Pulsatilla patens is a US native species of flowering plant in the family Ranunculaceae; Pulsatilla vulgaris is native to Europe, Russia, Mongolia, China, Canada and the United States. Common names include Eastern pasqueflower, prairie crocus, and cutleaf anemone
Those who have used it to any extent, declare it to be of great value in nervous erethism, especially when reflex, and due to disordered states of the sexual organs or the digestive tract. It is useful in chlorosis, with great nervousness, in neuralgia, characterized by its wandering, erratic character. We find it specific in catarrhal affections, especially in mucous diarrhoea and leucorrhoea. It causes venous congestion, and is useful in varicosis. It has cured urticaria, and itching papulae. It is as useful in nervous or gastric sick headache, as is the pulsatilla of Europe.
Colds and coughs:Heavily congested catarrh and blocked nose and shortness of breath.
Sinusitis: Swollen feeling of the face sensitive to touch especially in the sinus areas.
Hayfever, Sore throat
Chicken pox: Associated with low fever.
Fever: Alternating between being hot and cold.
Premenstrual stress syndrome especially in people that tend to be mild and weepy.
A sense of a sprained back and weakness of the back. In women it can be associated with menstrual pain.
Urgent and frequent urination.
Additional symptoms may be sensitivity to light and smelly discharge from the eyes and nose.
Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.
Restless sleep with many dreams and nightmares, waking hot and sweaty and not able to settle back to sleep.
None are recorded.
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Eastern pasqueflower, prairie crocus, and cutleaf anemone
Source: Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pulsatilla_patens