Author: Jan Scholten
644.55.09 Abrus precatorius
Names: Abrus precatorius.
German: Abrusbohne; Süßstrauch.
English: Gorse bush; Carb's Eye Vine; Indian Liquorice; Rosary Pea; Jequirity bean.
Botany: a climbing plant, small nearly globose seeds with a brilliant scarlet colour with a black scar indicating where they were attached to the pods; leaves are extremely sensitive to atmospheric disturbances.
Feeling that they almost can attain a pleasant life, without having too much burden, stress and work.
Weather: extremely sensitive, to atmospheric disturbances.
General: malaise; diabetes; oedema.
Fever: high temperature.
Eyes: epithelioma, lupus, ulcers, granular lids; conjunctivitis, purulent, diphtheritic, extending to face and neck; keratitis, trachoma, pannus.
Nose: ulcerative lupus, crusts.
Lungs: cough; tuberculosis.
Heart: pulse fast.
Urinary: urine retention.
Skin: erysipelatous inflammation; lupus; indolent ulcers, great cell growth, lupoid conditions, epithelioma sloughing ulcers; trichophytosis.
DD: Fabaceae, Acidums, Iron series, Nitricums, snakes.