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caulophyllum (k·lō·fīˑ·lm),

n a homeopathic preparation of blue cohosh root used to treat dysmenorrhea, weak uterine muscle tone, and difficulty in conceiving. See also cohosh, blue.
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In a case of a PCOS patient with amenorrhea, include Caulophyllum thalictroides at a dose of 2 mL per day to help induce the menses.
The two main homeopathic tinctures she took were Hydrasis or Goldenseal, a perennial herb of the buttercup family which is often used as a multipurpose remedy, and Caulophyllum (right), a distinctive spring flower from eastern Asia and eastern North America, well known as an alternative medicine for inducing childbirth.
A THE homoeopathic remedy Caulophyllum can help ease the passage of labour.
These were Aristida longispica, Carex prasina, Caulophyllum giganteum, Epifagus virginiana, Fagus grandifolia, Fraxinus nigra, Magnolia acuminata, Prosartes lanuginosa, Pedicularis lanceolata, Sambucus racemosa ssp.
A TWO months before your due date start taking caulophyllum 30c - two tablets on alternate days, dissolved slowly under the tongue without handling.