Author: Jan Scholten
665.55.04 Ocimum tenuiflorum, Ocimum sanctum
Names: Ocimum inodourum, Ocimum tenuiflorum.
English: Monk’s basil; Hoary basil; Holy basil.
Indian: Tulsi; Tulasī.
Dutch: Kruidnagelig balsemkruid der monniken.
Culture: holy plant in India where the rishi’s preached hygienic doctrines.
Forcible, strong, enduring.
Ambitious, pushy, in their jobs, in their contacts.
Energy: tired, burnout, < perseverance, < asking too much of themselves, going on till the verge of breakdown, stretching their high capacities.
Cosy, vivacious, happy
Indifferent, dull, < treated indifferently by others, neighbours.
Mistakes speaking, spelling.
Need to be special, have beautiful clothes, wear jewelry.
Spiritual, meditating, yoga, chanting mantras.
Profession: helpful; ambulance nurse.
Ailments mortification, disappointed love, indignation.
Fear: being friendless, forsaken by friends.
Delusion: being mocked at, neglected, insulted, unappreciated.
Delusion: being friendless, forsaken feeling, desire company.
Dreams: cheated, ditched forsaken by, separated from friends, relatives.
Dreams: accident, being run over by a truck; ire, burned, scorched.
Dreams: poisoned; dead bodies; murder; pursued, by murderers.
Dreams: fights, fighting back violently, malicious, against injustice, friends who had refused him help.
Dreams: forced to marry an ugly man with a skin disease.
Dreams, narrow place.
Dreams: diseases, of heart, of siblings, relatives; teeth falling out.
Type: allergic, psoric.
Energy: tiredness, burnout.
Limbs: joint, bones and muscle pains.
Skin: < scorpion bites.