Ignatia’s homeopathic chemistry has a sympathetic resonance with strong emotions. Ignatia consoles the spirit when coping with grief, trauma, separation anxiety, hurt, or when experiencing symptoms of depression. Ignatia promotes emotional well-being without side effects.
These uses and indications are based upon traditional Homeopathic practice. They have not been reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration.
Ignatia amara ig-na'-tia
St. Ignatia Bean
SOURCE & HABITAT:
Native of the Philippine Islands. Medicine is derived from the bean, which resembles a pear shaped pod and is ground to a fine powder.
The Ignatia bean contains the alkaloid Strychnine. Ignatia is named after the founder of the Jesuit order who first introduced it to Europe in the 17th century. Historical herbal uses included treatment for cholera and cardiac conditions. Ignatia’s homeopathic value for emotional wellness was introduced by Dr. Hahnemann in the 18th century.