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Stoneroot, horsebalm, richweed.
Key Uses:HemorrhoidsLabor or pregnancy problems, such as itchy vulva during pregnancy, or diarrhea after laborMenstrual painPelvic aches
Origin : Native to moist woodlands in eastern North America.
Background : Stoneroot is so called due to its hard, knotted root. It is used herbally in a poultice for bruises and sores.
Preparation : The fresh root is chopped and macerated in alcohol.
Remedy Profile : Collinsonia is best suited to people who have a gloomy temperament. They tend to experience strange bodily sensations, including the feeling that the body is being pricked by needles, that it is enlarged, and that the lower limbs are disembodied.
The classic symptom for this remedy is of sore, bleeding hemorrhoids, with a sensation of constriction, pricking pain, and sharp sticks in the rectum, which is prone to fissures.
Collinsonia is also used for menstrual pain, pelvic aches, and labor or pregnancy problems such as an itchy vulva during pregnancy, or diarrhea after labor. It is especially appropriate if symptoms occur with rectal or bowel disorders.
Symptoms Better : For heat; in the morning.
Symptoms Worse : At night; for cold; during pregnancy; for emotional stress.