Author: Jan Scholten
654.14.11 Angophora costata, Angophora lanceolata
Name: ango = vessel, phora = carry.
Names: Metrosideros costatus.
Names: Gum myrtle.
Botany: fruit with sharp ribs, bark is rough and scaly; leaves lanceolate, dark green; creamy white flowers in large inflorescences.
Source: Australian bush; F. Kopp.
Sensation: bearing down, stitching.
Aversion: food; appetite decreased.
Physical: > lying flat on the face.
Energy: debility, < diarrhoea.
Vertigo: < diarrhoea, < constipation.
Ears: inflammation; discharge offensive dry; stitches in right ear.
Stomach: nausea, sickness, < diarrhoea.
Abdomen: flatulent distension; colicky pains, < evening.
Rectum: urge, bearing-down; ineffectual straining, > lying flat on the face; stool dry, hard, with blood; diarrhoea; constipation obstinate, then nausea; irritated, turgescence.