Author: Jan Scholten
English: Hydrangea family.
Botany: 17 genera; 220 species; shrubs; worldwide.
In the Apg3 classifcation Hydrangeaceae is placed in the Order Cornales, closely related to Loasaceae. In the Cronquist classification Hydrangeaceae was placed in Saxifragales.
In the Plant theory Hydrangeaceae is treated in the same way and placed in Subphase 5.
They have problems in relationships. This is due to being too impulsive in their choices, lacking the consideration and reflection to see if someone suits them. They can be too domineering, leaving no space for the other. They have high standards of how to behave, to stay neat and educated, cultured and refined. Often their partner in the marriage cannot fulfill their requirements and gives in, leaves or goes their own way.
The same can happen with projects and businesses in life. Their high demands are often too high for others to fulfill. They can be very present, sometimes leaving too little space for others. Their moral standard is very high and this can lead to conflicts when they try to impose their morals on others.
Nervous, worrying, irritable.
Mother who tries to make peace between fighting brothers.
Indifferent, < circumstances that are disharmonious, unable to unite.
Desire: drinks; thirst !!.
Urinary: urine profuse, bloody, gravel, yellow sand, white amorphous salts, heavy deposit of mucus, stones; renal colic, ureter; urethra burning; urge frequent, hard to start; spasmodic stricture.