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Iris Versicolor - General symptoms - Nash

Blue Flag, Iris vers, Iris v, Iris.

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HPUS indication of Iris Versicolor: Headache
Iris Versicolor

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

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Burning of mouth, tongue, throat, clear down into stomach, and of anus if there is diarrhoea.

Vomiting of stringy, glairy, ropy mucus; hangs in strings down to receptacle on the floor.

Gastric or hepatic sick headaches with blur before the eyes at the beginning. Vomiting sour, or bitter.

Iris is another remedy which causes great nausea and vomiting. It is sometimes very serviceable in cholera infantum. The substance vomited is generally very sour, so sour that it excoriates the throat.

The gastric troubles of Iris Versicolor are often accompanied with a burning of tongue, throat, oesophagus and stomach, and, if diarrhoea is present, with burning of the anus. This burning of the alimentary canal is very characteristic of Iris Versicolor.

Iris is also one of our best remedies for sick headache. These headaches seem to be of gastric or hepatic origin, and often begin with a blur before the eyes. I used to give the remedy in the 3d; but of late years have given it in the 50m. and am better pleased with the result, because it is more prompt and lasting. It is recommended in sciatica, but I have had no experience with it in this affection It seems to act most powerfully upon the alimentary tract. I have never used it in skin troubles.