Author: Jan Scholten
Botany: 37 genera; 1610 species; trees and shrubs; with milky sap; capsules for seeds; tropical; leaves opposite; latex.
Bonnetiaceae: 3 genera and 35 species; Neotropics.
Calophyllaceae: 14 genera.
Hypericaceae: 9 genera.
Clusiaceae, Hypericaceae, Bonnetiaceae, Podostemacaea and Calophyllaceae are a monophyletic group in the Apg3 classification, sometimes named Clusiaceae sensu latu. Caryocaraceae, an unknown family in homeopathy, seems to be near to this group.
In the Plant theory Podostemacaea is split off from Clusiaceae. Clusiaceae is placed in Subphase 4.
They have a marked insecurity about themselves and about their position in the family and the community. They are easily shaken, shocked, seeing everything as a confirmation that they are doing something wrong, that they are not adapting enough. They try to please everyone, to such a degree that they get out of their balance, out of their centre. A small accident can be experienced as a major shock, as if they are struck by lightning. It is like a shock permeating their whole system.
Reputation damage, of oneself and his family.
The lost sheep of the family.
Keeping together, enclosing.
Industrious, busy, restless.
Protection, physical, clothing, spiritual.
Meditation, quiet, industrious, submission, outbursts.
Sensation: struck by lightning; punctured, smashed, stitching, < undressing.
Physical: < injury; < punctures.
Infection: bacteria, Coli, Staphylococcus, Klebsiella, pseudomonas; virus, fungi.
Throat: carotids pulsating in morning.
Lungs: respiration fast.
Heart: diseases; pulse fast; thrombosis.
Chest: pain stitching under breasts.
Rectum: diarrhoea, cholera in hot weather; dysentery; worms, parasites.
Back: pain coccyx.
Limbs: rheumatism; nerve injuries.
Skin: dermatitis, < light, sun; itching; ulcers; scabies.