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Natrum Muriaticum

Natrum mur

Known as Natrum mur, is a homeopathic remedy derived from sodium chloride, or common table salt. In homeopathy, substances are potentized through a process of dilution and succession, which means they are repeatedly diluted and shaken to enhance their energetic properties. 
Natrum Muriaticum


Natrum mur


Derived from sodium chloride, or common table salt


Natrum mur is an anti-inflammatory, expectorant, anti-depressive, and an astringent.


Natrum mur offers medical benefits for conditions such as emotional disturbances, headaches, skin issues, and menstrual irregularities.


    Natrum muriaticum addresses emotional disturbances like grief and suppressed emotions. Individuals who may benefit from Natrum mur often exhibit reserved and sensitive traits. It is also used for conditions such as tension-type headaches triggered by emotional stress, skin issues like eczema exacerbated by emotional factors, and menstrual irregularities linked to emotional disturbances. 


    Natrum mur is typically administered in highly diluted forms, often as pellets or liquid drops. The specific potency and dosage depend on the individual's response and the nature of the symptoms. Homeopathic remedies such as Natrum mur are typically taken sublingually, meaning they are placed under the tongue and allowed to dissolve. This allows for direct absorption into the bloodstream.


    Natrum muriaticum was derived from common table salt and introduced by Samuel Hahnemann, the founder of homeopathy, in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Through Hahnemann's results and observations, Natrum muriaticum's characteristics emerged emphasizing its affinity for conditions associated with grief, suppressed emotions, and isolation. These mental and emotional symptoms, such as sadness and a desire for solitude have become key indicators for its use. Today, Natrum muriaticum is continuously prescribed for conditions like emotional disturbances, headaches, and skin issues.

When Natrum Muriaticum Helps With