Author: Jan Scholten
643.16.05 Parthenocissus quinquefolia, Ampelopsis quinquefolia, Ampelopsis wetchii
English: Virginia Creeper; American Ivy.
French: Vigne vierge.
Names: from Greek parthenos, "virgin" and kissos (Latinised as "cissus"), "ivy".
Botany: ability to form seeds without pollination.
Desire to be an innocent and perfect being.
Energy: weak, tearful, despondent.
Time: < 6 pm.
Nervous: collapse, sweating, faint pulse, deep sleep alternating vomiting.
Eyes: dilated pupils.
Throat: chronic hoarse, scrofulous.
Chest: sore, sensitive, coastal region, left.
Stomach: violent vomiting, purging, ineffectual straining.
Abdomen: digestive problems; choleric symptoms; rumbling.
Urinary: dropsy; Brights’s disease; urine albumen.
Female: milk absent.
Limbs: pains, sore, elbow, back; arthritis, rheumatism, shoulder, arthrosis; elbow joints pain, back sore; peri-arthritis; Dupuytren’s contracture; lymphatic glands enlarged.