Nat Mur


(natrum mur)

What is Nat Mur?

This homeopathic remedy is usually obtained from rock salt (deposits of salt formed due to natural evaporation around the shallow edges of salt lakes).

Salt is essential to the body, especially for the proper functioning of the nervous system. However, care must be taken not to overdose on this substance - too much salt upsets the body's water metabolism, leading to conditions such as dry skin and lips, dehydration and even death.

Other names : common salt, sodium chloride.

Homeopaths may prescribe this remedy for :

  • Emotional disturbances such as sensitivity, irritability, depression and repressed sadness.

  • Colds. Displaying the following symptoms : A runny nose, catarrh.

  • Menstrual problems.

  • Headaches/migraines.

  • Cold sores.

  • Candidiasis (fungal infection) of the mouth.

  • Mouth ulcers.

  • Gum infections.

  • Bad breath.

  • Skin problems including verrucas, warts, spots and boils.

  • Fluid retention. Displaying the following symptoms : Puffiness of the face, eyelids, ankles, etc.
People requiring this remedy will feel worse :

When exposed to heat, sea breezes or cold, thundery weather, between 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. in the morning, excessive physical activity.

People requiring this remedy will feel better :

In the fresh air, after a cold bath or swim, when sweating or fasting, sleeping on a hard bed.

People suitable for this remedy :

Commonly very sensitive, trustworthy, intelligent and earnest women with

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