This shrub flowers from September to November, when the leaves are falling. The seeds mature the following summer.
It is adapted to venous haemorrhage from every orifice of the body; nose, lungs, bowels, uterus, bladder.
Venous congestion; passive, of skin and mucous membranes; phlebitis, varicose veins; ulcers, varicose, with stinging, pricking pain; haemorrhoids.
Patients, subject to varicose veins, take cold easily from every exposure, especially in warm, moist air.
"Is the Aconite of the venous capillary system.".
Bruised soreness of affected parts (Arn.); rheumatism, articular and muscular.
Wounds: incised, lacerated, contused; injuries from falls; checks haemorrhage, removes pain and soreness (Arn.).
Chronic effects of mechanical injuries (Con.).
Traumatic conjunctivitis; sugillations, or extravasations into chambers of eye; from severe coughing; intense soreness (Arn., Calen., Led.).
Nosebleed: flow passive, long-lasting, blood non-coagulable (Crot.); profuse > headache (Mel.); idiopathic, traumatic, vicarious, of childhood.
Haemorrhage: profuse, dark, grumous, from ulceration of bowels (Crot.); uterine, active or passive; after a fall or rough riding; vicarious menstruation; no mental anxiety.
Haemoptysis: tickling cough, with taste of blood or sulphur; venous, without effort or coughing; sometimes monthly, for years.
Profuse discharges, which simulate a haemorrhage, and form a drain upon system as severe as loss of blood.
Haemorrhoids: bleeding profusely; with burning, soreness, fullness, heaviness; as if back would break; urging to stool; bluish color; anus feels sore and raw. Menses: flow, dark and profuse; with soreness in abdomen; after a blow on ovary, or a fall; all suffering < at menstrual period (Act., Puls.).
Uterine haemorrhage active or passive; from jolting while riding over rough roads; bearing down pain in back.
After haemorrhage from piles, prostration out of all proportion to amount of blood lost (Hydr.).
Bad effects from loss of blood (Cinch.).
Relations. - Complementary: Ferrum, in haemorrhages and the haemorrhagic diathesis.
Compare: Arn., Calen., for traumatic, and to hasten absorption of introcular haemorrhage.
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