Anemona pratensis, Pulsatilla pratensis, An├®mona de los┬áprados. Wind flower, Prarie crows, Easter flower, meadow anemone, etc.or “Shame Face Maiden”
Grows in dry sandy soil in Denmark, Germany, Russia, Scandinavia, and Asia, and Arabian physicians first employed the plant.
Proved by Hahnemann in 1805 has a 40 day action, Hahnemann used it in chronic affections of the eyes, catarrh, amaurosis, spots of cornea. As the plant grows in dessert the patient needs less water and has a dry mouth As the flower of the plant are drooping downwards, patient is very shy.
As the flowers are so delicate that they change their directions by a draft of wind, changeability of signs and symptoms is marked.
As the flowers presents in groups, patient likes to have company, and does not want to be alone. having a feeling of alone.
As the stems with small hair like structure to protect from wind, in the chilly face the patient likes to go to the open air-covered.>motion
Pulsatilla a policrest, versatile WOMEN remedy yielding to the slightest breath of air.
Acts in all mucous membranes, producing catarrhal condition, upon synovial membranes producing arthritis and rheumatic conditions. It is a great venous remedy, and i’ts action on the female generative system it is paramount.sluggishness of the venous circulation is relieved by exercise
and by cold, which will cause the vessels to contract and the blood to circulate more rapidly.
Tearfulness, mild gentle, yielding disposition, changeableness and likenesses of symptoms. Worse at evening, after eating fatty food, and during rest. relief from motion and in the cool open air, paleness of face and chilliness, even with a sensation of heat.
Puls. for the abuse of Iron tonics, and after badly managed measles, lies with hands above head.
Metastasis of mumps to breast or testicles.
For phlegmatic temperament who are indecisive, timid, or tendency to inward grief, silent peevishness.
Use for hemorrhoids, varicose veins, ulcers, varicose, menses, urine incontinence, and all dispepcias. Its discharges are bland in character, yellow or yellow- greenish, with thirstlesness. To late, coryza in late stages, indigestion two hours late after eating, menses never on time, too late, nothing is on time
Medicina Homeopatica Behhill