Remedy Profile

People for whom Nat. carb. is most suited are very sensitive. They usually have an inability to assimilate things on both an emotional and a physical level. For example, there may be an emotional inability to tolerate noise, music, thunderstorms, hot weather, and even other people. Physically, this inability to assimilate things might, for example, manifest as digestive problems. These people tend to devote their lives to one person, sacrificing everything to this relationship. Prone to suppressing emotions, they tend to act cheerful even when sad, which compounds the mental strain, fatigue, and irritability they often feel.

People who respond to Nat. carb. may find that mental stress or physical exercise when tired aggravates their symptoms.

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