Pulsatilla pratensis (common names Pasque Flower and Wind Flower)

Remedy information

Pulsatilla is prepared from Anemone pratensis when in flower. It grows native in the sunny and sandy pastures of Central and Northern Europe. It has been used in homeopathic medicine for over 200 hundred years.

Homeopathic remedy Pulsatilla for nild indigestion

Uses of Pulsatilla for Mild Indigestion


Indications (any combination of the symptoms below may suggest this remedy)

Indigestion with great tightness after a meal; must loosen clothing
Fat, oily, creamy food disagrees
Eructations; taste of food remains a long time
Pain in stomach one hour after eating
No two bowel movements alike
Always feels better in the open air; cannot bear a stuffy room
Pulsatilla for mild indigestion

What the experts say about Pulsatilla

William Boericke, M.D. (1927):

  • The weather-cock among remedies
  • The disposition and mental state are the chief guiding symptoms to the selection of Pulsatilla
  • Sad, crying readily; weeps when talking; changeable, contradictory

John Henry Clarke M.D. (1900):

  • Thirstlessness with all complaints
  • Bread especially lies heavy in the stomach

Constantine Hering (1879):

  • Frequent urging, as if diarrhea would occur
  • Wide awake in the evening, does not want to go to bed
  • Sleep before midnight prevented by a fixed idea

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