Author: Jan Scholten
666.65.07 Heptacodium miconioides
English: Seven Sons plant.
Botany: China; second-class national protection; deciduous large shrub; bark is papery and thin, light tan, exfoliates in strips or sheets; dark green cordate leaves, opposite, entire, deeply impressed venation parallel to the margin; small fragrant white blooms; flowers white corollas; calyces deep red expanded lobes.
Source: Sense provings.
They are stable and well-balanced, powerful and vital. They have a lot of talents but have no need to show off, to be the champion. Others seem to do what they are doing in reality; they let that be, coming from a spiritual point of view, having the idea that one should not feed the ego. They can let people and children be as they are, allowing them to go their own way, with a strong power in the background, without show and impressing people.
Sacrificing, for her children, others.
Sees 2 sides of every case.
Needs the love of others to feel supported.
Refined, artistic, spiritual.
Sharing, in an easy way, so that others think they have done things.
Being included and being half out of things, which is okay.
Very artistic but there is no need to make a big thing out of it.
Nose: smell sweet, refined, subtle.
Mouth: taste: tenacious, full, burning, bitter.
Abdomen: gall bladder problems, colic, stones.