Author: Jan Scholten
English: Avens; Wood avens; Herb Bennet; Colewort; St. Benedict's herb.
Dutch: Knikkend nagelkruid.
They have the idea that they have to adapt to their husband, that they aren’t allowed to have something for themselves, sometimes nothing at all. They have the idea that they have to yield completely in their marriage.
They can adapt easily and so they can really fulfil their value. They can also feel that it is not good to adapt so much; they also have the feeling that they should be allowed to have space for themselves. But that can lead to feelings of guilt; that it is not allowed to do that because then “your love is not real”. This duality can give them the feeling that they do not have space to live, air to breathe. Asthma can be the physical expression of it.
Timid, insecure, floating.
Crawling for their spouse in order to get love.
Fears: tunnel, cage, airplanes, tubes, mice, rats; storm, thunder.
Guilt << desire freedom.
Aversion living together.
Sensation: tearing, jerking; electric shocks, always twice in succession.
Time: < 5 am.
Food: < eating.
Physical: > lying down.
General: antiseptic, febrifuge, astringent, plague.
Head: headache forehead tight.
Nose: coryza frequent, flu.
Lungs: asthmatic; dyspnoea << heat, < 5 am, < pressure on back, < eating too much, > belching, + stitch between shoulder blades, + shoulders drawn forward, + cough, fixed; trachea blocked, < sitting bent; choking.
Heart: tense, weak.
Stomach: weak; ache.
Abdomen: flatulence, colitis; pain shooting, severe, electric shocks, occur twice, deep, from below the umbilicus to the end of the urethra, << eating, >> lying down; obstructions of liver and spleen.
Urinary: bladder disorders.
Male: penis, pains.
Skin: spotty, oily, wounds; congealed blood due to bruises and falls.