PHYTOLACCA PULSATILLA RHUS TOX
Phytolacca decandra Pulsatilla nigricans Rhus toxicodendron
Phytolacca or poke-root is a well-known erect, unpleasant smelling plant that grows across the Northern Hemisphere, and also in South America. It is a glandular remedy that particularly affects the tonsils, and also the mammary glands. It is reckoned that Phytolacca is probably the most important remedy for helping in the treatment of mastitis.
Sore throats that look dark and angry. Sore throats in which the pain feels like a hot ball. Medium length haircuts with layers back view Swollen, tender breasts with cracked nipples.
Pulsatilla is one of the most useful of acute remedies, as well as being a very important constitutional one.The remedy comes from the pasque flower and is also known as the weathercock remedy because it suits people whose moods and symptoms are constantly changing. For this reason, it is considered a wonderful remedy for small children.
Tendency to be weepy and clingy. Suits people with gentle, sympathetic natures. Yellow-green discharge from the eyes or nose.
The remedy is prepared from poison ivy, native to North America. Its main use is in sprains, strains and swollen joints, but because of its itchy, rashy picture it can be a good remedy for illnesses such as chickenpox or shingles. It is also a useful remedy for acute rheumatism.
Extreme restlessness with a red, itchy rash. Stiffness in the joints, which is eased by gentle motion.
The symptoms are far better for warmth, and considerably worse with cold, damp and over-exertion.