Author: Jan Scholten
655.43.13 Commiphora myrrha
Names: Balsamea myrrha; Commiphora molmol.
Use: yellow, gum resin; bitter cleansing perfume; embalming mixtures.
Source: Enna Stallinga, Interhomeopathy, April 2010.
Penitence as a compensation for having pursued worldly matters above religious ones.
Ailments from seeing the suffering of the world; trauma, war.
Purity, sacred, soft.
Caring, helping, giving.
Sensitive, sympathy, sweet, soft.
Guilt feelings, from deaths in the family.
Ambitious, perfectionism, things are never done good enough.
Responsible, tough on themselves.
Sad, bitter tears, < stories of suicide.
Desire to make it up for the death of family members.
Fear: failure; frogs; shadow, dark, background, underground.
Dream: violence; being shot.
Nose: otitis externa; sinusitis.
Mouth: thrush; infected gums; ulcerated tongue.
Throat: sore, ulcers; tonsillitis, large and infected glands.
Lungs: respiratory weakness; difficult expectoration; bronchitis.
Chest: inflammation breast.
Stomach: chronic gastritis; dyspepsia.
Abdomen: pain; gas.
Rectum: diarrhoea; frequent mucous stools.
Female: dragging, weight, female pelvis; leucorrhoea; menses suppressed in anaemic young girls; bleeding post partem.
Limbs: debility. with difficult expectoration.
Skin: warts, felon.