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Key Uses:Children who are prone to digestive problems and whose parents regularly argueChronic fatigue syndromeDigestive complaints, such as nausea, indigestion, and constipationRestlessness in bedSwollen glands
Origin : Chemically prepared.
Background : The bitter taste of this compound can be detected in many mineral waters and in sea water. It is used in wall plaster and as a fire- proofing agent for wood.
Preparation : Magnesium chloride is triturated with lactose sugar.
Remedy Profile : Mag. mur. is most suitable for people who feel deep distress on witnessing arguments and crave peace and harmony. Reserved, sad, and self pitying, they often show a long-suffering face to the world. Nervous oversensitivity is typical, with restlessness in bed: they find it hard to sleep well, waking unrefreshed and needing a long time to recover each morning. The liver, nerves, uterus, and rectum are often greatly affected. Conditions treated are usually chronic, involving great weakness, swollen glands, and a susceptibility to colds. Chronic fatigue syndrome, for example, may be helped by the remedy. Digestive complaints such nausea, indigestion, and constipation are all strongly associated with the remedy if they are accompanied by the characteristic nervous state of mind. Children who are prone to digestive problems and whose parents regularly argue, for instance, may benefit from Mag. mur.
Symptoms Better : For cool, open air; for firm pressure on the affected area; for gentle movement.
Symptoms Worse : At night; for noise; for touch; for lying on the right side of the body; for swimming in the sea; for eating, especially salt; for milk.
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