Author: Jan Scholten
665.55.09 Lycopus virginicus
English: Gypsywort, Bugle weed; American wolf's paw.
Dutch: Amerikaanse wolfspoot.
Source: Enna Stallinga, SSC 2002 Vol 3; Alex Leupen, Interhomeopathy, March 2011.
Feel totally excluded, expelled if they do not work hard enough to be acknowledged.
They feel they do not belong to society, asylum people, father been in a concentration camp.
Fear: becoming an orphan, being adopted, becoming a refugee, exiled like in jail, concentration camp.
They want to escape abandonment, condemnation and exclusion by working hard and having money.
Money is important, good with managing or counting money.
Work hard, restless, hurried.
Nervous hypersensitivity, exalted, easily distracted; constant change of occupation.
Feeling guilty easily.
Mania for cleanliness.
Father had been imprisoned in a concentration camp.
Delusion: being dirty; not belonging to society, being an exile, refugee.
Dreams: troublesome, prophesying.
Weather: -> fresh air.
Desire: vegetables, raw food, hot food, milk, cold water, salt, chocolate.
Physical: < motion.
Head: pain, throbbing.
Ears: noises, left ear.
Throat: exophtalmic goitre, Basedow.
Lungs: bronchitis, chronic; tuberculosis; hemoptysis due to valvular disease.
Heart: nervous palpitations, pulse fast, wild, irregular, intermittent; disease, pericarditis; hypertension, valvular problems.
Abdomen: pancreatitis; diabetes.
Rectum: diarrhoea, < fruit, peach, orange, apple; haemorrhoids, pain > bleeding.
Male: pain testicles.
Limbs: trembling, hands; one leg shorter than the other; hip disease, congenital hip dysplasia, varicose veins lower limbs, inflammation blood vessels; restless legs.