Wednesday, August 29, 2012

BITTER CANDYTUFT (Iberis amara L.)

BITTER CANDYTUFT (Iberis amara L.)

Synonym — Iberis coronaria D. Don.
Activities (Bitter Candytuft) — Antibacterial (1; HHB); Antiedemic (1; PH2); Antiseptic (1;
PH2); Choleretic (1; PH2); Cytotoxic (1; PH2); Diuretic (1; MAD); Emetic (1; MAD); Fungicide
(1; PH2); Gastrostimulant (1; PH2); Irritant (1; PH2); Secretagogue (1; PH2); Toxic (1;
Indications (Bitter Candytuft) — Angina (f; MAD); Arrhythmia (f; PH2); Asthma (f; WOI);
Bacteria (1; HHB); Bronchosis (f; WOI); Cardiopathy (f; PH2); Congestion (f; MAD); Dyspepsia
(f; HHB; PH2); Edema (1; PH2); Endocardosis (f; MAD); Fungus (1; HHB; PH2); Gout (f; MAD;
WOI); Hepatosis (f; MAD); Infection (1; HHB; PH2); Mycosis (1; PH2); Nephrosis (f; MAD);
Neurosis (f; MAD); Palpitation (f; MAD); Pericardosis (f; MAD); Pulmonosis (f; MAD); Rheumatism
(f; MAD; WOI); Stenocardia (f; HHB); Swelling (1; PH2); Vertigo (f; MAD); Water
Retention (1; MAD); Wound (f; MAD).
Dosages (Bitter Candytuft) — Homeopathic doses only (PH2).
Contraindications, Interactions, and Side Effects (Bitter Candytuft) — Not covered (AHP).
Poisonings, not reported, could be caused by cucurbitacins and might exhibit colic, diarrhea, kidney
irritation, and vomiting (PH2). No toxic cases documented (PH2).

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