19 Dec Pulsatilla
The pulsatilla, or windflower as it is also known, contains a poisonous substance which results in blisters in the mouth and throat if chewed. Homoeopath will often prescribe Pulsatilla to patients with conditions accompanied by a thick discharge.
Pulsatilla was made as a remedy by recognizing the reactions of healthy individuals to undiluted doses. The changes in the individuals were recorded.
When a Homoeopath sees a patient with a set of similar symptoms to the recorded ones induced by sulphur, they then prescribe it in an extremely dilute form. In a highly diluted dosage, Pulsatilla can eliminate the symptoms that it creates when it is at full strength.
This Homoeopathic Remedy May Aid…
- breast infections
- rattling type coughs
- eye inflammation (when the eyes ache and thick discharge)
- fever with chills
- hay fever
- indigestion from rich, fatty foods
- aching joints that improve with movement and cold compresses
- urethritis in men
- late menstrual periods
- otitis media (middle ear infection)
- varicose veins
- depression with excessive weeping.
Pulsatilla is available over the counter both in liquid and in tablet form.
Professional advice is required for each particular ailment and for dosages.