Fraxinus americana, White Ash.
Enlargement of the uterus. Fibrous growths, subinvolution, and prolapse. Uterine tumors, with bearing-down sensations. Fever sores on lips. Cramps in feet. Cold creeping and hot flashes. Infantile eczema.
Head.--Throbbing pain in back of head. Depression, with nervous restlessness, anxiety. Hot spot on top of head.
Female.--Uterus enlarged, and patulous. Watery, unirritating leucorrhoea. Fibroids with bearing-down sensation, cramping in feet, worse in afternoon and night. Dysmenorrhoea.
Abdomen.--Tenderness in left inguinal region; bearing-down pain, extending down thigh.
Relationship.--Compare: Fraxinus excelsior.European Ash-(Gout; rheumatism. Infusion of ash-leaves. Rademacher).
Galega.(Goat's Rue-Backache; debility; anaemia and impaired nutrition. Increases the quantity and quality of the milk in nursing women, also the appetite).
Epiphegus; Sepia; Lilium.
Dose.--Ten to fifteen drops of tincture, three times a day.
Boericke's Materia Medica, 1901, was written by William Boericke. Excerpt: The Tinctures.