Author: Jan Scholten
653.13.06 Pelargonium graveolens
Names: Pelargos is Greek for stork.
English: Rose geranium.
Longing for domestic bliss.
Dispersed and inefficient.
Unreachable goals, so let them go.
Discontent with himself.
Tries to prove he is better than others, rivals are too weak to compete.
Depression, discontent, unbalanced.
Stress, fatigue; nervousness.
Colour preference: black.
General: astringent; analgesic (for psychological and physical pains).
Face: pain, neuralgia.
Throat: sore; tonsillitis; angina.
Heart: angina pectoris.
Chest: swollen breasts.
Abdomen: problems, catarrh; hyperglycaemia.
Urinary: urine scanty.
Female: menses painful; premenstrual syndrome tension; menopause; uterine bleeding.
Limbs: feet problems.
Skin: dry, rough, lack of sebum; wounds; burns; ringworm, shingles, rosacea, bruises, acne, scars, eczema, oedema, chilblain; rash, cellulite; blemished; bruises, cuts, ulcers, broken capillaries, dermatitis; white spot nails; lice; insect stings.