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					                    (Personality Traits)




Presented By:   Dr. Banaras Khan Awan
Complied By:    Dr. Zubi Khalid
From my experience as a
homeopath, I would
estimate that about two
thirds of all the people in
civilized countries are
Natrums.
The emotional pain
that is at the
centre of Natrum's
pathology
originates early in
childhood,
Natrum Mur is
an extremely
intense
personality with
a very strong
will &
commitments
Natrums tend to
stage-manage
their lives. They
like to leave
nothing to chance,
Society
produces
Natrum
characteristics,
and Natrum
people run
society
Natrum is a
constitution
that is a
direct result
of civilization.
Oppression produces
Natrum people, and
Natrums, unlike
Aurum, will not give
up hope.
The house of a highly
controlled Natrum is so clean
that there is often a clinical
feel to it.
Keep aloof
with
a determined
avoidance of
eye contact
They have strong,

intense and deep

emotions and are

usually guided by

them
When sad or hurt,
they do not want
consolation or pity

          Sepia, Silecia
A Nat mur Child
will be reserved
       and silent
 And they get sick
 from such imagined offences
Ailments from: Insults,
offences, from
Ailments from: Scorn,
being scorned
The response of a depressed
Natrum to the remedy in high
potency is one of the most
dramatic and satisfying responses
 Nat mur cannot
          discard
     memories of
their grievances,
       right from
        childhood
Nat. mur have many such imagined
and exaggerated grievances
Awkward, hasty,
drops things
from nervous
weakness
(Apis, Bov.).
Great
emaciation;
losing flesh
while living
well
(Abrot., Iod.);
The hair falls out
when touched, in
nursing women
(Sep.)
Headache: anemic,
of school girls
(Cal. p.)
Headaches
affected by
the cycle of
the sun
Headache during
catamenia, Kali sulph.
when metrorrhagic
symptoms
preponderate.
Nat.mur is very
profoundly affected by
breaking up of
relationship

 Such as a love affair
They develop strong
bond of faith &
would go out of the
way to help people
whom they love
Unable to control their
affections
Often fall in love with a wrong
person
They live
life
tastefully
Natrum characteristics


Sad and enjoys the
sadness.
•Fear of expressing emotion,
     of losing loved ones, of
                    rejection
Fear of losing
control, of spiders
and/or snakes
         •Aversion to
affection, sympathy,
        •Tendency to

Depression    And      grief
•Controlled speech and actions
 Need
    to
please
people
•Longing for salt,
salt-fish,

     bitter things.
Child is slow in learning to
                        talk
face oily,
shiny, as
if greased
(Plb.,
Thuja)
•Neck is
     very
 thin and
shrunken
Hangnails are prevalent
Lips and corners of the mouth
are dry and cracked
A crack in the middle of the
lower lip
Tongue mapped.




(Ars.; Rhus.; Tarax).
Aversion to bread, fats, or
                rich foods
Thirsty for cold
drinks even
though constantly
chilly and
suffering from a
lack of vital heat
BETTER
  Open air
  Cold bathing
  Fasting
  Lying on right side
  Pressure against back
  Tight clothing
Worse from warmth or heat
A guiding
symptom of
Nat- mur is -
commencement
of
menstruation
only
in the late
teens
A Nat mur is greatly affected
by her menstrual cycle
Extremely irritable before menses
      (Sepia and Lachesis)
 Menses, mental symptoms
 agg: Agg: Before:

Sadness, despondency, depression,
melancholy: Menses: Before:

Anxiety: Trifles, about:
Menses, before
Her cycle is either early or late

Even after the menstrual flow
stops,
depression, headache,
cramps may persist
Anxiety:
Menses: During: Agg:
Dysmenorrhea:
Avoidance
of feelings
by:
Smiling

and        keeping busy


laughing
Retreating into the intellect
being a perfectionist
looking after other people
Claustrophobia

                 Appearances
                 very important
In gastric and intestinal
conditions compare Natr.
Sulph.
Natr. mur. has as a close
analogue Lycopodium.,
which will often be needed
to supplement its action.
Natr. mur. regulates
moisture seceretion from the
circulation, especially when
from the arterial system,
While Nat. sulph.
is more indicated
when from the
venous system.
Complementary drugs :


         Apis and Arg. nit.
Natr. mur. often
precedes Sepia and
Sulph. in chronic
diseases.
For the excessive use of salt
     in food give Phosph. also
Natrum mur. 30 which seems
   to give to the system the
    power of disposing of the
 excess even without altering
            the habit greatly.

				
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