Latin Name: Drosera Rotundifolia
Common Name: sundew, red rot, youthwort, moorgrass
Description: Used for violent coughs with exhaustion, cramps, absense of thirst, shivering, vomiting, nosebleeds. It is also used for growing pain, bone pain, stiffness, or hoarse voice. Those who use this remedy may be restless, have fears, have difficulty with concentration, or have insomnia. Symptoms worsen after midnight, lying down, talking, or singing (Lockie 96, Jonas 258).
Latin Name: Dulcamara
Common Name: woody nightshade
Description: Used for symptoms due to cold or wet weather, susceptibility to colds which may lead to other illness such as: conjunctivitis, cystitis, wheezing cough, or diarrhea, also used for colds with thick yellow mucus. Dulcamara is also used for hives, ringworm, itchy, crusting eruptions and large smooth warts (Lockie 145).