Author: Jan Scholten
Botany: succulent; South Africa; hairs, brushes or wax protect them.
Content: piperidine alkaloids, sedamine, sedacrine, sedinine; pyridine alkaloids; cardia glycosids; proanthocyanins; seduheptulose.
DD: Natrium, Muriaticum, Sulphur, Nitrogen, Iron series.
In old classifications Crassulaceae has already been associated with Saxifragaceae and has been placed in the Order Saxifragales. This is the same in the Apg3 classification
In the Plant theory Crassulaceae is treated the same way. It is placed in Subphase 5 in Saxifragales.
There is a conflict between feeling special and strong and on the other hand feeling weak and small. They have the idea that they have special talents and qualities but these are not seen or acknowledged. It gives them the tendency to show that they are special, to boast about themselves. But they also have the feeling they are still too weak, have shown too little to have any rights.
They have strong emotions, can be very passionate and enthusiastic. But they have to suppress their emotions in order to be accepted, to be able to stay with the higher social class.
Try to gain respect with their enthusiasm and passion.
Enthusiastic, vivacious, passionate, emotional, hysterical.
Hiding their emotions, emotions suppressed.
Closed, introvert, do not talk about pains, emotions.
Dull, anaesthesia, stupefaction.
Mother of thousands, father of none.
Prepared for the worst, enduring harsh environments.
Sad, depressed, lack of joy.
Powerful, alternating collapse, weakness.
Themes: injury, cracks, fissures, breaking, protection; collapse, shrinking.
Lungs: respiration difficult, superficial; asphyxia, < coal gas; pneumonia.
Stomach: choking, vomiting.
Urinary: kidney stones.
Limbs: spasms; varicose veins.
Skin: red; dermatitis.