Tissue Salts Nat Mur
Schuessler Nat Mur Tissue Salt (Fluid Balance). Nat Mur (Sodium Chloride) is the water-distributing tissue salt. It enters into the compositition of every fluid and solid of the body. Because of its powerful affinity for water, it controls the ebb and flow of the bodily fluids - its prime function being to maintain a proper degree of moisture throughout the system. Without this tissue salt, cell division and normal growth could not proceed. It is closely associated with nutrition and with glandular activity. Excessive moisture or excessive dryness in any part of the system is a clear indication of a Nat Mur deficiency. The resulting symptoms are many and varied but always, underlying them, will be found this predominant condition of too much or too little water. Here are some typical symptoms: Low spirits, with a feeling of hopelessness headache with constipation difficult stools, with rawness and soreness of the anus colds with discharge of watery mucus and sneezing dry fermentation with slow digestion, the food remains too long in the stomach great thirst toothache and facial neuralgia with flow of tears and saliva eyes weak and wind causes them to water hayfever, drowsiness with muscular weakness chafing of the skin unrefreshing sleep, tired in the morning loss of taste and smell craving for salt and salty foods stings and bites of insects - apply locally as soon as possible (see directions - external application). An important function of Nat Mur is the production of hydrochloric acid. Too little acid means slow digestion, especially of calcium rich foods. Approximately two thirds of the body is composed of water, hence the vital role played by Nat Mur, the water distributor, in all the life processes. 125 tablets.
The Twelve Tissue Salts. Copied from the book The Biochemic Handbook. New Era Laboratories Ltd.
The twelve remedies of Schuessler, also called biochemic remedies or tissue-salts, are absolutely harmless (they do contain lactose though, for those who cannot tolerate this) They are not drugs in any sense of the word.
They simply provide to the system the deficient inorganic elements prepared scientifically, in an extremely finely subdivided form - a form which ensures their ready assimilation and a speedy restoration of that balance and harmony in the system which spell health and happiness.
There is nothing miraculous in the action of these remedies their virtues are derived from the application of principles based on the laws of natures.
They are to the ailing what food is to the starving man.
They bring ease by the logical process of removing the cause of disease. The biochemic system of medicine rests upon a firm foundation it has stood the test of searching investigation. the more resent discoveries in the field of biological research and the findings of present-day biochemists, confirm its teachings.
In fact, later discoveries, made after his death, serve to pay handsome tribute to the wonderful insight and true medical genius of Dr. W. H. Schuessler, the founder of Biochemistry.
for the temporary relief of excessive moisture or dryness, runny nose, loss of smell or taste. Nat Mur can be used as a fluid distibutor.
Each tablet contains 0.5mcg of the Mineral Tissue Salt Sodium Choride in a lactose base. (Lactose-free spray also available, please contact us for further information)
Adults: 1 Tablet. Children: 1/2 Tablet. Infants: 1/4 Tablet
For acute conditions, every half an hour (up to 6 doses per day) until symptoms subside.
For chronic or maintenance dose, take 4 times daily. Take half an hour before meals, last dose at bedtime, or as professionally prescribed. Chew the tablets OR crush and dissolve in a little warm water.
Note: A point worth bearing in mind is that salt may be used freely in the diet yet the affected tissue cells can sugger from a molecular deficiency leading to watery exudation or excessive dryness. The cells cannot take up the particles of the salt unless offered in an attenuated form. Furthermore, the tissue salt Nat Mur can be used with advatntage in cases when a salt free diet is recommended.
Definitions: "Acute" means of sudden onset with more or less severity of symptoms. "Chronic" means of long continuance, lingering. A "chronic" ailment may have "acute" phases and for such phases the directions for acute conditions will apply.
Keep out of reach of Children. If symptoms persist, contact your health care professional.