Author: Jan Scholten
English: Bloodroot; Bloodwort; Red puccoon root; Pauson; Tetterwort.
Botany: herb; thick, branching succulent, root stock; single long-stalked leaf; another stalk bearing a solitary flower, root with light orange or rather dark vermilion coloured juice, latex, with a bitter, acrid taste.
DD: ant-t, bell, chin, dig, gels, ign, indg, iris-v, justicia, meli, lach, ferr, Magnesium carbonicum, Magnesium muriaticum, phos, sep, spig, verat.
DD Ferrum: they have in common: working hard, red cheeks, right shoulder, right-sided headache.
Source: Alex Leupen, Interhomeopathy, January 2011.