Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Stannum Iodatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Have you ever used Stannum Iodatum? Yes No
Excessive relaxation of spirit and body, he cannot stay at one piece of work, he is irresistibly overcome by drowsiness and has to lie down and sleep, when he frequently wakes up from indifferent dreams.
Very weary and drowsy, so that he can hardly control himself.
Stretching the arms and yawning (aft. sever. m.).
Much yawning, while walking in the open air, but with tightness as from a hoop around the chest.
Much as he was incited to yawn, he could not finish yawning, even when he opened his mouth ever so widely.
Frequent yawning, as if he had not slept enough.
Drowsiness after a walk in the open air, caused especially by music, and when she closed the eyes, she had at once a vivid dream.
Drowsiness and inclination to yawn, his eyes close.
In the morning, on rising, the back and lower limbs ache as if bruised; she is weary, as if she had slept too little, as if her body had not rested enough; some hours after rising, this is somewhat relieved.
Sleep and dreams
Slumber in the evening, impeded by constant restlessness in the legs.
Repeated starting up in bed, at night, as from fright.
Repeated waking up at night, as if he had done sleeping.
At one o'clock at night, after awaking, restlessness all over the body, with burrowing in the tibiae.
Deep sleep, for several nights.
(He talked in his sleep and decided as to the uselessness of an external remedy against an internal ailment, as if he were in a somnambulist state.).
The child moans at night, while asleep, it weeps, begs and entreats timidly.
Very vivid, anxious dreams, at night.
Anxious dreams of contention, quarrel and strife.
Anxious dreams, as of neglected business, two nights in succession, the same subject.
Confused dreams, which cannot be recalled.
Confused, vivid dreams in which many perverse things happen to her, and she at times talks aloud, tosses about in her bed, wakes up repeatedly, and every time finds herself sitting up in bed.
Vivid, confused dreams, only one half of which can be recalled.
He hears a loud detonation in his dream.
Dreams of fire.
Vivid dream full of cruelty (2d n.).
Agreeable dreams of earthly splendor and greatness, which on her waking up, continue to keep her in a cheerful mood.
Lewd dreams, with emission of semen, without erection.
Lewd dreams with erections, without pollution.
Nocturnal erections without lewd dreams.
Quick in falling asleep in the evening after lying down, and late in waking up in the morning.
Dizzy in the morning on awaking from a deep sleep, as if he had not done sleeping.
Shooting pinching, alternately, in various spots of the body.
Pressure with heaviness now in one bone, then in another.
Heaviness in all the limbs, weariness in the chest and alternately, violent anxieties.
Bruised pain in the limbs, and especially also above the sacrum.
Paralysis in the left arm and foot caused by fright; it passed off during the night.
After walking in the open air, internal heat, especially in the chest and abdomen, without thirst.
Many of the pains, especially those of the pressive-drawing kind, begin gently, slowly increase to a high degree, and then decrease just as slowly.
The ailments seem to disappear while walking; when at rest they at once return; only the weariness is most sensible while walking.
It causes emaciation and consumption.
Lack of strength, as if her lower limbs were bruised.
Excessive clumsiness; he continually wishes to sit or lie down, and on sitting down, he, as it were, sinks down upon the chair, because he lacks the strength necessary to do this slowly.
Great weariness, with constant inclination to sit down; while walking slowly, he feels this most, wherefore he involuntarily walks fast.
When moving quickly, he feels less his lack of strength, but the more so afterward.
Tremulous and unsteady all over the body and the limbs; but his hand trembles more when resting it lightly, than when grasping firmly.
Weariness all over the body, especially after going up stairs, for seven days.
Great weariness by day; he has to lie down, but cannot sleep, and whenever he fails into a slumber, he is seized with vertigo, abstraction of mind, and stupidity for half an hour.
Great weariness on coming down stairs, so that she can hardly breathe, she feels nothing when going up stairs.
(Real epilepsy) .
At night, on awaking, he is lying on his back, the right leg stretched out, the left drawn up and half bare.
At night, after awaking, jerks deep in the hand, drawing in an undulatory manner, seemingly in the nerves, so that he could have screamed aloud.
On getting up out of bed, while dressing, she is suddenly seized with a fit of weariness, so she can hardly breathe.≡ more ...