Ignatia Amara - RelationshipsSt. Ignatius Bean, Ignat, Ignatia, Iamara
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while very dilute Ignatia Amara may help, unprocessed Ignatia may be best avoided.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ignatia in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
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Compare: Zincum Metallicum Zinc.; Kali Phosphoricum Kali-phos.; Sepia Sep.; Cimicifuga Racemosa Cimicif. Panacea arvensis - Poor man’s Merc Viv Mercury - (Sensitiveness over gastric region with hunger but an aversion to food).
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REVERSE RELATIONSHIPSThese are relationship sections of other remedies that refer to Ignatia Amara. Where the text is greyed out, a relationship with that remedy is already described above.
Cina > compare
Compare: Santoninum Santonin - (often preferable in worm affections; same symptoms as Cina; corresponding to the “pain in shocks” produced by Cina. Visual illusions, YELLOW sight; violent light not recognized, colors not distinguishable. Urine deep Crocus Sativus Saffron color. Spasms and twitchings, chronic gastric and intestinal troubles sometimes removed by a single dose (physiological) of Santonin ( Dahlke.) Helminthochortos - Worm-moss (acts very powerfully on intestinal worms, especially the lumbricoid.) Teucrium Marum Verum Teucrium; Ignatia Ignat.; Chamomilla Cham.; Spigelia Anthelmia Spig.
Cocculus Indicus > compare
Compare: Picrotoxinum Picrotoxin - alkaloid of Cocculus Indicus - (epilepsy, attacks in the morning on leaving horizontal position, hernia, locomotor ataxia, night-sweats); Symphoricarpus (morning sickness); Petroleum Petrol.; Pulsatilla Puls.; Ignatia Ignat.
Cypripedium Pubescens > compare
Compare: Ambra Grisea Ambra; Kali Bromatum Kali-brom.; Scutellaria Lateriflora Scutellar.; Valeriana Valerian; Ignatia Ignat. Skin relatives: Grindelia Robusta Grindelia; Anacardium Occidentale Anacard.
Gelsemium Sempervirens > compare
Compare: Ignatia Ignatia (gastric affections of cigar makers); Baptisia Tinctoria Baptisa; Ipecacuanha Ipecac.; Aconite Acon.; Belladonna Bell.; Cimicifuga Racemosa Cimicif.; Manges. Phosphorus Phos ( Gelsemium Sempervirens contains some Magnes. phos.) Culex Moscae Culex - (vertigo on blowing the nose with fullness of the ears.)
Tabacum > antidote
Antidote: Vinegar; sour apples. Camphora Camphor in the physiologicla antagonist. Arsenicum Album Ars ( chewing tobacco); Ignatia Ign.; (smoking); Sepia Sep ( neuralgia and dyspepsia); Lycopodium Lycop ( Impotency); Nux Vomica Nux (bad taste due to tobacco); Caladium Seguinum Calad. AND Plantago Major Plan Tag ( Cause aversion to tobacco); Phosphorus Phosph ( Tobacco heart, sexual weakness).
Teucrium Marum Verum > compare
Compare: Teucrium Scorodonia Teucrium Scorodonia - Wood-Salvia Officinalis Sage (in tuberculosis with muco-purulent expectoration; dropsy; orchitis and Tuberculous epididymitis; especially in young, thin individuals with tuberculosis of lungs, glands; bones and uro-genitals, 3X). Cina Cina; Ignatia Ignat.; Sanguinaria Canadensis Sang.; Silicea Sil.
Valeriana > compare
Compare: Asa Foetida Asaf.; Ignatia Ign.; Crocus Sativus Croc.; Castor Equi Castor.; AMM. Valeriana ( in neuralgia, gastric disturbance and great nervous agitation). Insomnia especially during pregnancy and menopause. Feeble, hysterical nervous patients.
Viola Odorata > compare
Compare: Ulmus (formication in feet, numb, creeping pain in legs and feet; rheumatic pains above wrists; numbness, tingling, and full soreness where gastrocnemius gives off its tendon); Chenopodium (ears; serous or bloody effusion in the labyrinth; chronic otitis media; progressive deafness to the voice, but sensitive to sounds of passing vehicles and other sounds; buzzing; absent or deficient bone conduction; a consciousness of the ear; hearing better for shrill, high-pitched sounds than for low ones); Aurum Metallicum Aur; Pulsatilla Puls; Sepia Sep; Ignatia Ign; Cina Cina; Cauloph (in rheumatism of small joints).