Author: Jan Scholten
653.13.12 Erodium cicutarium
Names: Erodios is Greek for heron.
English: Hemlock Stork's Bill; Filaree.
French: Bec de heron.
Source: Sense provings; North American.
The theme is that of a family with quarrels and discords, different opinions and positions. Relatives are cheating, trying to be able to do their own thing. They feel under pressure from the family and want to break out but that can be done only with difficulty.
Worry obsessive, compulsive.
Disproportionate and obsessive worry; unable to gain a wider perspective on daily events.
Limited perspective, daily events, trifles.
Inner strength lost.
Suppressed psychic energy and spiritual inspiration and vision.
Affected by pains.
None of his acts is appreciated.
Eldest daughter in a big family, a big farmer’s family.
Warm protective family, fear being thrown out.
Looking at the past, circling around things of the past.
Looking with left eye through right eye, head shifted to the right.
Looking with emotions at things that better can be seen rationally.
Puberty, end of puberty, not fully grown up.
Abused, sexually abused, not knowing what to do with it.
Secrets in the family.
Not focused, attention going into trifles.
Fear: marriage, that it will not work out well.
Hurt by grief, eaten by an unconscious hate, < unhappy love, betrayed.
Controls his actions, being controlled by a censor.
Lungs: respiration difficult, high, superficial, asthma.
Chest: tight, tense, sternum, back, cervical, dorsal.
Female: menses profuse, metrorrhagia, < polyps; uterus polyps, fibroma, tumours, cancer; cervix.
Back: pain neck, tense, cramping; torticollis.