Cough with bursting pain in forehead. Natrum mur is an important remedy in those cases which from an impoverished or disorganized condition of the blood, lead to the anaemic or chlorotic state which so frequently predisposes to consumption. It is especially valuable in cases of old, intermittent fever, that has been abused with Quinine. The patient’s assimilation is so impaired that while he eats well, he still emaciates all the time. There may be much thirst, and yet the bowels are constipated, with much rectal trouble, or the opposite; watery mucous discharges take place here as they do in all the mucous membranes. With the COUGH there is generally copious, transparent, watery or albuminous expectoration.
Acute coryza with clear, profuse watery, white discharge, like in hay fever; or chronic catarrh with sore wings and scabs in the nose. Chronic nasal catarrh.