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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(Morning), Soreness of anus.
(Evening), Pain in joints; pain in shoulder; pain in metacarpal joints.
(Expiration), Burning in throat, etc.
(Motion), Pain in parietal protuberance; pains in joints; pain in lumbar region; pain in arm, etc.; particularly on raising arm, pain in metacarpal joints.
(Walking), Pain in hypochondrium; pain in back; pain in hip; pains in knee; pain in calves; pain in great toe.
(When warm from exercise), Itching of face.
(Inspiration), Burning in throat, etc.
(Continued movement), Pain in parietal protuberance.
(After stool), Burning in anus.
Increased appetite (after larger doses of tincture),
Loss of appetite, ; (second day),
No appetite (fifth day),
Empty eructations and pain in the stomach,
Frequent empty eructations, in the course of the day (second day),
Constant eructation of gas (seventh day),
Frequent eructations of tasteless gas (third day),
Constant eructations of tasteless gas (fourth day), ; during the whole period,
Constant eructations of sour gas (second day),
Stomach very sour (second day),
Heartburn, several times in the day; a hot cramplike sensation rises upward from pit of stomach (second day),