Natrum muriaticum is the homeopathic remedy commonly known as table salt or sodium chloride.
- Used for a number of health conditions, especially those related to emotional disorders. When sodium chloride completely dissolves in the boiling water, the resultant solution is strained and subsequently evaporated to obtain crystals of the salt. These crystals are diluted in water to the desired potency level or strength to obtain the medication Nat. mur
Natrum muriaticum (Nat. mur.) is a slow acting remedy that responds well to chronic ailments. It is seldom prescribed for acute conditions, and then only when symptoms specific to the remedy are present. This polychrest is a very powerful and deep acting remedy and makes long lasting changes, often continuing to bring about results for several years.
Nat. mur. increases production of red blood cells and albumin, a protein found in animal and vegetable tissues. It does not cure by supplying the amount of salt that the body needs, but acts to alter and restore the tissues of the body so they can assimilate the body’s needs for salt from food. By bringing the body into a state of health, Nat. mur. reduces the patient’s susceptibility to colds, fevers, and other ailments.
- There are no known side effects, although individual aggravations may occur.
- When taking any homeopathic remedy, use of peppermint products, coffee, or alcohol should be avoided. These products may cause the remedy to be ineffective.
sodium chloride, rock salt
Source: Encyclopedia.com, http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2-3435100554.html