Author: Jan Scholten
622.64.16 Piper cubeba, Cubeba
Names: Piper cubeba.
English: Tailed Pepper.
Botany: woody creeper, climbing perennial; flowers in spikes; fruit globose, pedicelled drupe; grown in shaded coffee plantations; odour aromatic; taste strongly aromatic, pungent, bitter; greyish stem with thick knots; oil has a camphoraceous taste.
Content: calcium, magnesium, ammonium, phosphorus.
DD: allspice or Jamaica pepper, the dried unripe berries of a West Indian tree of the Myrtaceae.
Source: Deborah Collins.
Children being bullied.
Sexual oriented, shameless.
Dream: wickedness, cruelty; voluptuous; confused.
Throat: burning, raw, fullness << singers.
Nose: catarrh, mucus trickles from posterior nares.
Throat: catarrh; raw; hoarse.
Lungs: expectoration foetid.
Stomach: irritation, nausea, vomiting, griping.
Urinary: cystitis, burning, cutting during and after urination; frequent, nervous urination; urethritis, copious, thick, yellow discharge; cutting pain, < urination, with constriction; haematuria.
Male: prostatitis, prostate pain, << gonorrhoea; erections wanting.
Female: leucorrhoea in little girls.