ignatia


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ignatia

(ɪɡˈneɪʃə)
n
a dried seed of the plant Strychnos ignatii, used as a homeopathic remedy
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Indigestion sufferers who are inclined to be emotionally labile, crave acid foods and suffer from nocturnal stomach pain and flatulence, may respond well to Ignatia. Nausea and vomiting may be seen here.
(Two of Morgan's full-length ballets are also programmed this season.) The Saunders commission, set to the music of female composers from various eras, will explore the life of musician Maria Anna Walburga Ignatia Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus' little-known sister.
Ignatia et al., "Manipulation of culture conditions alters lipid content and fatty acid profiles of a wide variety of known and new oleaginous yeast species," Bioresource Technology, vol.
Sitepu I.R., Sestric R., Ignatia L., Levin D., German J.B., Gillies L.A., Almada L.A., Boundy-Mills K.L.
(a) 2009 Decreases in pain and lesion sizes after the use of Ignatia amara when treating lichen planus Ho Mousavi (b) 2009 Decreased pain intensity and ulcer size when treating minor aphthous ulcers using homeopathic medication at 6C potency L Tortamano A.
Ignatia is commonly used to treat grief, anxiety, stress and insomnia.
The two accidents happened a few hundred metres apart on the Ignatia Highway, close to the town of Alexandria and between the cities of Thessaloniki and Veria, police officials said.
Organized by Inge Ignatia de Waard, and already running in its second week, MobiMOOC 2012 is divided into three weeks with each week covering different course topics related to mLearning.