Author: Jan Scholten
665.34.08 Heliotropium arborescens
Names: Heliotropium peruvianum.
English: Heliotrope; Cherry pie.
Culture: poem “White Heliotrope” by Arthur Symons.
Shy, timid, unsure, vulnerable, retiring, not assertive, taken over.
Looks very lively, buoyant.
Work: home care, coach.
Lose their feeling.
Very weepy, tired, sleepless, confidence down.
Ailments from being bullied, dominated, strict hard upbringing.
Very sensitive, feels what everyone wants in a group.
Desire to have things compact, to put things together, to hold them together.
Working very hard, doing a lot, to please others, to be seen.
Delusion: being absent, disappearing, unseen, invisble and hidden.
Dreams: left home, own room; others lived in her room; her house was occupied by others.
Colour preference: 15-16C.
Sensation: pressure, tension; beaten, sore.
Weather: < warm weather; > open air.
Time: < 3 am.
Physical: > walking, < rest; < inspiration.
Head: pressure, forehead, > walking.
Eyes: tension, swelling in left inner canthus extending down into nasal bone; drawn together; smaller.
Throat: aching, burning; voice hoarse, thick, lost; clergyman's sore throat.
Chest: pressure, oppression, external, sternum, < evening, < eating, < inspiration; itching, fine sticking.
Stomach: pressure in pit of stomach, < inspiration.
Abdomen: epigastric region sore, < touch, < eating, < evening, < deep inspiration.
Male: seminal emissions, < stool.
Female: membranous dysmenorrhoea; uterus heavy, water-logged, bearing down, displaced, + backache; leucorrhoea; pressure mons veneries, < sitting.
Back: backache, << standing, << walking, > lying, < movement, < laughing, < bending, < turning, > tight band around abdomen, < pregnancy; symphysiolysis, < labour.
Limbs: pain as if beaten in leg muscles; pain in the outer portion of the leg, above the ankle, extending up the muscles, as if the part were beaten, even when sitting.
Skin: itching eruption, tibia.