Eupatorinum AromaticumPool-root, Eupatorium Aromaticum, Sanicle, Eup-a.
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Nervous erethism; restlessness and morbid watchfulness. Hysteria and chorea. Low fevers, with extreme restlessness. Aphthous disease. Sore nipples. Sore mouth in infants. Vomiting of bile, pain in stomach, headache, and fever.
Tincture, locally, in sore mouth and sore nipples. Internally, tincture to third attenuation.≡ show all authors ...
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Compare: Abrot.; Alum.; Calc.; Sil.; Sulph. Sanicula Aqua must not be confounded with the Sanicle (Pool-root or wood marsh), also called Sanicula Aqua. This is used in various nervous affections, resembling Valeriana. It is used as a vulnerary, resolvent for sanguineous extravasations, and as an astringent. Has not been proved.)