any one of several plants, including the lower celandine and fireweed, which are respected to work in dealing with hemorrhoids.
some of different unrelated plants, but particularly the lesser celandine, supposed to be effective in treating heaps (hemorrhoids).
A plant (Ranunculus Ficaria of Linnæus) whoever tuberous origins have been utilized in poultices as a particular for the heaps.
the buttercups, Ranunculus Ficaria, typical in European countries and western Asia.
perennial natural herb indigenous to Europe but naturalized elsewhere having heart-shaped leaves and yellowish flowers resembling buttercups; its tuberous roots have now been utilized as a poultice to relieve heaps