Author: Jan Scholten
665.46.12 Fraxinus americana
English: White ash; American Ash.
Dutch: Amerikaanse es.
French: Frene blanc.
Culture: in Greek mythology, the Meliae or Meliai were nymphs of the ash tree, appeared from the drops of blood spilled when Cronus castrated Uranus.
DD: Phosphor, Silicon, Sulphur, Silver series.
They put away their passions for the sake of the family. They suppress their emotions and passionate love for the wealth of the family and the welfare of their children. They feel they are the responsible one of the family. Often their spouse can get away with doing nothing, enjoying his life and having many adulterous affairs. They will go on for the sake of the family, but in the end it can eat at them and it develops into cancer, cancer of the breast or ovaries.
Dream: two rough men came into my house; in putting them out I was cut with a knife; I called for police.
Dreams: cutting, knife, man, police.
Sensation: contracted; griping, twisted, as in a knot, tight, colic; opposite of loose.
Weather: chilly; hot flushes.
Sweat: forehead, face, hands. < fever.
Desire: buttermilk, hot drinks.
Physical: < injury, <<< sprains, << lifting.
Head: headache, beating throbbing, occiput; < motion; < jar; < coughing; < laughing; splitting open and fly apart: > lying down, > quietness, > pressure; forehead glowing hot, throbbing in temporal arteries; vertex hot, dry.
Eyes: balls extremely sensitive; broken.
Mouth: dry, = drinking water; tongue feels drawn up; tongue; red, yellow, green base, dirty.
Stomach: pain; nausea, < stool; vomiting bile, dark, green, viscous.
Abdomen: heavy; colic, band around, bladder region, sliding knot compressed umbilical; cramping, cutting; > lying on abdomen; liver enlarged, jaundice, < amenorrhoea.
Urinary: cystitis; urine scanty, uric acid.
Male: prostatitis, large.
Female: menses profuse; dysmenorrhoea; leucorrhoea, profuse, watery, non-irritating, uterus, enlarged, heavy, prolapsed, bearing down, falling out; fibroids; subinvolution; sensitive left ovary.
Limbs: cramps, feet, < night; rheumatism; gout.