Ignatia Amara (St. Ignatius’ Bean) is a homeopathic remedy to help relieve feelings of grief, disappointment, anxiety; anger accompanied by nervous headache, and alleviates bedwetting in children and the elderly.
Place under tongue: let dissolve. Take when mouth is in natural condition, 1/2 hour before or after eating, brushing teeth, or drinking anything but water. Unless directed otherwise by doctor: Warnings:
Adults: 3X-12X & 6C-12C: 10 pellets or 3 tablets every hour. As symptoms improve, decrease to every 4 hours, then twice daily.
When symptoms disappear, stop medication. 30X, 30C: 10 pellets or 3 tablets 3 times a day. As symptoms improve, decrease to once a day.
When symptoms disappear stop medication. 200, 1M: 10 pellets once a week. LM: 10 pellets dissolved in water, twice a day.
When symptoms disappear, stop medication. For advice on high potencies, consult knowledgeable practitioner.
Child 2 to 12 (check warning on other side of insert): Half adult dose. Child under 2: Only on advice & under supervision of a doctor.
In such cases, follow your doctor's advice. Homeopathic medicines are safe and free from side effects. Your condition, however, may require special care, so please observe the following: Do not give to children under 12 years of age. If sleeplessness persists continuously for more than 2 weeks, consult your doctor. Insomnia may be a symptom of serious underlying medical illness. As with any drug, if you are pregnant or nursing a baby, seek the advice of a health professional before using this product. Keep out of the reach of children.
The Boericke and Tafel company is one of the oldest and most respected Homeopathic companies in the world. Invited by Dr. Hering to manufacture Homeopathic remedies, in 1853 Francis E. Boericke and Adolph J. Tafel founded the Boericke and Tafel company in the United States. Within 10 years or so, they had opened pharmacies in Pennsylvania, New York, New Orleans, San Francisco, Pittsburgh, Washington D.C., Minneapolis, Chicago and Cincinnati. They served some of the most famous physicians of their era, including Christopher Hering and James Kent.