Author: Jan Scholten
English: Cashew family; Sumac family.
Botany: ± 80 genera; ± 700 species; resin canals; ovule with 1 locule.
Content: polyphenols; flavonoids, biflavonoids; flavonols, fisetin, fustin, sulfuretin.
DD: Oxygen, Chlorum, Silver Series.
Anacardiaceae is one of the main Families in the Sapindales in the Apg3 classification.
In the Plant theory Anacardiaceae is placed in Subphase 2.
The theme is to adapt to conserve the hierarchy in the family and society. It gives the feeling of having no say, of having no special quality and just being one of the many. This leads to an inner contradiction as they feel special, princess-like.
Suppressed by family or partners, by a tyrannical and alcoholic father or a nasty stepmother. The theme of Cinderella, who is special but disrespected, not seen in her true glory. They feel neglected, used, abused, despised, treated as an outcast. Often they are maltreated and abused by their father.
They feel special, like a princess. They can be a spiritual and intellectual authority. They have the idea that they have good insight, are creative and can tell people essential things. But often they are not seen as special, they are unappreciated for who they are. They can feel humiliated, put down or belittled. Or they can start doing it to themselves.
They can be immigrants who feel downgraded in their new society. They feel that they have to adapt and feel grateful for a minor position in society. They are not seen in their value, in their special qualities, intelligence and creativity, not by family and friends, nor by society.
Victim of intrigues, unfortunate; powerless.
Restlessness, always on the move.
Memory poor, forgetful.
Feels threatened, attacked, betrayed, cheated, insulted, by relatives, evil forces, devils.
Feels cursed, an outcast due to wicked deeds.
Hard, cruel, unfeeling.
Angry, rage, fury, abusive, scolding, censorious, mocking, sarcasm.
Delusion: people, relatives and surroundings are strange, unrecognisable.
Dreams: fire, death, diseases, dangers, strangers.
Sensation: caught, stuck, restricted, constricted, stiff, tight, tension, bandaged; cramps, pressing; lump, plug; band.
Food: > eating.
Physical: > motion, < sitting, < rest, < in house.
Nervous: paralysis; immobile.
Limbs: arthritis; myalgia; problems of aponeuroses, tendons, joints, < strain, < sprains, < overexertion; cellulitis.
Skin: herpetic eruptions, erysipelas; itching, burning, > hot applications.