Author: Jan Scholten
666.46.12 Packera aurea, Senecio aurea
English: Golden Ragwort; Squaw-weed.
Botany: United States, North and West; swamps.
They have often had big fights where they had to defend their own self-worth, independence and love. Their parents can be terrible, trying to dominate and suppress them or their husband can try do that later on too. But they do not give in, they keep on fighting. The strange thing is that they often stay in situations where they are abused and criticised. They often feel they are the stronger one who has to keep on taking care of the other. Or they keep hoping for improvement, seeing the good side in all people. They cannot understand that people behave badly, always think that all people are very humane like and controlling their bestiality.
Fighting with their domineering and degrading father.
Fighting with their husband, wanting to continue while feeling abused.
Despondent, heavy, sad.
Nervous and irritable, whining.
Inability to fix mind upon any subject.
Nervous, pale, weak, hysterical women.
Anger, < bullied, < blamed unjustly.
Ailments from puberty, sexual excitement, suppressed or delayed menses, haemorrhage, wounds, venesection.
Dream: unpleasant; lascivious.
Sensation: knot; tight, drawn.
Weather: < dampness, cold; < open air.
Time: < afternoon; < night.
Physical: < before menses; > menses; < sitting, > moving.
Sleep: sleepless; great drowsiness.
General: lack of health, strength, flesh, < discharges, < haemorrhage.
Vertigo: dizzy, wavelike, from occiput to sinciput.
Head: headache, dull, sharp, stupefying, over left eye, left temple.
Nose: tight; fullness; burning; sneezing; profuse flow.
Face: sharp, cutting pain left side.
Mouth: dry; teeth very sensitive.
Throat: tight; pharyngitis, < before menses; dry; pharynx burning, raw, > swallowing, though painful; hoarse.
Lungs: acute laryngitis, bronchitis, < before menses; cough loose, dry teasing; laboured inspiration; dyspnoea on ascending.
Chest: pains, sore, raw, stitching, < cough.
Stomach: sour belching; nausea.
Abdomen: pain, umbilicus, spreads all over abdomen, > stool; colic, > bending forward, > stool; liver, early cirrhosis, cancer.
Rectum: straining, ineffectual straining; stool thin, watery, intermingled with hard lumps of feces, dark, bloody.
Urinary: irritable bladder of children, with headache; great heat and constant urging; urine scanty, high-coloured, bloody, with much mucus and ineffectual straining; nephritis; renal colic, > bending forward, > stool; congested kidneys; cystitis, < before menses; dropsy after haemorrhage.
Male: involuntary emissions; prostate enlarged; dull, heavy pain in spermatic cord, extending to testicles.
Female: menses retarded, suppressed, premature, too profuse; amenorrhoea of young girls with backache; anaemic dysmenorrhoea.
Limbs: muscles draw into a knot.