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Common Name: Compositae | Scientific Name: Eupatorium Aromaticum

Family Name: Asteraceae


Notes from the Eclectic Physicians

Notes from the Eclectic Physicians

1874: Scudder
Preparation – Prepare a tincture from the recent dried root, in the proportion of 3viij. to Alcohol 76degree Oj. Dose, gtts. x. to 3j.

This variety of the Eupatorium exerts a marked influence upon the brain, relieving irritation and promoting normal action. It is also diaphoretic, and probably influences, to a slight degree, all of the functions governed by the sympathetic. It will repay careful investigation.

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