Key attributes of homeopathic single remedy Ipecac are Anemia, Asthma, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Coughs, Enteric fevers, Nausea, Remittent fever, Vomiting, Whooping Cough.
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Indications: Ipecac is a chief remedy for nausea and vomiting. Most of the complaints commence with nausea and vomiting or are attended with continuous and persistent nausea and vomiting, but without any relief to the patient such as in gastritis, abdominal pain, dysentery, bronchitis, asthma or intermittent or enteric fever. Vomiting of white glairy mucus in large quantities or green jelly like mucus. Ipecac also helps in colicky pain around umblicus with nausea, clean tongue and no thirst.
Ipecac also helps in cough. Cough is dry, spasmodic, constricted and asthamatic. Incessant and violent cough with every breath. Ipecac is useful in pneumonia when chest is loaded with mucus and there is blueness of skin and pale face. Cough causes nausea and vomiting. Ipecac also helps in whooping cough. Child loses breath, turns pale and blue in face.
Ipecac is also indicated in intermittent, remittent and enteric fever. There is yawning, stretching and waterbrash in mouth before chill. Icy coldness of hands and feet during chill. There is redness of one cheek and paleness of the other. It also helps in hemorrhages, bright red blood from any part of the body.
Warnings: This product is to be used for self-limiting conditions. If symptoms do not improve in 4 days or worsen, discontinue use and seek assistance of a health professional * As with any drug, if you are pregnant or nursing a baby seek professional advise before taking this product * Keep this and all medicine out of reach of children * Store in a cool dark place * Do not use if cap seal is broken or missing * Close cap tightly after use.
Every homeopathic remedy is explained in detail by William Boericke, M.D. in the Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica and Repertory, a book which is highly respected by the homeopathy profession. The following text is excerpted from that book and explains the symptoms covered by this remedy:
Common name: Ipecac-root,IPECAC
The chief action is on the ramifications of the pneumogastric nerve, producing spasmodic irritation in chest and stomach. Morphia habit. The principal feature of Ipecacuanha is its persistent nausea and vomiting, which form the chief guiding symptoms. Indicated after indigestible food, raisins, cakes, etc. Especially indicated in fat children and adults, who are feeble and catch cold in relaxing atmosphere; warm, moist weather. Spasmodic affections. Hæmorrhages bright-red and profuse.
Mind: Irritable; holds everything in contempt. Full of desires, for what they know not.
Head: Bones of skull feel crushed or bruised. Pain extends to teeth and root of tongue.
Eyes: Inflamed, red. Pain through eyeballs. Profuse lachrymation. Cornea dim. Eyes tire from near vision. State of vision constantly changing. Spasm of accommodation from irritable weakness of the ciliary muscle. Nausea from looking on moving objects.
Face: Blue rings around eyes. Periodical orbital neuralgia, with lachrymation, photophobia, and smarting eyelids.
Nose: Coryza, with stoppage of nose and nausea. Epistaxis.
Stomach: Tongue usually clean. Mouth, moist; much saliva. Constant nausea and vomiting, with pale, twitching of face. Vomits food, bile, blood, mucus. Stomach feels relaxed, as if hanging down. Hiccough.
Abdomen: Amebic dysentery with tenesmus; while straining pain so great that it nauseates; little thirst. Cutting, clutching; worse, around the navel. Body rigid; stretched out stiff.
Stools: Pitch-like green as grass, like frothy molasses, with griping at navel. Dysenteric, slimy.
Female: Uterine hæmorrhage, profuse, bright, gushing, with nausea. Vomiting during pregnancy. Pain from navel to uterus. Menses too early and too profuse.
Respiratory: Dyspnœa; constant constriction in chest. Asthma. Yearly attacks of difficult shortness of breathing. Continued sneezing; coryza; wheezing cough. Cough incessant and violent, with every breath. Chest seems full of phlegm, but does not yield to coughing. Bubbling rales. Suffocative cough; child becomes stiff, and blue in the face. Whooping-cough, with nosebleed, and from mouth. Bleeding from lungs, with nausea; feeling of constriction; rattling cough. Croup. Hæmoptysis from slightest exertion (Millef). Hoarseness, especially at end of a cold. Complete aphonia.
Fever: Intermittent fever, irregular cases, after Quinine. Slightest chill with much heat, nausea, vomiting, and dyspnœa. Relapses from improper diet.
Sleep: With eyes half open. Shocks in all limbs on going to sleep (Ign).
Extremities: Body stretched stiff, followed by spasmodic jerking of arms towards each other.
Skin: Pale, lax. Blue around eyes. Miliary rash.
Modalities: Worse, periodically; from veal, moist warm wind, lying down.
Relationship: Compare: Emetine-principal alkaloid of Ipecac (A powerful amebicide, but is not a bactericide. Specific for amæbiasis; of remarkable value in treatment of amæbic dysentery; also as a remedy in pyorrhea, 1/2 gr daily for three days, then less. Emetin, 1/2 gr hypodermically, in Psoriasis. Emetin hydroch. 2x, diarrhœa with colicky, abdominal pains and nausea. Emetin for endamoebic dysentery. In physiological doses must be carefully watched. May produce hepatization of lungs, rapid heart action, tendency for the head to fall forward and lobar pneumonia. In hæmatemesis and other hæmorrhages, compare: Gelatin which has a marked effect on the coagulability of the blood. Hypodermically; or if by mouth, a 10 per cent jelly, about 4 oz, three times a day) Arsenic; Cham; Puls; Tart em; Squill. Convolvulus (colic and diarrhœa). Typha latifolia-Cat-tail flag (dysentery, diarrhœa) and summer complaint. Euphorbia hypericifolia--Garden Spurge--(Very similar to Ipecac. Irritation of the respiratory and gastro-intestinal tracts and female organs). Lippia mexicana--(Persistent dry, hard, bronchial cough--asthma and chronic bronchitis).
In Asthma, compare: Blatta orientalis.
Antidotes: Arsenic; China; Tabac.
Complementary: Cuprum; Arn.
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