Author: Jan Scholten
Botany: shrubs, trees; evergreen; leaves alternate, non-ericoid, entire or serrate, convolute in bud; inflorescences terminal, racemose or paniculate; bracts present, bracteoles paired, ± basal; calyx not articulated with pedicel; inside of corolla with unicellular hairs; filaments conspicuously asymmetrically dilated; fruit indehiscent, fleshy, brightly colored, with a bony or fibrous endocarp.
Content: high levels of ellagic acid.
In the Apg3 classification Arbutoideae is a subfamily in the Ericaceae.
In the Plant theory Vaccinioideae is placed in Subphase 4 in Ericales.
They feel they have to sustain and protect their family. This arises often in situations where things have gone wrong, where there is disease, fights and divorce or poverty. They are convinced that they have to do it, that they are responsible and that others expect them to be the central figure.
They feel responsible in a more general way for the world. They want to ameliorate the world, making it a better place for everyone. They cannot stand poverty or disease in the world.
Standing up for, defending one’s happy family, spouse and children.
Back: stiff; ankylosing spondylitis.
Limbs: hands stiff.