Author: Jan Scholten
666.76.13 Myrrhis odorata
Names: Myrrhis odorata is an unresolved name.
Dutch: Roomse kervel.
Culture: Myrrha is the daughter of Theias, the King of Assyria; she deceives him as if she is a new concubine, seduces him and gets pregnant; Theias discovers the deceit, is enraged, chases his daughter with a sword; Myrrha prays to the Gods, who turn her into a myrrh tree; Adonis eventually sprung from the tears from this tree; in Ovid's version Myrrha's father is Cinyras, king of Cyprus; Dante sees Myrrha’s shadow suffering from rabies for her deception.
Culture: Myrrha is Smyrna; Myrrha is a genus of ladybird beetle.
DD: Commiphora myrrha.
Regret his actions based on illusionary desires and ideas.
Fear: making a fool of himself.
Infection: plague, sepsis.
Nervous: paralysis; epilepsy.
Mouth: toothache pain; taste bitter, spicy; parodontitis.
Lungs: bronchitis, asthma; coughs, expectoration difficult; tuberculosis, consumption.
Heart: anaemia; hypertension; circulatory problems; blood congestion.
Abdomen: flatulence; diabetes; liver, spleen disorders.
Urinary: cystitis; kidney dysfunction.
Female: menses problems; mamma problems, milk scanty. amenorrhoea, dysmenorrhoea, menopause, uterine tumours, stagnant blood of uterus.
Limbs: rheumatic, arthritic. bruises, aches, sprains
Skin: ulcers, head and face.