Jan Scholten

642.17.02 Papaver rhoeas
English: Corn poppy; Corn rose; Field poppy; Flanders poppy; Red poppy; Red weed.
French: Coquelicot.
Dutch: Klatschrose; Kankerbloem; Kollebloem; Roggewolf; Roggemeijer; Boedpater; Korenpater; Bloedzuiger; Bloedzuiper; Tongerbloem; Kol; Spokebloem; Spoekebloem; Spokeblom; Heulbloem; Rode heul; Kruiskensbloem.
Culture: Ceres in search for Persephone created the poppy out of her grief; symbol of remembrance of the dead of the two world wars.
Source: Stallinga Enna, Falling Poppies, Interhomeopathy, January 2006.

They are cannon fodder as in World War 1. Living in trenches with no food and drink, waiting till they were ordered to go “over the top” and attack the enemy. They knew they would be killed by machine guns of the enemy at such an attack but they had to obey. Millions were killed needlessly and uselessly.

Passive being a slave.
Feeling helpless in sudden shock situations.
Desire for support in dangerous situations.
Ailments after war.
Delusion: battlefields after a battle with all the dead around.
Out of body experience.
They need a lot of space.

Time: < morning, < 5 am.
Sleep: sleepy.

Fever: pest.
Lungs: catarrhs, asthma, bronchitis, consumption, coughs, hoarseness of throat, loss of voice, whooping cough.
Heart: angina.
Female: menses absent.