Author: Jan Scholten
666.44.12 Gaillardia aristata
English: Common blanketflower, Common gaillardia; Blanketflower.
Botany: herb, wildflower; northern and western North America; lance-shaped leaves; flower heads with a centre of brownish or reddish purple disc florets and a fringe of ray florets, ± 2 centimeters long and yellow to reddish with dark bases; fruit is a stout, hairy achene including long, spiky pappus.
Source: Flores, Interhomeopathy 2013 February.
Culture: Frida Kahlo.
They are strong and bold, going their own way despite all kinds of opposition and drawbacks, like accidents that disable them. They intuitively feel very accurately what they have to do and where to go. They are often misunderstood in their pursuits.
People around a camp fire, bright, strong, bold.
Blood, pure, thick, life giving.
Unable to speak.
Head: pain, pressing, right temple, over the right eye; pain burning vertex, > pressure.
Eyes: pain, contracting.
Face: red; serious expression; jaw joint clicking when opening mouth.
Mouth: phlegm copious.
Throat: constriction; swallowing difficult.
Lungs: sighing; suffocation, not being able to breathe.
Heart: fluttery; fire.
Chest: tight; oppression; needing to take a deep breath.
Stomach: burping; reflux; heartburn, below the sternum.
Abdomen: pain constricting, the solar plexus under the rib cage, left, < leaning to left.
Limbs: muscles in the hand get tired; sharp pain on the left ankle right at the malleolus; pain right knee, joint, > stretching, > back in place; right shinbone pinpoint pain, not quite stabbing; joint pain.
Skin: itchy, head, right temple, > rubbing, > scratching; wounds.