Author: Jan Scholten
666.61.06 Adoxa moschatellina
English: Moschatel, Five-faced Bishop, Hollowroot, Muskroot, Townhall Clock, Tuberous Crowfoot.
Botany: sole genus Adoxa; hedgerows; Europe, Asia and North America; cool forests; flowers and plant, has a musk-like scent, which it emits towards evening when the dew falls. If the plant is bruised this scent disappears; inflorescence with one four-petalled flower facing upwards and four five-petalled flowers facing horizontally.
Starting because she feels as if someone was behind her.
Feels seen as extravagant.
Avoids company, to avoid opinions, comments or criticisms.
Lack of honour, respect, care, love for nature, earth, all beings.
Eyes: big, heavy; eyelids weary.
Throat: dry pharynx, oesophagus.
Stomach: stretched, bloated stillness.
Abdomen: contents feel sore, heavy, pulled forward, tight as if containing little windbags; bloated, as if eaten too much; qualmish in the epigastrium.