Author: Jan Scholten
633.42.06 Elymus repens
Names: Triticum repens; Agropyron repens
English: Dog's grass.
French: Petit chiendent.
Strong, headstrong, stubborn.
Working together as a group.
Theme of surviving extinction, surviving a world disaster.
Being against other groups.
Violent revenge on one’s spouse.
Energy: fatigue, tired, < sport, < exertion, < spring.
Fever and inflammations.
Nose: always blowing nose.
Mouth: red margin on the palate, a burning sense from the lower jaw to the vertex.
Heart: arteriosclerosis, angina pectoris.
Stomach: burning, extending oesophagus, chest, throat; vomiting.
Abdomen: obstructions of liver and gall; griping pains in belly; worms.
Urinary: bladder irritability, chronic, cystitis, catarrh; gonorrhoea; urination frequent, difficult, painful; urge constant; urine scanty, turbid, gravel, dense, purulent; pyelitis; enlarged prostate; incontinence; urethra irritated, < urination.
Limbs: gout, rheumatism; locomotion impaired, erect with difficulty; burning.
Skin: eczema, burns.