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Caltha Palustris

Cowslip, Caltha, Calt.

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Caltha Palustris in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.



Pain in abdomen, vomiting, headache, singing in ears, dysuria and diarrhoea. Anasarca.

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Bullae are surrounded by a ring

Much itching

Face much swollen, especially around the eyes

Itching eruption on thighs


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Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Caltha Palustris

Prm-v > general
Cowslip. N. O. Primulaceae. Tincture of entire fresh plant.

Prm-v > general
The flowers of Prim. veris are said to be narcotic (Treas. of Bot.). "Cowslip wine" is a favourite remedy in the country for many small disorders. Cooper cured with P. ver. Ø a case of eczema of the hands after P. obc. had failed. He also cured with it eczema palmaris of years' duration in a man aet. 70. Schier, of Mentz (Univ. Hom. Ann., p. 99), proved a tincture of fresh plant including root. The duration of action is only a few days in healthy persons. The conditions in which Schier commends it, and which are borne out by the symptoms, are Threatened apoplexy, arising apart from psychic depression.

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