Arsen iod (30C)

Support a healthy respiratory system and promote balance with the natural benefits of arsen iod.


English Name: Arsen iod (30C)


Latin Name: Arsenicum iodatum


Type: Homeopathic


What is Arsen iod (30C)?

Arsen iod (30C) is a homeopathic ingredient that is chemically prepared from metallic arsenic and iodine. It is an extremely diluted form of arsenic that is safe in potencies above 6C. When one part of the full-strength substance is diluted into 100 parts liquid, this is called 1C. A designation of 30C, therefore, means the dilution process has been performed 30 times, producing a weak preparation of the original substance. Weak preparations of this metal have had a history of medicinal use, and scientific research supports the efficacy of homeopathic preparations1.


Homeopathic medicines may be produced from healing substances, neutral substances or highly toxic substances like arsenic. Yet through the unique homeopathic process, all these ingredients become safe, deep-acting medicines. In fact, remedies homeopathically distilled from poisonous or toxic materials have effects that are opposite to the original substance.


Medicinal Uses of Arsen iod (30C)

This proven homeopathic remedy is often recommended for people who tend to be irritable and restless, hyperactive or excitable, and impatient with sudden outbursts. It is used to promote balance during temper outbursts, but Arsen iod (30C) can also assist in suppressing annoyance when one is confronted with trying or frustrating circumstances, leading to greater overall emotional balance and a sense of self-control1.

Arsen iod (30C) also supports respiratory health, a healthy open chest and easier breathing. This homeopathic solution can also be beneficial for those who develop a fever and become very hot1.


Products Featuring Arsen iod (30C)

For Humans:

BrightSpark™ for Attention Problems & Hyperactivity

FocusPlus ComboPack for Kids


The content provided is for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice. If you have a health condition, please consult a medical professional and do not use this information to self-diagnose or self-treat.


1. Lockie, Andrew. “Arsen. Iod.: Remedy Profile.” Encyclopedia of Homeopathy. DK Publishing, 2000, pp. 126-128. Accessed 3/1/2019. 

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