This remedy is pronounced nat murr, its full name is Natrum mur and the source is common salt, also called sodium chloride.
For information the 6c potency is for most common or long standing ailments whereas the 30c potency is used for emergencies and acute symptoms.
- Nelsons Nat mur is a homeopathic medicine available in 6c and 30c potency.
- Portable, convenient and easy to use homeopathic medicines should be taken regularly to be most effective. The new clikpak is therefore much better suited to a busy lifestyle.
- Pillule format - same Nelsons quality. The pillules are smaller and easier to take than tablets. They can even be dissolved in warm water if preferred. Their sucrose coating and small lactose core means they taste better.
Sucrose coating/Lactose core.
Homeopathic remedies are extremely delicate and should be protected from environmental influences such as chemicals and light. They are best stored in their original containers in a dry cupboard, away from direct sunlight and out of reach of children.
Pillules to be sucked or chewed and to be taken between meals. Adults and children: 2 pillules every two hours for the first 6 doses, then 4 times daily for up to 5 days or until symptoms improve, or as directed by your doctor or homeopath. If symptoms worsen or persist consult a doctor.
Keep all medicines out of reach of children. If seal is broken do not use. Store below 25C. Minimum 84 sucrose/lactose pillules in a glass vial. A homeopathic medicinal product without approved therapeutic indications. HR1175/0080. Pregnant women should consult a doctor or practitioner before using homeopathic remedies.
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