Homeopathic remedy Arsenicum Iodatum from A Manual of Homeopathic Therapeutics by Edwin A. Neatby, comprising the characteristic symptoms of homeopathic remedies from clinical indications, published in 1927….

      (AsI3). Iodide of Arsenic. Trituration.


      THE iodide of arsenic has much the same sphere of action as arsenicum album and its indications and modalities are the same. It has, however, a closer relation to inflamed glands and tuberculous conditions, due, no doubt, to the iodine element in its constitution. It has, therefore, found its place in therapeutics chiefly as a remedy for catarrhal diseases in anaemic and tuberculous patients, in tuberculous lymphatic glands, in tabes mesenterica, pulmonary phthisis with cavities in the lungs, hectic fever, night sweats, &c., in chronic pneumonia with abscess in the lung, in the night sweats of phthisis and other debilitating diseases. It is also very efficacious in influenza and hay fever. Besides tuberculous affections it has been much used in organic diseases of the heart, and in cancerous conditions, lupus and epithelioma. In one respect it differs from arsenicum album, viz., in the patient being better after eating. Appetite is increased (iodium).

Edwin Awdas Neatby
Edwin Awdas Neatby 1858 – 1933 MD was an orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become a physician at the London Homeopathic Hospital, Consulting Physician at the Buchanan Homeopathic Hospital St. Leonard’s on Sea, Consulting Surgeon at the Leaf Hospital Eastbourne, President of the British Homeopathic Society.

Edwin Awdas Neatby founded the Missionary School of Homeopathy and the London Homeopathic Hospital in 1903, and run by the British Homeopathic Association. He died in East Grinstead, Sussex, on the 1st December 1933. Edwin Awdas Neatby wrote The place of operation in the treatment of uterine fibroids, Modern developments in medicine, Pleural effusions in children, Manual of Homoeo Therapeutics,