Author: Jan Scholten
666.45.12 Calendula officinalis, Calendula
English: Pot marigold.
Names: calendula is a modern Latin diminutive of calendae, meaning little calendar.
Culture: Virgin Mary.
Content: flavonol glycosides, triterpene oligoglycosides, oleanane-type triterpene glycosides, saponins, a sesquiterpene glucosides.
The most typical thing is that they cannot stand injustice. They will stand up for people who are bullied, humiliated, belittled, or ridiculed. Respect is a key concept. They want to be respected and everyone else to be respected and honoured too, seen as a human being with dignity. They hate initiations with humiliation, like those of students. They have a high standard of morals. They fight for respect and independence for everyone.
Unsure from stress.
Desire to have an image of being a strong and stable man, sure, respected and honoured.
Cheerful, friendly, popular, humorous.
Desire sport, social life.
Desire: comfort, support, consolation, care.
Delusion no resistance, - > resistance.
Obstinate, angry, bossy.
Feels as if he would fall from a height, when falling asleep.
Dreams: falling, from high places; teeth falling out; water; high waves.
Sensation: beaten, torn, lacerated.
Weather: chilly; cold hands; < damp, heavy, cloudy weather; heat in evening.
Desire: food, bulimia.
Discharge: blood; haemorrhages.
Energy: exhausted < loss of blood, < excessive pain.
Nervous: neuroma; neuritis < lacerated wounds; paralysis after apoplexy.
General: cancer; leukaemia.
Fever: high, hectic, influenza, measles; catarrhal, coldness, < open air, shuddering in back.
Head: tearing headache; weight on brain; lacerated scalp wounds.
Eyes: injuries, suppuration, < operations; blenorrhoea of lachrymal sac.
Ears: deafness, < damp houses; hears best on a train and distant sounds.
Nose: sinusitis, frontal; hayfever; coryza, cold, one-sided, < in damp weather; green discharge; deafness.
Mouth: haemorrhage, < tooth extraction; < dentition.
Throat: submaxillary glands swollen, painful, < touch; pain in right side of neck; hoarseness.
Lungs: cough, green expectoration.
Stomach: heartburn with horripilations; nausea in chest; vomiting; sinking.
Abdomen: epigastric distension; distension of inguinal ring, < cough, liver problems.
Female: menses suppressed; menorrhagia; cervix low, warts, chronic endocervicitis; uterus hypertrophy, weight fullness in pelvis; stretching and dragging in groin; pain on sudden movements; lacerations during labour.
Limbs: sprain; ! torn muscles; chapped hands; rupture of muscles or tendons; ecchymosis.
Skin: !! abrasions, infected, with dirt, suppurating; wounds torn, lacerated, old, neglected, offensive; yellow; slough, proud flesh and raised edges; goose-flesh; eczema; erysipelas; threatening gangrene; ulcers irritable, inflamed, sloughing, varicose; painful as if beaten; excessive secretion of pus; stings of insects.