Do you have a Pulsatilla baby?

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Angela of Grassfed Mama shares healthy tips for busy moms.
Angela of Grassfed Mama shares healthy tips for busy moms.



What is Pulsatilla anyways?

Pulsatilla, also known as pasqueflower or windflower, is a genus of flowering plants in the Ranunculaceae family. These plants are native to meadows and prairies in North America, Europe, and Asia. Pulsatilla species are perennial herbs with finely divided leaves and bell-shaped flowers that range in color from purple to white, depending on the species.

Pulsatilla has a long history of medicinal use, particularly in traditional herbal medicine. It has been used to treat various ailments, including respiratory conditions like coughs and bronchitis, menstrual disorders, and skin conditions. Additionally, pulsatilla has been used to alleviate symptoms of anxiety, insomnia, and digestive issues.

What is homeopathy? 

“the treatment of disease by minute doses of natural substances that in a healthy person would produce symptoms of disease.”

Homeopathy is a holistic system of alternative medicine that was developed over 200 years ago by the German physician Samuel Hahnemann. The fundamental principle of homeopathy is “like cures like,” which means that a substance that causes symptoms in a healthy person can be used to treat similar symptoms in a sick person when given in a highly diluted form.

In homeopathy, remedies are made from natural substances, such as plants, minerals, or animal products, which are then prepared through a process of dilution and succussion (vigorous shaking). This process is believed to release the energetic or vibrational qualities of the substance, which are thought to stimulate the body’s innate healing abilities.

Homeopathic remedies are prescribed based on the principle of individualization, meaning that the remedy chosen is tailored to the specific symptoms and characteristics of the person seeking treatment, rather than just targeting the disease or condition.

Homeopathy is used to treat a wide range of acute and chronic conditions, including respiratory infections, allergies, digestive disorders, skin conditions, and emotional issues. Advocates of homeopathy believe that it offers gentle, non-toxic, and non-invasive treatment options that support the body’s natural ability to heal itself.

However, it’s important to note that homeopathy is a controversial practice, and its efficacy is a subject of debate among healthcare professionals and researchers. While some studies have shown positive results for certain conditions treated with homeopathy, others have found no evidence of effectiveness beyond that of a placebo.

As with any form of complementary or alternative medicine, it’s essential to consult with a qualified healthcare professional before using homeopathy, especially as a substitute for conventional medical treatment. Additionally, individuals should be aware that homeopathic remedies are not regulated in the same way as pharmaceutical drugs and may vary in quality and consistency.

Pulsatilla Personalities

Pulsatilla types are the happiest babies and people when they are around others. This baby “is sweet, clingy, cuddly, needy, demanding of attention and affection, and easily changing from tears to smiles when comforted”

This is how I would describe my Pulsatilla Baby:

– Always wants to be held by mommy

– So so happy to be around others (doesn’t like to be alone)

– Stops crying immediately when picked up and changed to big smiles

– Seems more needy at night

Do you have a Pulsatilla Baby?

We have been dealing with a teething baby for the past 6 weeks. In those 6 weeks she has had 5 teeth break through… not fun for baby or mommy!

I have been using my natural teething tool kit.  However, I was using the wrong homeopathic tablet for her!

Aidalyn (my first) was a chamomilla baby, so the Hyland’s teething tablets worked really well for her. Annaleigh is a pulsatilla baby, so I need to use those tablets for her.

Do you use homeopathics for your babies? Do you have any homeopathics that are your favorite to use?

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Read more from Mommypotamus here about using pulsatilla for teething babies.

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  1. I just received my Pulsatilla 30c package. I am fairly convinced I have a Pulsatilla baby and am praying this might help her settle and sleep better. How do you administer the Pulstilla for your babies? Crush up the tablet and place on the tongue? Full tablet under the tongue? Dissolve in water? I’ve seen multiple methods online. Thank you!

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