Homeopathy Remedy Arsenicum Iodatum

Arsenicum Iodatum homeopathy drug symptoms from Handbook of Materia Medica and Homeopathic Therapeutics by T.F. Allen, of the homeopathic remedy Arsenicum Iodatum…

      For use the pure substance is triturated with sugar of milk. Affinities; with Arsenic and Iodine.


      Feeling in the morning as if he had taken a cold. Nervous system very irritable, with wakefulness (Arsenicum). Weariness of whole body, with heaviness of limbs (Arsenicum).

Clinical Threatening pyaemia; blood-poisoning, with debilitating sweats. Enlarged scrofulous glands. Eruptions and ulcerations in syphilitic patients. Enlarged mesenteric glands, with diarrhoea and chlorea infantum.


      Aching all over head; preventing sleep. Seemed large and heavy, with pain. Dull heavy aching morning on waking and lasting all day. (<) motion, stopping or studying, with pressing, with pressing outward. Dullness the entire morning, with dull pain in l. malar- bone and occasional frontal headache. Bad feeling in evening, like a cold. Aching in forehead, with Dullness of whole head during forenoon, with stiffness and soreness of l. side of neck, (<) Moving head. Sharp pain in forehead and in ears, (<) l. ear, when riding in a sharp cold wind. Pain in r. temple.


      Weakness, with burning pain and feeling as if lachrymation would set in.

Clinical Scrofulous ophthalmia and tendency to ulceration of lower lid. Parenchymatous keratitis.


      Clinical-Otitis, with fetid corrosive discharge. Catarrhal inflammation of the throat, nose and middle ear; swelling of the tissues within the nose; hypertrophied condition of the opening of the Eustachian tube and increasing deafness. Chronic irritability of the middle ear following scarlet fever; thickening of tympanum.



Clinical Coryzas, burning, acrid. Hay fever. Catarrh, burning sensation, tubercular diathesis.


      Intermittent pain in first r. upper molar.

Clinical Epithelioma.


      In morning after moving about hawking up thick mucus, mixed with clotted blood, which seemed to come from the head and relieved the pain.

Clinical Later stage of diphtheria, with evidence of putrefactive degeneration. Diphtheritic croup.


      Appetite increased at first (Iodium); lost. Pyrosis. Pain, (<) rising after sitting; in afternoon, with raising of wind and greasy fluid similar to that after eating salt pork; at epigastrium, with thirst, dry throat, fever and sometimes diarrhoea and tenesmus.


      Hardness and distention from flatus, which was discharged constantly. Cutting as if he would have a stool, (>) emission of flatus and warm applications; C. embracing the whole abdomen and obliging him to bend almost double, (>) large soft stool, evacuated with straining.

Anus and Stool

      Aching in anus, with seeming inability to keep the sphincter closed, amounting to dysenteric straining at stool. Urging to stool in morning on rising, with scanty stool, small in size, as if anus were contracted, mushy with small scybalae, and of peculiar black color, resembling faeces of an ox, with straining as in dysentery. Mushy stool, almost black, with straining and tenesmus. Diarrhoea, five to ten stools each day, not at night, but the urging began on moving about in morning. Painless diarrhoea every night at midnight.


      Increased in quantity.

Genital Organs

      Clinical.- Leucorrhoea, bloody, yellow, with hard swelling of the labia, followed by induration in the axilla. Mammary abscess. Mammary tumor, with retracted nipple, sensitive.


      Hacking, with dryness and stoppage of nostrils.


      Clinical.- Pulmonary tuberculosis, with cavities in lungs, hectic fever, etc. Chronic catarrhal pneumonia, with muco- purulent expectoration dyspnoea, night-sweat, etc. Chronic pneumonia, with abscess in the lung, hectic fever. Acute catarrhal pneumonia, with caseous degeneration and fibrosis. Fibroid degeneration of the lung, with inflammation had haemorrhage; commencing cavity. In general, many cases of pulmonary disease, pneumonia, subacute and chronic, and various forms of phthisis pulmonaris have been cured, the special indications being great debility, night-sweats either after the cavity is formed or when a cavity threatens to form, with a decidedly cachectic condition of the patient. It seems probable that in the Iodide of Arsenic we have found a remedy most closely allied to manifestations of tuberculosis; it well be indicated by a profound prostration, rapid, irritable pulse, recurring fever and sweats, emaciation, tendency to diarrhoea, etc. It is especially valuable in nontubercular phthisis.


      Clinical.- A number of cases of weakness of the heart have been reported as relieved, and it undoubtedly acts similarly to Arsenic in such cases; unfortunately nearly all the cases reported have been treated with a combination of other drugs with this one, so that perhaps as much credit should be given to the other drugs as to the Arsen. iod.


      Irregular, rapid.


      Soreness as if beaten, and especially of back of neck.


      Heaviness, with weariness of whole body. Rheumatic pain, as if in shaft of bone in upper third of r. humerus while writing, suddenly shifting to r. metacarpal bones, then to l. femur. Laming pain in l. calc, afterwards embracing entire leg, (>) motion, returning at rest. Dull heavy soreness of l. calf. Weary feeling in calves kneeling. Formicating prickings on external l. ankle, then on inner r. ankle.


      Dryness. Painful formication on external border of l. foot, then burning pain on l. instep. Itching on various parts; on back; on back of l. hand, then stinging itching on back of r. hand.

Clinical Eczema of the beard, watery oozing, great itching, (<) washing.


      Constant yawning, with early sleepiness. Restless night, with little sleep.


      Peculiar chilliness of l. thigh, beginning on posterior surface and noticed more there, then formication and weight in l. foot, the latter extending up leg, the clothes when touching the limb feel cold, the formication and weight afterwards extended to r. foot and were partially (>) by walking, the chilliness (>) application of warmth. Fever, pulse 80, strong. Heat in lumbar region as if clothes were on fire.

Clinical Night-sweats of phthisis and of many other debilitating diseases.

TF Allen
Dr. Timothy Field Allen, M.D. ( 1837 - 1902)

Born in 1837in Westminster, Vermont. . He was an orthodox doctor who converted to homeopathy
Dr. Allen compiled the Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica over the course of 10 years.
In 1881 Allen published A Critical Revision of the Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica.