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Homeopathic Ignatia: effect and application

by Josephine Andrews
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Globules for the soul: Ignatia amara is one of the most common homeopathic remedies when it comes to treating nervous disorders. It is recommended, for example, for excitement, anger and grief. You can also use Ignatia for headaches, migraines, asthma, stomach and menstrual problems. Read more about the effects, dosage and use of Ignatia amara!

What is Ignatia?

The homeopathic remedy Ignatia amara (Strychnos ignatii) is based on the Ignatius vomit or Ignatius bean. Many parts of the plant contain the very toxic indole alkaloids strychnine and brucine. For the homeopathic remedy, the original substance is strongly to extremely strongly diluted (potentiated).

When is Ignatia used?

The homeopathic remedy is said to have an effect on the psyche. Typical Ignatia amara symptoms are excitement, anger and heartache. Ignatia is one of the most common homeopathic remedies for ailments arising from an emotional crisis. These symptoms can manifest themselves on a psychological or physical level.

For example, if homeopaths suspect a connection between an illness and an exceptional psychological situation, they often consider using Ignatia.

In addition, you can also use Ignatia well for certain purely physical ailments. For menopausal symptoms, therapists are happy to recommend combination preparations with Ignatia, Cimicifuga , Sanguinaria and Sepia.


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