Author: Jan Scholten
655.37.14 Abroma augusta
English: Devil's cotton.
Botany: India; evergreen large shrub or a small tree; drooping branches; fluffy seeds like cotton balls.
Content: potassium, sodium and magnesium.
Excitement, easy irritability, quarrelling with colleagues.
Irritable, fretful, peevish, morose, bad-tempered, quarrelsome, ill humour, easily excited, angered, < contradiction, < menses, > talking.
Hindered and troubled by the loved ones, relatives.
Fear separation, being detached, alone, being estranged from his family, society.
Desire: contact, company, being joined, together and then separated.
Indifferent, to everything, to husband.
Cheerfulness. Immoderate laughing.
Energy: weakness of brain.
General uneasiness, languid; extreme exhaustion, inability and aversion to work.
Extreme exhaustion after coition, absence of sexual desire in males.
Delusion: head or legs separated, cut from body, < morning on rising, > motion; someone elseʼs feet are screwed on to his legs.
Dreams: falling in love; accident, dreadful incidents; robbers; extreme thirst; somebody is calling him.
Weather: < heat of sun; < snow.
Desire: fish; all kinds of food, meat, juicy things, salty things; water, cold, large quantities, thirst; food, voracious appetite.
Aversion: starchy food.
Physical: > bending backward.
Energy: exhaustion, great loss of flesh, << coition.
Nervous: convulsions; walking exaggerated.
Fever with chills and sweat.
Head: empty; headache, < sun, > motion, < open air, > pressure.
Nose: dry; coryza, thin, watery.
Mouth: dry, = drinking; bitter taste; dry tongue.
Heart: failure; pulse fast and full.
Abdomen: small ball pushing from inside, intermittently in umbilical region and right hypochondrium.
Female: pain, colic, < before or during menses, < start of flow; menorrhagia; dysmenorrhoea; amenorrhoea; leucorrhoea, yellowish white, acrid, whitish, thin, offensive.