Fraxinus Americana - General symptomsWhite Ash, Fraxinus, Frax.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Fraxinus Americana in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Natural order, Oleaceae. Common name, White Ash.
Preparation, Tincture of the bark.
Authority. J. S. Wright, proving with tincture of the bark, 3 tablespoonfuls daily for three days, U. S. Med. Investigator, N. S., v. 2, 1875, p. 326.
Enlargement of the uterus. Fibrous growths, subinvolution, and prolapse. Uterine tumors, with bearing-down sensations. Fever sores on lips. Cramps in feet. Cold creeping and hot flashes. Infantile eczema.
Nervous females with enlarged or prolapsed wombs
Hot spot or dryness on vertex Throbbing in occiput
Heavy abdomen with bearing down or falling out sensation
Sensitive left ovary
Profuse menses or leucorrhoea
Cramps in feet
White Ash. N. O. Oleaceae. Tincture of the bark.
Uterus, affections of; prolapse of. Uterus, tumours of.
Fraxinus has had a fragmentary proving, but the chief clinical authority for its use is Dr. Burnett, who regards it as a uterine tonic in all heavy states of the uterus with prolapse, bearing-down, and relaxed ligaments. He calls it "the medicinal pessary." I have repeatedly verified his indications. It is an organ-remedy of the first rank. It is also indicated in uterine tumours, especially fibroids, with bearing-down sensations.
Ten to fifteen drops of tincture, three times a day.