Eriodictyon Californicum - General symptomsEriodictyon Glutinosum, Yerba Santa, Eriod.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Eriodictyon Californicum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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A remedy for asthmatic and bronchial affections. Bronchial phthisis, with night-sweats and emaciation. Asthma relieved by expectoration. Cough after influenza. Furthers absorption of effusion in plural cavity. Appetite poor and impaired digestion. Whooping cough.
Eriodictyon Californicum. Yerba Santa. N. O. Hydrophyllaceae. Tincture of whole plant.
Eriodyct., says Allen, "has a strong terebenthine taste, and abounds in a resinous matter which sometimes exudes so copiously that, in drying, the specimens stick firmly together and to the paper." "Yerba Santa" (holy plant) is a popular expectorant remedy in Mexico and California. By homoeopaths it has been chiefly used in phthisical conditions, especially bronchial phthisis. Asthmatic breathing with accumulation of mucus.
the asthma being relieved when the mucus is got rid of. Wasting, night-sweats, intolerance of food. Phthisis the result of frequent bronchial catarrhs. Coryza and catarrh. J. Perry Seward gave it with great success in two cases of cough remaining after Influenzinum influenza (Amer. Hom., xxiv. 248). G. M. Payne's proving brought out marked preference for the right lung. Foul mouth in the morning on rising. Most symptoms agg. in afternoon. Nausea agg. on running. Symptoms come at intervals.
or on any sudden changes of position.
Tincture in doses of 2 to 20 drops and attenuations.
Asthma. Bronchitis. Catarrh. Influenzinum Influenza. Phthisis.