Working with Pulsatilla
Pulsatilla has sedative, analgesic, and antispasmodic properties and is indicated for headache, neuralgia, dry coughs, laryngitis, mumps, and mild dizziness. Women use it for amenorrhea or dysmenorrhea, and it is sometimes taken in minute doses for premenstrual syndrome. Pulsatilla increases circulation in both men and women.
The herb is commonly used in homeopathic preparations.
Pulsatilla has a taste of BITTER and a temperature of COLD.
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The information offered in this database is not intended as a substitute for any that may have been prescribed by your health practitioner or physician.