Meadow anemone is also called wind flower, small pasque flower or Pulsatilla pratenis. It is a small flower that has been used medicinally all the way back to Ancient Greece. Several illnesses or conditions have been treated including colds, pregnancy issues, gynecological issues, digestive issues and eye problems. Herbalists use it by turning it into a pulp, steeping it in water and alcohol and then straining and diluting it.
Yeast infection sufferers would have homeopathic practitioners use Pulsatilla pratenis if they had the following symptoms;
- A creamy white or yellowy vaginal discharge.
- Symptoms change a lot and vary day to day.
- A need for affection.
- Very sore in the vaginal area.
- Burning of the labia causing great discomfort.
- Itching labia.