Author: Jan Scholten
665.33.13 Pulmonaria officinalis
Names: Pulmonaria officinalis is an unresolved name.
French: Pulmonaire; Herbe de tac.
Source: Katharina Riedener, Interhomeopathy June 2012.
The tit for tat response to all gossip.
To remain unblemished, build for himself an impeccable image.
Wicked sense of humour, family clown.
Shrinks at school.
Women are treated as breeding machines.
Delusion: being overwhelmed when caring for a baby, no support.
Grumpy and cross, < not getting enough attention, < jealousy, < younger brother was born.
The father is often domineering.
Closed, not talkative, answers with yes or no
Fear: dark; big trucks when walking or biking.
Delusion: being trapped, judged, restricted, not seen, ignored by religion.
Colour preference: white, next black and C8.
Throat: pharyngitis; laryngitis, tracheitis.
Lungs: coughs; expectoration mucus, yellow; breathing shortness, wheezing, rattles, annoying, restrictive, < smoke, < cats; asthma; bronchitis, bronchial catarrh, bleeding; tuberculosis.
Abdomen: liver complaints; jaundice.
Rectum: diarrhoea, haemorrhoids.
Female: ulcers on genitals.
Skin: scabs, cracks; chilblains.