Author: Jan Scholten
666.74.11 Angelica sinensis
Names: Angelica sinensis; Dies-Umbelliferous.
English: Dong-Quay; Tang kuei Root.
Botany: smell is musky and sweet.
Marriage difficult, she is cold and plays the victim of sex, revenging and controlling her husband.
Restless, must move.
Desire to go to a peaceful place, away from people.
Dreams: death; funerals, falling into deep, black pit; dead people; nightmare; restless, agitated.
Weather: < heat, sun; < cold; > fresh air, open air.
Time: < 5 pm.
Desire: ice cubes.
Aversion: food, loss of appetite.
Food: < fats; < sweets, pastries, sugar.
Sleep: disturbed; short; irregular; unrefreshing; waking, < heat; sleep after meals.
Physical: < movement; < contact; < pressure of collar.
Head: headache, < meals, at the nape of the neck.
Male: libido irregular with loss of sexual appetite; impotence.
Female: menses scanty, late, with fainting, breast congestion, diarrhoea and occasional vomiting; amenorrhoea; pre-menstrual mammary congestion and legs heavy; flushes, discomfort, < menopausal complaints; leucorrhoea profuse, milky, irritating; intercourse uncomfortable, painful; pain and congestion in the left ovary; benign breast tumours, nodule, cysts; mastitis.