Pasque Flower

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Biological Name: Anemone pulsatillapasque flower

Family: Ranunculaceae

Other Names: Meadow Anemone, Pasque Flower, Wind Flower, Pulsatilla

Elements Applied: Each plant’s part except the root is applied in herbal medicine

Active Components:

  • Lactones; ranunculin, protoanemonin, anemonin
  • Triterpenoid saponins
  • Other; volatile oil, tannins, anemone camphor.

Used For: The herb is known to treat nervous conditions, relieve spasms, and treat bacterial infections.

Pasque Flower is a relaxant which is also used to reduce anxiety and nervous tension, in addition to being applied to relieve uterine spasms. It can effectively be applied to relieve painful menstruation, testes conditions, associated with pains, and pains in ovaries. The herb is applied to relieve any condition, accompanied by nervous tension, including headaches. Moreover, it is helpful in treating sleeplessness and brain hyperactivity. Its antibacterial capacity is used to treat bacterial skin infections, particularly boils. Additionally, the plant can be used to relieve respiratory conditions, including asthma. Made into tincture, or used as oil, it helps relieve ear pains.

Commonly mixed with: To relieve menstrual cramps use the plant in combination with Cramp Bark. To relieve skin conditions, use it together with Echinacea.

Warning! Fresh herb should be avoided.

Additional Info: The herb is indigenous to several regions or Russia and Europe. It is specially raised across the globe.

Preparation and Intake: To prepare an infusion take a half to a teaspoon of dry herb extract for a cup of boiling water and steep it for ten to fifteen minutes. The result is taken thrice per day or when necessary.

In form of tincture the herb is used at a dose of 1-2 ml thrice per day.

Safety: Warning! Fresh plant should be avoided.

There is no further data concerning the herb’s safety level. It is possible that the plant interacts with the medicine you use. Speak to your health-care provider before taking the remedy.