Promotes the disclosure of secrets, resolution of mysteries, and revelation of truth;
Breaks down dishonesty and secrecy.
Put an infusion in a child’s bath water or the dried herb in their pillows to get them to behave.
Also Called: English Cowslip, Butter Rose, Password
Primroses have a very long history of medicinal use and has been particularly employed in treating conditions involving spasms, cramps, paralysis and rheumatic pains.
The plant contains saponins, which have an expectorant effect,and salicylates which are the main ingredient of aspirin and have anodyne, anti-inflammatory and febrifuge effects.
This remedy should not be prescribed for pregnant women, patients who are sensitive to aspirin, or those taking anti-coagulant drugs such as warfarin.
The roots and the flowering herb are anodyne, antispasmodic, astringent, emetic, sedative and vermifuge.
An infusion of the roots is a good remedy against nervous headaches.
An ointment has been made from the plant and used for treating skin wounds.