Author: Jan Scholten
666.74.11 Angelica archangelica
Names: Angelica archangelica; Selinum archangelica; Angelica sativa; Angelica major; Angelica officinalis.
English: Engelwurz; Garden Angelica; Holy Ghost.
German: Erzengelwurz; Engelbrustwurz; Edle Angelika; Zahme Angelika; Heiligenbitter; Gartenangelika; Giftwurze; Heiliger Geist; Heiliggeistwurz; Theriakwurzel.
Dutch: Grote engelwortel.
Culture: Raphael; the Hermit.
Source: Anne Wirtz, Interhomeopathy, May 2009; North American.
They often prefer to live solitary, a bit like a monk. They fear to be controlled by their spouse and they need space for their spiritual development.
They often had a youth where parents were distant and cold. They prefer to control their emotions and spirituality and meditation are a big help for that.
Marriage difficult, she is cold and plays the victim of sex, revenging and controlling her husband.
Timid and strong.
Feeling cut off, spiritual isolation, separation, < materialistic, dense, technologically abstract world culture.
Thinking and perception slowed down.
Ailments from birth, death, festival celebrations, major life passages.
Alone, remote from the world, looking for an overview.
Caught in timeless patterns of eternal idealism.
Drive to purity and spirituality.
Time: < 9 pm, < 9 am.
Desire: alcoholic drinks; tobacco, cigars.
Head: nervous headache.
Throat: tonsillitis, laryngitis, hoarse.
Lungs: cough; asthma; chronic bronchitis; expectoration copious, difficult.
Stomach: atony; dyspepsia, ulcers.
Abdomen: bloated; enlarged spleen and liver.
Limbs: rheumatic pains; muscle tension, cramp; ankle oedema.
Skin: psoriasis; seborrhoic eczema; alopecia areata.