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    Senecio aureus
    Life root, squaw weed

    Key Uses:
  • Appetite loss
  • Bleeding in congested or inflamed kidneys
  • Bleeding in the lungs or the throat
  • Excitability
  • Insomnia
  • Menstrual problems
  • Nosebleeds

    Origin : Native to eastern North America.

    Background : Traditionally valued by native Americans for problems of the female reproductive system, life root is now considered by herbalists to be unsafe for internal use.

    Preparation : The whole plant, including the root, is finely chopped and macerated in alcohol.

    Remedy Profile : Senecio is best suited to those who are restless, nervous, low-spirited, and unable to concentrate.
    The remedy is typically prescribed for hemorrhaging in the mucous membranes. Bleeding in the lungs or the throat, in congested and inflamed kidneys, or during menstruation may all be helped by Senecio, as may nosebleeds. Delayed or absent menstruation, accompanied by a thick vaginal discharge, appetite loss, excitability, and insomnia may also respond well to the remedy.

    Symptoms Better : For menstruation.

    Symptoms Worse : For dampness; for cold air; for sitting; during puberty; for sexual excitement.

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