Author: Jan Scholten
633.26.17 Narthecium ossifragum
Names: os means bone, frango means breaking.
Names: Anthericum ossifragum.
English: Bog asphodel; Moor golds; Yellow grass; Maiden’s hair.
Culture: elf-fire in sheep.
Botany: soil acid, calcium low.
Isolation, withdrawal, cut off, no communication with others, forsaken, abandoned.
Abandoned babies, orphans.
Trauma of abandonment.
Desire for company.
Ailments from terrible histories
Feeling being trapped in the body.
Teenagers struggling with their dark side, feeling lost.
Easily irritated, quick to anger, “short fuse”.
Attracted to bright lights, drugs, alcohol; taking many risks.
Caught up with business, work.
Weather: desirable for cool, fresh air.
Sleep: desire for sleep.
Energy: burnout, deeply dipped, weak, blank.
Eyes: strain; strabismus, left; vision blurred; itching and swelling under left eye.
Mouth: teeth rotten and decaying.
Throat: sore, left.
Urinary: urine repressed, scanty, copious.
Limbs: cold; swelling of joints, arms, hands, < damp weather; pain stinging, palms; bones weak, brittle, fracture.
Skin: sepsis, hair loss; abscesses.