Author: Jan Scholten
652.16.07 Astilbe rubra, Astilbe chinensis
English: Chinese astilbe.
Botany: herb; alternate, pinnately compound leaves, on thin stems; flowers are purple; prefers full sun, moist clay soils.
Source: Sense provings.
From a wealthy family, higher class, having many relationships, friends, in clubs, always friendly because relationships and friends can always be needed for one’s career in financial and juridical problems, for advice and free support.
Playing pranks, parade, procession, fanfare, exuberance.
Everything is very well taken care of, their home, car and garden, shipshape; living in classy neighbourhoods.
Woman, manager; trying to reach the top, sustained, unforced.
Member of many clubs, Lion’s Club.
Loquacity but very closed.
They expect help and support, to receive from everyone, their husband, for free because they are always friendly and good looking, very well cared for; one can always show off with them.
Nose: smell gone.
Mouth: taste dry, tasteless.
Abdomen: elderly diabetes.
Back: neck pain, as if breaking, broken; whiplash.
Limbs: varicose veins, oedema.