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Ignatia Amara - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

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

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HPUS indication of Ignatia Amara: Sadness

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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Nightly fancies, which fatigue the mind,

He fancies that he is unable to proceed, that he cannot walk,

At fixed idea, which he pursues in his thoughts, or expatiates upon with great earnestness and exhaustiveness in conversation (after two hours),

Fixed ideas, as for example, of music and melodies, in the evening, before and after lying down,

Desires improper things, and cries aloud when they are refused,

Involuntary weeping for three days,

Howls, cries and in beside herself on account of trifles (after one hour),

If she is refused even gently what she wishes or if one tries to persuade her, even with gentle, kind words, or if others wish something different from what she wishes, then she cries aloud (after one hour),

Merry and jesting mood (after eight hours),

Boldness (after three and five hours),

Sadness towards evening,

Quiet, earnest melancholy; cannot be induced to talk or be cheerful; with flat, watery taste to all food, and little appetite (after twenty-four hours),

Tender mood, with very clear consciousness,


Anxiety, as if he had committed some crime,

Inability to express himself distinctly on account of anxiety,

Anxiety of short duration (after quarter of an hour),

Great anxiety,

Extreme anxiety, which prevents talking,

Fearfulness, timidity; she has no confidence in herself, gives up everything,

Fear of thieves, on waking after midnight (after ten hours),

She fears that she will have an ulcer in the stomach,

Unusual tendency to be frightened,

Dread of every trifle, especially of things coming near him (after one hour),

Very transient fretfulness and ill-humor,

Slight contradiction makes him ill-humored and angry (after eighth hours),

Slight blame or contradiction excites him to anger, and this makes him angry with himself (after thirty-six hours),

Contrary to his will, thinks of vexatious and peevish, things, and dwells upon them (after half an hour),

Absorbed in himself, peevish and soured (after half an hour),

Extremely morose, finds fault, and makes reproaches,

The various pressures on and in several parts of the head together make him morose and peevish,

He is discontented, morose, and obstinate towards evening; no one can do anything right or please him (after eight hours),

Inconstant, impatient, irresolute, quarrelsome, in recurring attacks every three or four hours,

Unreasonable complaining about too much noise (after two hours),

Finely sensitive mood, delicate conscientiousness (after twenty hours),

Incredible changes of mood; at one time he jokes and makes merry, at another he is lachrymose, alternating every three or four hours,

He jokes a few hours after he has been angry (after six hours),

Indifferent to everything; he seemed to live without his usual good humor (fifth day),


Very busy mood; he does now this, now that, in a restless way,

Hurry of mind, after exerting the brain, especially in the morning; he is unable to talk, write, or do anything else as rapidly as he wishes; whereupon there occur anxious behavior, mistakes in talking and writing, and awkward actions requiring constant corrections (after twenty hours),

Dulness of sense, with inclination to hurry; while hurrying, the blood rushes into the face (after six hours),

He is scarcely able to keep his thoughts fixed for a moment,

Thought was impeded and very difficult on account of the affection of the head (sixth day),

He walks about quite perplexed, disconcerted, and stupid,

Memory weak and untrustworthy (after eighth and ten hours),

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