Author: Jan Scholten
622.44.10 Magnolia grandiflora
DD: Ranunculus bulbosus.
Botany: Talauma is probably the plant that Hahnemann proved and published under the name Magnolia grandiflora; probably the later provings are mixed experiences of Talauma and Magnolia grandiflora (see under).
The situation is that of children who have parents but they are absent. Their parents are working long days or far away or they are ill so that they cannot take care of their children very well. The children lack attention and education and feel lost. They can be raised by their grandparents and they become so attached to them that they prefer them over their parents.
Orientation disturbed; getting lost.
Dream: getting lost in the streets, in the woods; extravagant.
Weather: << slightest draught of damp air, >> warm, >> dry.
Physical: > continued motion.
General: stiff; soreness when quiet.
Lungs: dyspnoea, suffocation << walking fast, < heart complaints.
Heart: cramps, pains; feeling as if heart has ceased; angina pectoris; rheumatic endocarditis, aneurism of heart and aorta; pain alternating spleen, from side to side, interferes with breathing, + fear and palpitation.
Chest: pain, erratic, extending to left hand, < lying on the left; pleurodynia.
Stomach: large bolus of food; atonic dyspepsia.
Limbs: joints sharp pains, stiffness; chronic rheumatism.