Author: Jan Scholten
665.31.12 Eriodictyon californicum
Botany: Eriodictyon glutinosum, wigandia californica.
English: Bear's Weed, Consumptive's Weed, Mountain Balm.
Spanish: Yerba Santa.
Source: North American.
Grief, sadness, melancholy, deeply repressed emotions.
Ailments of profound unspoken grief, loss of a beloved friend, parent early in life.
Heart and chest hollowed rather than hallowed.
Wasting away, consumed by grief and sadness.
Trauma and emotional impurities.
Addiction to tobacco.
Aversion: food, appetite poor and impaired.
Vertigo: dizzy, feels intoxicated.
Head: pressure outwards, occiput.
Eyes: pain, < reading.
Nose: coryza, + dizziness and sneezing.
Mouth: foul, < morning.
Lungs: asthma, wheezing, > expectoration; bronchitis, chronic; bronchial tuberculosis, tuberculosis; profuse, easily raised secretion, giving relief; cough after influenza, < talking, change of weather; effusion in plural cavity; whooping cough; mucous secretions; dull, sharp pain in right lung; breathing congested, disturbed; pneumonia.
Chest: constricted; congestion.
Stomach: indigestion; nausea, < running.
Male: sore, dragging, testicle, < pressure, > gentle support.