Author: Jan Scholten
666.55.08 Oplopanax horridus
Names: Echinopanax horridus; Fatsia horrida; Panax horridum.
English: Devil’s club; Devil; s walking stick.
Source: Lucy de Pieri, Interhomeopathy.
Positiveness, confidence, calm, well-being, relaxed.
Delusion: body is weightless; being a fish, having fish eyes; lost in the woods; belonging to the opposite sex; stabbed in the back; carrying a heavy weight; being in a different world.
Sexual desire increased, worse menopause.
Dreams: danger; being protected, vulnerable; danger to others; flood, much water.
Desire: asparagus; cold beer; white bread; butter, coffee; garlic; honey; raw mushrooms; prawns; salami; sweets.
Vertigo: > better open-air, < in doors, < in car.
Head: headache, above eyebrows, < heat, smell of food, walking, > cold, dry applications, > lying down, pressure; desire to pull hair; pain dull, occiput, extending to forehead, > alcohol, > sleep; brain feels to lose, < motion.
Nose: congested, < waking.
Ears: hot steam out of ears.
Face: lips as if chapped, dry.
Throat: empty; sensitive, worse called air, cold drinks, dryness, smoke, swallowing, touch.
Lungs: cough; chronic, catarrh.
Stomach: pain, bursting, < walking, > lying down; nausea.
Abdomen: ache, cathartic.
Rectum: constipation; no urge.
Urinary: urine scanty; bladder distended.
Limbs: rheumatism; hips and thighs unbending, as steel rods; cold bones; knee pain, stitching, worse motion, cold, > lying down covering.
Skin: wounds, ulcers, sores, cuts, skin affections, erysipelas, ringworm, carbuncle, swellings.