Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ignatia in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Spasmodic yawning with pain in the lower jaw, as if dislocated; so that water runs from the eyes.
Sleep very light, hears everything, even distant sounds, during sleep.
Snoring inhalations during sleep.
During sleep of children chewing motion of mouth and startings (flexors); stamping with feet and grinding of the teeth.
Child awakens from sleep with piercing cries and trembles all over.
Dreams of one and the same object, the whole night through.
When falling asleep 34. On awaking in morning 10.
Convulsions during dentition, with frothing at the mouth, kicking with the legs; during the commencement of exanthematic fevers; of children after punishment; after fear or fright, return at same hour daily.
Nausea and vomiting
Hiccough after eating and drinking; from smoking.
Belching, with pressure in the cardia.
Regurgitation of the ingesta.
Gulping up of a bitter fluid.
Nausea without vomiting; empty, retching, better by eating.
Vomit bitter; of food.
Eating and drinking
Drinking coffee 10, 21. When eating 11, 13, 40. After eating10, 36. After eating and drinking 16. Warm drink 27. Hasty liquids 36. Smoking 10, 16.
Oversensitive to pain.
Pressing pains from in to out, as from a hard, pointed body.
Tension in internal parts.
Pain in small circumscribed spots.
Contact, Injuries, etc.
Generally worse from slight touch; better from hard pressure.
Touch 17, 23. Scratching 22, 46.
Trembling of the limbs.
Languor in the limbs.
Spasms of children, preceded by hasty drinking.
Convulsive twitchings, especially after fright or grief.
Chorea after fright with grief, worse after eating; better lying on back.
Children convulsed in sleep after having been punished.
Paralysis after great mental emotion, and night watching in the sick chamber.
Temperature and weather
From getting heated 46. External warmth 40. Draught of air 46. Open air 46. Better in the summer, worse in the winter 33.
Chill, Fever and Sweat.
Chill and chilliness, with increased pains.
Chill, with thirst, better from external warmth.
Chill, frequently of only the posterior part of body.
External coldness, with internal heat.
Internal chill, with external heat.
External heat without thirst, with intolerance of external warmth.
Flushes of heat, external.
Continuous quick alternations from heat to cold.
One sided burning heat of the face.
Fainting during the heat or sweat.
Sweat slight, or only in the face.
Sensation as if sweat would break out, which, however, does not follow.
Sweat when eating; and then often on a small spot on face.
Sweat at times cold, but generally warm and some what sour smelling.
Periodical 17, 36.
Left side 18. One sided 40. In to out 3, 43. Below upwards 13, 20.≡ more ...