Pulsatilla homeopathically loosens congestion and clears the head from colds, allergies, and excess mucous from the consumption of dairy products and rich foods. Pulsatilla also stimulates menstrual flow and moderates moods during a sluggish cycle.
Pulsatilla Nigricans; /pul-sa-til’-la/
Wind Flower, Pasque Flower, Meadow Anemone
SOURCE & HABITAT:
This violet brown flower is found in the sunny soil of elevated hills and open pastures in the Central and Northern countryside’s of Europe. Medicine is derived from the entire plant picked when flowering in April and May.
Pulsatilla was traditionally used as an herbal remedy for the nervous system, relieving muscle spasms and treating eye ailments. In 1805, Dr. Hahnemann discovered Pulsatilla’s significant range of homeopathic applications for clearing congestion.