Delphinium staphisagria is a ranunculacea that grows in the southern area of Europe. Its homoeopathy use includes both physical and emotional cuts. On a psychological level, it is prescribed when there is rage with indignation that has been suppressed for a long time and rarely expressed.
It is usually used to relieve pain and the scarring of cuts from a knife or glass or more specifically from surgery especially if they are large such as abdominal surgery, a C-section or curettage of the gums. Another frequent application is for cystitis either caused by the use of a catheter or by intimate relations. This is for very painful cystitis with very little urine emission. The urethra burns not only while urinating but also very intensely before and after. The sensation is described as have continuously a drop going down the urethra. Frequently this type of cystitis is associated with a bacterial infection and the doctor will need to assess if antibiotics are required. It can also be of great help for people who have suffered harassment and humiliation such as abused women where it can help to relieve the emotional wound which is so difficult to treat. As you can see, this is a multi-usage remedy but the main line of prescription is always to treat cuts.
"It is usually used to relieve pain and the scarring of cuts from a knife or glass or more specifically from surgery especially if they are large such as abdominal surgery, a C-section or curettage of the gums. "