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Canellales
DD: Phase 3, Boron, Carbon series.

Taxonomy
In the Apg3 classification Canellales is one of the Orders of Magnoliidae. It has 2 families Canellaceae and Winteraceae.
The only remedy known in homeopathy is Drymis winteri, which has strong qualities of Boron, Phase 3. Thus the Canellales are placed in Phase 3 of the Magnoliidae in the plant theory.

Families
Canellaceae: Canella, Capiscodendron, Cinnamodendron, Cinnamosma, Pleodendron, Warburgia.
Winteraceae: Belliolum, Bubbia, Drimys, Exospermum, Pseudowintera, Takhtajania, Tasmannia, Zygogynum.

Introduction
They have the child quality of the Magnoliidae, the Carbon series, specifically the Boron quality.
They are sensitive and unsure, waiting for reassurance and compliments. They have a constant need for affirmation, from their parents, especially their father. Later in life they need reassurance from others: teachers, husband, friends.
They have a feeling that they do not know where they stand. They feel they belong to the family but they cannot be themselves. They feel they have to adapt, be nice, do not show negative or unwanted sides of themselves. This makes them unsure and unbalanced, as if they do not stand in their own place. It expresses itself as vertigo, carsickness and seasickness.

Mind
Sensitive, easily frightened.
Losing themselves in contacts, their identity.
Lack of boundaries, not knowing where they start or the other ends.
Not knowing how to cope with the world, to express themselves, to handle, where they stand.
Powerless, unable to stand up against others.
Pleasing.
Sensitive, < noise.

Body
Vertigo !!, carsickness, seasickness, < roundabouts, < roller coaster.
Stomach: indigestion.
Skin: wounds.