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The herb has a long use as a medicine in central and north American herbal traditions, being taken in Mexico for insomnia, epilepsy, and hysteria.
General antispasmodic for long-term use in asthma.
An adjunct in chronic dyspnea as a muscle relaxant.
Hypertension with elevated diastole, arterial hypertonicity; tobacco heart; palpitations in evening with emotional agitation.
As an adjunct in chorea.
Convulsions, when other medications may not be necessary.
Delirium tremens in sthenics.
Epilepsy, when aura is present but condition is marginal for standard medication.
To prevent anxieties when insomnia is feared.
General insomnia in sthetic individuals.
Functional exophthalmos hyperfunction.
Premenstral syndrome, with insomnia, restless in the evening.
Colic infants, with crying, agitated, hysterical.
Cough in infants, emotional, neurotic.
Fever in infants, agitated and hysterical with pain on palpitation of hypochondrium or epigastric region.
Infant teething, with usual agitation and GI disturbances.
Depression, prementural, with congestion and uterine heaviness.
Hysteria from psychoactive drug use.
Headache, migraine-like, chronic in evenings without hypoglycemia.
Headache in hypertensive states with ringing in ears.
Andrew Chevallier. DK Publishing. (2016). Encyclopedia of Herbal Medicine (3rd ed.). New York, NY. 119.
Michael Moore. Southwest School of Botanical Medicine. (1997). Specific Indication for Herbs in General Use [Pamphlet]. Brisbee, AZ: Author. 35.