Author: Jan Scholten
Botany: 12 genera, 404 species; Australia, pantropical; arid and semi-arid climates.
Genera: Anthotium, Brunonia, Coopernookia, Crossotoma, Dampiera, Diaspasis, Goodenia, Lechenaultia, Pentaptilon, Scaevola, Selliera, Symphyobasis.
Goodeniaceae was difficult to place in the past and was sometimes placed in Gentianales. The Apg3 classification has placed it in Campanulales.
The Campanulales are in Phase 3. Goodeniaceae is in Subphase 6.
The Goodeniaceae are unknown in homeopathy. Flower essence knowledge gives an image that fits well with the position of Phase 3 and Subphase 6 of the Campanulidae.
They feel hurt and wounded, neglected and unloved, despite them having been sensitive pleasing and adapting. Others often see them as softies who can easily be taken advantage of.
Suppressed in the group, under a yoke, their autonomy taken away.
Ailments from endured harshness of life, not being loved, helped, change, stress, grief, reconciliation, trauma, separation, divorce.
Lack of grace, benevolence, softness, empathy, tenderness, compassion, caring, love, sharing, happiness, joy, generosity, togetherness, oneness.
Inflexibility, rigid, holding on, not being able to adapt.
Worse < new situations.
Hard, harsh to others.
Soft inside, deny all sensitivity, not showing it; hard, rough exterior.
Hardness between loved ones, in couples, family relations.
Contempt, despising of weakness.
Head: headache, < tension neck, shoulders.
Rectum: constipation, chronic.
Limbs: hard, tight muscles, cramps, spasms.