Pulsatila

Pulsatila Pratensis

Abbreviations:puls
Common Names:Pulsatilla pratensis(Small Pasque Flower), Pulsatilla Nigricans (is a subspecies of Pulsatilla pratensis)
Category:Plant, poisonous
Complementary:Kali-m., Lyc., Sil., Sulph-ac.; Kali-m. is its chemical analogue.
Relative:Silicea is the chronic of Pulsatilla in nearly all ailments.
Follows well:after Kali-m.
Follows well:by, Kali-m.
Aggravation:In a warm close room; evening, at twilight; on beginning to move; lying on the left, or on the painless side; very rich, fat, indigestible food; pressure on the well side if it be made toward the diseased side; warm applications; heat (Kali-m.).
Amelioration:In the open air; lying on painful side (Bry.); cold air or cool room; eating or drinking cold things; cold applications (Kali-m.).

[Pulsatilla pratensis (Small Pasque Flower) is a species of the genus Pulsatilla, native to central and eastern Europe. Read more...]

 Pulsatila Pratensis in Kent's MM

 Pulsatila in Allen's Keynotes

Dr Boericke Pulsatila Pratensis in Boericke's MM

 Pulsatila in Nash's Leaders


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