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Pleurisy root, butterfly weed.
Key Uses:CatarrhRespiratory inflammation, such as bronchitis, influenza, pleurisy, or other feverish conditions with a painful, dry, hacking coughRheumatic pain in the muscles and joints
Origin : Native to the southern US.
Background : Traditionally considered a cure- all in native American herbalism, pleurisy root was often used to treat fevers.
Preparation : The fresh root is chopped and macerated in alcohol.
Remedy Profile : Those for whom Asclepias tub. is most appropriate tend to be depressed, languid, and unable to concentrate.
Asclepias tub. is associated particularly with rheumatic pain and catarrh, both tending to arise in damp weather. The rheumatic pain is characterized by stitchlike pains in the muscles and joints. The remedy may be prescribed for many forms of respiratory inflammation, such as bronchitis, influenza, pleurisy, or other feverish conditions with a painful, dry, hacking cough. The chest may feel warm with sharp pains, especially when breathing deeply. The above symptoms are often accompanied by copious perspiration, catarrh, and restless, uneasy sleep.
Symptoms Better : For bending forward, which eases pain in the lungs.
Symptoms Worse : For movement; for deep breathing; for lying down; in the morning; in winter.