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Wyethia helenoides syn. Alarconia helenoides
Poison weed, California compass plant.
Key Uses:Hay fever, with itching in the ears, palate, and the back of the nose, a scalding sensation in the mouth, and violent sneezing
Origin : Native to North America.
Background : This plant takes its Latin name from N. B. Wyeth, the naturalist who first discovered it in the mountains of North America.
Preparation : The fresh root is steeped in alcohol, diluted, and succussed.
Remedy Profile : Uneasy, nervous behavior is typical of people who respond best to Wyethia. They may expect a calamity to befall them.
The classic symptom picture for Wyethia is of hay fever with violent sneezing, dryness, and itching in the ears, palate, and the back of the nose, and a scalding sensation in the mouth. There is often a great urge to rub the palate with the tongue to relieve the itching.
Symptoms Better : None known.
Symptoms Worse : In the afternoon; for movement; for exercise that raises a sweat; for eating.