Iris Versicolor Homeopathic Remedy Overview
Iris is used in homeopathy since 1951. In homeopathy introduced American doctor BH
Kitchenom. He tested the drug and proven impact of iris extract on the pancreas. The infusion is made from fresh or dried roots of a plant that grows in damp places teeming marshes, along rivers and reservoirs. It is widespread in the north of Russia, Europe, America, Africa, India. Iris, the sword lily, helps with burning and acid-related disorders of the digestive system. It also helps with other burning complaints or also with migraines, which mainly occurs at the weekend.
A brief description of Iris versicolor
- Raw materials: Iris, iris versicolor
- Family: iris, Iridaceae
- Granules: D3, C3, C6 and higher
- Drops: D3, C3, C6 and higher
- How often used: Frequently
- Abbreviation: iris
- German name: iris
- Type of substance: plant
- Typical potencies: D6 - D12
Main Application of Iris versicolor
- Heartburn, diarrhea, fever, migraine
- Neuralgias (nerve pain)
- In the case of heartburn and vomiting during pregnancy
- migraine, especially also a so-called weekend endemic
Typical Symptoms (Lead Symptoms) of Iris versicolor
- The person concerned has burning stomach or intestinal complaints.
- The affected person has heartburn.
- The affected person has an acidic vomiting.
- The affected person has colorectal abdominal pain.
- The affected person has burning diarrhea.
- The affected person has a strong salivation.
- The affected person has a headache.
- The affected person has migraine, initially with visual disturbances, later with nausea.
- The affected person often has migraine on resting days, on which he does not have to work.
- The person concerned has regular complaints.
- The symptoms typically occur in resting phases, for example at the weekend.
- The affected person has a strong headache, which goes from the temple to the forehead, it also leads to heartburn or acid regurgitation, also to nausea to vomiting, as well as to diarrhea.
- The affected person looks blurred, sees a flicker in front of his eyes.
Application fields of Iris versicolor
- Headache better by vomiting pain comes back
- Headache with previously blurred vision
- Vomiting acute acid
- Hyperemesis gravidarum
- Umbilical colic
- Migraines at the weekend pale bureaus
- Stomach discomfort headache gallous vomiting
- Headache by sweets at the back of the head Acid vomiting
- Pregnancy break
- Migraine nausea
- Pancreatic inflammation acute vomiting colic-like diarrhea
- Headache in liver bile pancreas with acid vomiting and stool
- Sunday marsh
- Stomach cramps
- Pancreas, pancreatitis
- Acid belching
- Stomach discomfort with headache hyperacidity gallous vomiting
- Gastric mucosa inflammation
- Dizziness suddenly sudden nausea acid vomiting
- Visual disturbances
- Summer diarrhea acid vomiting
- Pancreatic inflammation
The suffering is improved by
- Light movement
The suffering is worsened by
- In the evening
- in the evening
- At night
- At night
Side Effects of Iris versicolor
It is not safe for anyone to use, but it is especially unsafe for people with any of the following conditions:
- If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a health professional before use.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- In case of overdose, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.
Symptoms and indications for use
Symptoms:- Common symptoms that the doctor identifies the destination for Iris drug in homeopathy:
- lethargy, drowsiness, nightmares, accompanied by dull headache;
- nausea, belching, vomiting accompanied by shooting pain radiating to the left temple;
- fever, chills, tremors throughout the body, cold extremities, rapid pulse, pain in the intestine;
- diarrhea, acute attacks of pain in the umbilical region, rumbling guts, stinking feces;
- cough (dry), pain in the left lung, scratching in the throat;
- pain in muscles, joints, weak in the knees, trembling, frequent retching;
- pustules and ulcers on the scalp, which bleed when dry;
- acute pain during urination, urine offensive, red;
- dysmenorrhea, pain in the ovaries and the back, rash on the genitals.
- Diseases of the peripheral nerves.
- The defeat of the sciatic nerve.
- Restless sleep, insomnia.
- Migraine accompanied temporary loss of vision.
- Eczema. Inflammatory skin disease.
- Stretching the saliva due to fungal infections of the mouth.
- Inflammation of the pancreas.
- Gastritis with high acidity, accompanied by nausea and vomiting.
- Toxemia of pregnancy.
- Hepatitis with pain radiating to the right shoulder.
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