Author: Jan Scholten
Muriatic acid has long been known as a useful remedy, but the mental picture had not been deeply explored until recently. Using the themes of the Acidums and the Muriaticums it has now been possible to build up quite a good picture. I did not mention this remedy in my previous book because I hadn’t seen a Muriatic acid case yet. Now I have and it is good to see this picture confirmed by Kees Dam and Yvonne Lassauw (Links 1994) and Corry Hiwat.
Muriatic acid is an other word for hydrochloric acid, an extremely strong acid. It is produced in the stomach to help break down proteins.