Author: Jan Scholten
666.34.05 Campanula rapunculus
English: Rampion bellflower; Rapunzel.
Culture: fairy tale Rapunzel; child given away to a witch, imprisoned in a tower, can only be reached by her long hair, a prince finds her, the witch bans Rapunzel to the desert, makes the prince blind, Rapunzel has twins and heals the prince with her tears.
Source: Interhomeopathy, April 2012.
Hesitating, alternating to become independent.
Giving too much in relationships, to husband.
Desire to escape an environment which continuously accused him of not being up to par.
Soft, sympathetic, with animals.
Ungrounded, light, floating.
Lack of space.
Love problems, feels unloved by father and mother.
Capable, spiritual, sensitive, intuitive.
Desire autonomy, self-willed.
Energy: weak, unsure, feels unsafe, unprotected, like a little child.
Feels undervalued, seen as not good and special enough.
Wants to escape.
Weather: chilly, <- too hot.
Aversion: fat, meat.
Food: < cheese.
Ears: earaches, otitis, terrible pain, miserable, hot, < wet, < wind; mumps.
Lungs: respiration problems, lack of air.
Female: labour difficult, dilation problems; ovary cysts.