Latin Name: Natrum Muriaticum
Common Name: sodium chloride, rock salt
Description: Used for acute emotional problems and grief. Dry mucous membranes, water retention, weakness, watery discharges, eye strain, menstrual headaches, cold sores, gingivitis, bad breath, anemia, constipation, backache, and indigestion. In women, this remedy is used for absent menstruation as a result of shock or grief, irregular menstruation, vaginal discharges, and vaginismus. Symptoms are better from sweating, fresh air, and fasting. People who require this remedy may be depressed or irritable (Lockie 64, Jonas 261).
Latin Name: Natrum Phosphoricum
Common Name: Sodium Phosphate
Description: A homeopathic ingredient that favorably influences acid neutralization, acidity and stomach distress.
Latin Name: Natrum Sulphuricum
Common Name: sodium sulfate, sal mirabile, Glauber's salt
Description: Used for liver ailments, ailments in chest such as asthma or bronchitis, head injuries in which a person has emotional changes. Symptoms are better with fresh and dry air, and worse in the morning and late evening (Lockie 137).
Latin Name: Nux Vomica
Common Name: poison nut, Quaker buttons
Description: Used for common cold, constipation, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramps, hemorrhoids, hangovers, gastroenteritis, headaches, menstrual cramps, larynx pain, runny nose, migraines, morning sickness, and labor pain. People who require this remedy may be sullen or irritable. Symptoms are often better with warmth, sleep, and in the evening, and worse in cold weather and from eating spicy foods (Jonas 262, Lockie 74).