Remedy Profile

Nat. mur. is most suitable for sensitive people who are easily wounded by criticism. They keep a tight rein on emotions, but this can lead to moodiness and self-absorption. Despite a desire for company, they feel awkward in social situations and isolate themselves to avoid being hurt, thus seeming self-reliant and stoic. Inhibition and self-awareness may restrict them: for instance, they may be unable to urinate in a public toilet. They are often conscientious, diligent, and loyal in their relationships.

Suppressing strong emotions such as depression, anxiety, or grief is often a cause of illness. These people hate sympathy and fuss. They are prone to colds, crave salt, and feel worse for stuffy heat, sunshine, eating, physical exertion, and sweating. They may be worse by the seaside.

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