood; Bry., Ham., Mill., Phos., in vicarious menstruation; Agar., Mur., Sep., in bearing down and uterine collapse; Helon., Lys., Natr. h., Sec., delayed subinvolution; Malan.., Sec., affections of the hair and nails; Act., Caul., Thuj., Sul., Vib. o., in left ovarian pain; Bov., Elaps., Graph., Ham., in intermittent flow; Sang., Urt. ur., pain and rheumatic affections of right shoulder; Sang., left inframammary pain extending to scapula; Lac c., Kali bi., Puls., erratic rheumatic pains; Sul., faint all-gone sensation at 11 A. M.; Cob., backache and seminal emissions; Bov., flow midway between the periods; Canth., Pyr., Sec., in expelling foreign bodies from the uterusp