Author: Jan Scholten
Asparagaceae is a subfamily of Asparagaceae in the Apg3 classification. This is soemtimes expressed as Asparagaceae sensu strictu, in a restricted sense, is a subfamily of Asparagaceae sensu lato, in a broad sense. Asparagaceae, Ruscaceae and Laxmanniaceae form a monophyletic clade in the Apg3 classification.
Ruscaceae has also been called Nolinaceae, Nolinoideae. The genera were once included in diverse families like Dracaenaceae, Convallariaceae and Eriospermaceae.
In the Plant theory Asparagaceae, Ruscaceae and Laxmanniaceae are taken together as Asparagaceae and placed in Subphase 4.
Asparagaceae: Asparagus, Myrsiphyllum, Protasparagus.
Ruscaceae: Aspidistra, Beaucarnea, Calibanus, Campylandra, Comosperma, Convallaria, Danaë, Dasylirion, Disporopsis, Dracaena, Eriospermum, Gonioscypha, Heteropolygonatum, Liriope, Maianthemum, Nolina, Ophiopogon, Peliosanthes, Pleomele, Polygonatum, Reineckea, Rohdea, Ruscus, Sansevieria, Semele, Speirantha, Theropogon, Tricalistra, Tupistra.
They have a desire for paradise. There is an idyllic quality, a feeling that life can and should be good, giving everything in affluence and with a strong home base, a stable family. There is a shock when the family is falling apart.
Feeling central in family and friends, which give them safety but also responsibility for it.
Feels neglected, excluded, in religion, society, being special, < being repulsive.
Sexual, amorous, nymphomania, lascivious.
Delusion: being pregnant, being smaller, poisoned.
Laughing, < startling, sleep.
Insanity alternating diseases.
Dreams: storm, marriage.
Sensation: excluded, forced out; extruded; squeezed, oppressed; constrained; constricted; bearing down.
Weather: > warm.
Time: < morning.
Physical: >< motion, < walking, > pressure, > bending, < touch; < stool, < vomit, < urination.
Discharge: copious, watery.
General: anodyne; leukaemia, hard tumours and swellings.
Heart: pain, palpitations < lying left side.
Urinary: constant urge; dropsy.
Female: pain bearing down, uterus; sores on genitals; vaginal discharge; infertility; afterbirth retained.
Skin: warts abdomen; ulcers, scalds, burns, plague sores.