Author: Jan Scholten
633.55.09 Agave americana
English: Century Plant; American Aloe.
French: Agave; Abécédaire.
Use: alcoholic drink pulque.
Lack of power, virility.
Women unconnected to masculine power.
Quarrelsomeness, excitement, fright inability to swallow, great anxiety.
One lives on in one’s children.
Mother is too busy with her lovers to have time and attention for her children.
Lost love, joy and voice.
Going with the winds.
Adaptable; no opinion of their own.
Confused; tangled in a network of people and opinions.
Difficult to accept destiny, humility, surrender.
Fear: water, hydrophobia; suffocation.
Delusions: incurable, unrecognised disease; suffocated.
Aversion: food, appetite poor.
Mouth: gums swollen, bleeding.
Heart: pulse small, feeble.
Stomach: pain; indigestion.
Urinary: urination painful, dribbling.
Male: erections painful, excruciating in gonorrhoea; chordee; drawing in the spermatic cord and testicles, extending to the thighs; urethritis with offensive purulent discharge.
Back: pain lumbar, breaking, broken, < stooping, > motion, > walking.
Limbs: legs covered with dark purple blotches, swollen, painful and hard; ecchymosis; purpura haemorrhagica legs.