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Ignatia Amara - Abdomen symptoms - Clarke

St. Ignatius Bean, Ignat, Ignatia, Iamara, Ign.

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HPUS indication of Ignatia Amara: Sadness

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ignatia in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.



Sensation of fulness and inflation of the hypochondria, with difficulty of respiration.

Pain in the l. hypochondrium, agg. by pressure, and by walking.

Shooting sensation of burning and pressure, or swelling and hardness in the region of the spleen.

Expansive pain in the abdomen, as if the intestines were going to burst.

Inflation of the abdomen.

Cutting pains in the umbilical region.

Spasmodic pains, cutting, stinging, like labour pains.

Violent aching in the abdomen.

Rolling sensation around the navel.

Drawing and pinching in the region of the navel.

Sensation of protrusion in the umbilical region.

The pains in the abdomen are agg. after taking coffee, brandy, or things sweetened with sugar.

Shootings and pinchings in the abdomen, esp. in the sides.

Periodical cramp-like pains in the abdomen.

Cramp-like pressure in the inguinal region.

Beating in the abdomen.

Borborygmi in the intestines.

Flatulent colic, esp. at night.

Sensation of weakness and trembling in the abdomen, with sighing respiration.


Want of appetite, and speedy satiety.

Insipid taste, like chalk, in the mouth.

Weakness and difficulty of digestion.

Sour taste in the mouth.

Repugnance to, or strong desire for, acid things.

Dislike to wine and brandy.

Feeling of hunger in the evening, which prevents one going to sleep.

Desire for different things, which are disregarded when obtained.

Milk taken in the morning leaves an after-taste for a long time.


Regurgitation of food, or of bitter serous matter.

Vomiting of food, even at night.

Repugnance to food and drink, esp. to milk, meat, cooked victuals, and tobacco-smoke.

Bitter and putrid taste of food, esp. of beer.

Painful inflation of the abdomen after a meal.

Food has no taste.


The flatulence presses on the bladder.


Nausea, with agitation and anguish.

After smoking, hiccough, nausea, sweat, and colic.


Vomiting of bile and mucus.


Hiccough from smoking.

Hiccough, always after eating or drinking.

Acid risings.

Periodical attacks of cramp in the stomach, which disturb sleep at night, and are agg. by pressure on the part affected.

Dull aching or shootings in the epigastrium.

Coldness, or sensation of burning in the stomach, esp. after taking brandy.

Sensation of emptiness, and of weakness, in the epigastrium.

Sensation of weakness (sinking) in the pit of the stomach.

Heaviness and pressure in the pit of the stomach.

Fulness and swelling in the epigastrium.

Painful sensitiveness of the pit of the stomach to the touch.

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