caulophyllum


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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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Fruit set and seed set differed significantly between the two Caulophyllum thalictroides varieties.
Stigmatic pollen loads of Caulophyllum thalictroides var.
The sporadic occurrence of insect visitors, combined with the predominance of flies among those visitors captured, indicates that insect-mediated pollen transfer among flowers and among plants is an uncommon event, resulting in more self-pollination than cross-pollination in Caulophyllum.
Results of experimental self- and cross-pollinations of Caulophyllum thalictroides var.
Caulophyllum 30c has helped many women to have an easier birth - start taking two months prior to the delivery date.
Caulophyllum is invaluable to ease the passage of labour, and the list goes on.
ATHE remedy Caulophyllum is recommended to help ease labour.
A TWO months before your expected delivery date start a course of Caulophyllum 30c.