It is a chief remedy for hysteria and sadness.
This remedy is derived from a shrub called as the St. Ignatius Bean.
It is one of the chief remedies for hysteria. It is useful in women who are sensitive and easily excited, highly educated, dark and of a mild disposition. It is a great remedy to combat the bad effects of anger, grief, disappointed love, bad news, shame, vexation and homesickness.
It suits individuals who have great contradictions in behavior, who are alert and nervous.
This remedy combats the ill effects of grief and worry.
It suits persons who have a changeable mood, who are introspective, melancholic, and changeable in mood, with sighing and sobbing.
It is a great remedy for shocks, grief and mental disappointment.
It is useful in congestive headaches following anger or grief.
It is useful in toothache, which is worse after drinking coffee.
This remedy is useful in hysterical difficulty in swallowing.
It is useful in painful constriction of the anus after stools.
It is also useful in pain in the Achilles tendon and the calf muscles.
This remedy suits persons who are worse in the morning, better while eating and change of position.
TIPS ABOUT IGNATIA FROM THE MASTERS…
IGNATIA may be inhaled when the woman gets convulsions.
Convulsions coming on in a child after punishment may call loudly for CHAMMOMILA OR IGNATIA.
Loss of function of a part of the body due to emotional elements requires IGNATIA.
Dr. Diwan Harishchand, L.R.C.P., F.F.Hom (Lond) etc.
IGNATIA for stage fright: to be given prophylactically, a few doses on the day of performance, and 1 dose just before it.
It is best to administer the dose in the morning if there is no occasion for hurry; when given shortly before bedtime, it causes too much restlessness in the night.
Dr. Hanhemann, M.D.
For the bad effects of disappointed love, in hysterical subjects, IGNATIA needs CALC PHOS to finish the cure.
Dr. S.P. Koppikkar, B.H.M.S.