Author: Jan Scholten
666.74.03 Anethum graveolens
Names: Pastinaca graveolens, Pastinaca anethum, Ferula graveolens, Angelica graveolens, Peucedanum graveolens, Peucedanum anethum, Selinum anethum, Anethum arvense.
German: Dillfenchel, Gurkenkraut, Teufelsdill.
Source: North American.
Overwhelmed, bombarded by too many impressions experiences.
Overstimulated, stunned, stifled, by the cacophony of modern technological age.
Feels shame about the adultery of his spouse.
Desire: sweet, beer, coffee.
Aversion: legumes, wheat, drinks.
General: internal haemorrhages, blood purifier.
Nervous: neurological problems.
Throat: sore, pressing, lump.
Lungs: bronchitis; asthma; hiccough, of children.
Stomach: dyspepsia; vomiting immediately after nursing.
Abdomen: swollen, diarrhoea, pains in bowels, flatulent colic of infants.
Female: menses absent, leucorrhoea, gonorrhoea.
Urinary: kidney ulcerated; cystitis; urine scanty.
Skin: green wounds, ulcers.