The patient has great appetite but becomes very thin.
It is a remedy derived from Iodine.
It is a good remedy for subjects who are restless and must keep busy or keep doing something. These subjects must in constant motion or they will go insane or despondent. It also suits subjects, who have the impulse to run, impulse to kill or for those subjects who are in a constant hurry.
This is a great remedy for persons who have a great appetite, yet they lose flesh.
It is great remedy for debility and the slightest effort induces great perspiration.
It is a useful remedy when there is an acute exacerbation of chronic inflammatory conditions.
It is useful when the adenoids are swollen.
It is useful in acute Dacryocystitis.
It is useful when there is sneezing and sudden violent influenza.
It is useful in acute nasal engorgement associated with blood pressure.
It is useful when the testicles are swollen and indurated. It is useful in Hydrocoele. It is also useful when loss of sexual power associated with testicular atrophy.
It is useful in males who have loss of sexual power with atrophied testicles.
It is useful in females who have ovaritis and atrophy of the breasts. It is also useful in cases of cancer of the cervix.
This remedy is useful in a Thyrotoxic goiter, associated with loss flesh, palpitation from the least exertion and a hypertrophied heart.
It is useful in glandular enlargement with nodosity.
It is a useful remedy in constipation with ineffectual urging, better from drinking cold milk. This remedy is also useful in expelling round worms.
This remedy suits warm-blooded persons who are better walking in open air.
TIPS ON IODIUM…
In pericarditis with effusion, IODIUM removes the plastic and serous exudation.
Dr. Hale, M.D.
Prescribe drop doses of IODINE in the 1st, 2nd or 3rd dilution, every hour or so as soon as the physical signs of pneumonia show themselves, and it would arrest the process of hepatization within 24 hours.
IODIUM has produced a veritable and durable amelioration not only of the symptoms of arteriosclerosis, but also of those of interstitial nephritis.
Hydroarthrosis yields, according to Jahr, Jousett and others, to IODINE.
Dr. E. A. Farrington, M.D.