Author: Jan Scholten
665.27.06 Asclepias tuberosa
English: Milkweed, red-purple.
French: Asclepiade tubereuse.
Botany: North American.
In mucovicoidosis the chlorine is disturbed and thus the mucus becomes viscid and sticky and is difficult to detach and expel. The chlorine shows the connection with the mother which expresses itself in children in a strong clinging to their mother. They have a strong fear to be left alone which is often increased after the divorce of their parents. The clinging is also an expression of Stage 6 which has a tendency to be tenacious, holding on to their goal and not giving up.
Rejected, condemned by family.
Hatred after abuse of his trust.
Dullness, with headache; forgetful for what he just thought; indolence, prostration of mind, mental exhaustion, brain fag, < - work.
Eccentricity; hysteria, gesturing; boasting.
Exhilaration, < evening; mirth, hilarity, liveliness; cheerfulness, gaiety, happiness, before irritability.
Restlessness, < night.
Sadness, morose, sulky, cross, fretful, ill-humour, peevish.
Dreams: troublesome; flying; the country; business of the day; churches; political affairs; reckless boasting; trying to sing political songs in a very loud voice in spite of spies being present; duels.
Dreams: animals, horses; ghosts, spectres, supernatural things, troubles.
Sensation: cutting; lancinating, sharp, stitching.
Sweat: scanty; copious, hands, forehead.
Desire: sweet, pasta, French fries, fruit, lemons, spicy.
Food: ` < tobacco.
Aversion: warm food, vegetables.
Head: forehead distending; pain, > foot bath.
Nose: pustules; itching; sneezing; nosebleed.
Lungs: bronchitis; cough, > expectoration, very difficult expectoration; asthma, < wet weather; mucous tough, viscid; pleurisy.
Chest: oppression, < tobacco; pain, < singing, < speaking loud, > bending forward.
Stomach: bursting, < laughing.
Abdomen: flatulent colic.
Rectum: stool moss green, offensive, rotten eggs; burning as fire.
Limbs: pain, rheumatic, shooting, shoulder, left, < holding things long, < after rising in morning, coming from chest.
Skin: serous; mucous.