Murex in homeopathy: properties, benefits and uses (all you need to know)

What is Murex?

Purple snails are mainly native to the Mediterranean Sea. They contain the dye dibromoindigo, known as the purple dye and used for dyeing. The homeopathic remedy is made from the dried secretion of purple snails.

Murex is closely related to the female genital organs.

Leading symptoms

  • Bearing-down sensation in pelvis
  • uterine prolapse
  • pain in the uterus
  • Exceedingly great sensitivity of the genitals
  • Pain in the genitals or bladder pulls up

Information about the agent

How do you recognize patients who need Murex?

Murex appears dejected and anxious about health. Patients have memory problems and cannot find the right words to express themselves.

Murex adults are weak and exhausted. The remedy is particularly good for lively and nervous women who care lovingly for others.

Murex children are warm and affectionate in dealing with each other. They like to be in the family, they reject other company.


Murex is indicated for all typical symptoms that are ameliorated or worsened by the following modalities:


  • Before menstruation
  • Print
  • meal


  • contact
  • To sit
  • Lie
  • After sleeping
  • Sun

What are typical areas of application for Murex?

  • uterine problems
  • hives

Areas of application in detail

Uterine prolapse

Enlarged uterus with abdominal cramps. The pain extends from the lower abdomen up to the breasts. Sitting and lying down aggravated.

Dosage: 3 times a day 3 globules in the potency D6


Dry skin with blisters. Aggravated by touch and in the sun.

Dosage: 3 times a day 3 globules in the potency D6

Application information

Dosage forms of Murex

In homeopathy, Murex is mainly prescribed as globules.

Dosage of Murex

Murex is taken in the potency D6 one to three times a day as required. In the potency D12, Murex is taken once or twice a day. After each improvement in the symptoms, you wait and only take the remedy again if it worsens again.

Effect of Murex

Murex acts on the female genital organs and skin.

Murex in pregnancy

Murex is given during pregnancy to women suffering from weak joints. This manifests itself in the form of an unsteady gait.

Murex for the baby

Murex is used in children if they have measles or lose urine when they cough.

Murex for dogs, horses and cats

Murex is prescribed in animals mainly for excessive sex drive, with murex being indicated in females.

Side Effects of Murex

So far there is no evidence of side effects when taking Murex. Only at the beginning of the treatment can there be a short-term and temporary deterioration. The drug should then be paused and then continued to be taken with an adjusted dosage. If the drug is taken too frequently, it can lead to a drug proving with aggravation of the symptoms.

Similar means to Murex


Murex and Sepia show similarities in terms of uterine prolapse. Sepia is irritable and indifferent to work or family, while Murex is affectionate and affectionate.

Typical potencies: Murex is mainly used in the potencies 6X and 12X.

fabric type: animal


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