Natrum Sulphuricum

Detail description of the tissue salt Natrum Sulphuricum biochemic remedy by E.P. Anshutz in his book A Guide to Twelve Tissue Remedies of Biochemistry, published in 1909….

Sodium Sulphate. Sulphate of Soda. Glauber Salts. The action of this salt is the reverse of that of Natrum mur., whose action is to attract the needed water to the cells; Natrum sulph., on the contrary, eliminates waste matter and water. When there is a disturbance in its action, it is shown by a tongue of yellowish green or a dirty brown; discharges the same general color; biliousness; bitter taste; vomiting, of bitter water or bile; bilious diarrhoea; bilious fever; “yellow fever;” soreness in the region of the liver; jaundice. Worse from wet weather, dampness, moisture, etc. Better in dry and warm surroundings.

This remedy has proved curative in biliousness, bilious colic, jaundice, liver disorder, bilious headache, sick headache, vomiting bile, eructations bitter, diabetes, diarrhoea, dropsy, intermittent fever, yellow fever, dengue, swamp fever, coast fever, vertigo, etc., when the above-mentioned general conditions are shown.

E.P. Anshutz
Edward Pollock Anshutz – 1846-1918. Editor - Homeopathic Recorder and author of New Old and Forgotten Remedies. Held an Hon. Doctor of Medicine from Hering Medical College.