Rubia tinctorum

Natural History.
      Rubia tinctorum.
      Madder.
      N.O. Rubiaceae. Tincture of the root.

Clinical.
      Anaemia.
      Bones, affections of.
      Spleen, affections of.

Characteristics.
      The bones of young animals fed on Madder become tinged red.
      Burnett has found Rub. t. and excellent remedy (in ten-drop doses of the ø) in anaemia and under-nourished conditions, especially in splenic anaemia.

Relations.
      Compare: Chin., Coff., Galium (bot.).
      In anaemia, Ferr.