meadow windflower

meadow windflower,

n Latin name:
Pulsatilla vulgaris; part used: whole plant; uses: prevent or relieve cramps or spasms, induce perspiration, diuretic, promote menstrual flow, expectorant, eye disorders, relaxant, nettle rash, toothache, earache, bilious indigestion, measles, premenstrual syndrome, inflammations of the reproductive organs, tension headaches, neuralgia, hyperactivity, bacterial skin infections, septicemia, spasmodic coughs in asthma, whooping cough, bronchitis; precautions: upper respiratory tract infection, skin irritation, kidney irritation, urinary tract irritation, diarrhea, and vomiting. Also called
european pasqueflower, kuchenschelle, pulsatila, wildemanskruid, and
pasque flower.