|Standard name||Natrium muriaticum|
|Other names||Natrum muriaticum|
|Scientific name||Sodium chloride|
|Other scientific names|
|Common names||common salt; table salt|
|Substance description||Pure table salt is triturated for use.Allen, T.F. Hahnemann's CD: “Half an ounce of ordinary kitchen salt is dissolved in an ounce and a half of boiling, distilled water, in order to free it from its associated salts, it is filtered through printing paper, and left to crystallize by evaporation at a temperature of 122 Fahrenheit. The crystals, which are allowed to dry off on blotting paper, are of cubical shape with pyramidal indentation on every side. One grain of these crystals is triturated to the one millionth attenuation, and then brought to the decillionth attenuation, as indicated in the first part of this work.”|
|Classification||Chemical substance – Compound – Inorganic|
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