Author: Jan Scholten
665.55.04 Ocimum basilicum
English: sweet or common basil.
Names: Basilikos means royal in Greek.
German: Basilienkraut, Basilikum.
Dutch: Basilicum; Bazielkruid.
Culture: symbol of hate and misfortune, one has to scold and curse.
Use: insect repellant.
Source: Sense provings; Frans Kusse.
People needing Ocimum basilicum keep going in a hopeless situation seeking acknowledgement. They have a compassionate, social nature, serving others in order to be recognised, but they have problems making changes and evolving because they are fundamentally conservative and traditional. Values are important. They are devoted, self-sacrificing and of high moral feeling. They are more down to earth than for example Aristolochiaceae and ambitious in a simple way. They enjoy the good things in life. They are simple but have a royal aura.
Need a devoted atmosphere.
Religious but down to earth.
Does not understand what happens to him.
Despair, < loss of relative, < not being understood.
On the wrong track.
Wants to be recognised as part of the group.
Delusion: not being appreciated; being downtrodden in a mud city, being the doormat of her parents.
Dreams: teeth falling out; walking in a churchyard, in meadows with flowers and cows, swollen abdomen, itch under feet, making love, doubting to let her breast be operated on, enlarged, fitting her night gown, meditating.
Desire: refined food.
Throat: raw, burning.
Urinary: cystitis; difficult urination.