Author: Jan Scholten
Two new cases by Elaine Smith.
Burseraceae is a not so well known family, with Boswellia serrata and Commiphora myrrha as the most known. The cases confirm the themes of Burseraceae: feelings of guilt when ruling against someone, worse from injustice, empathy and conflicts with the culture of the nursing home.
The Boswellia serrata case is one of anxiety and depression. The Boswellia was found before Wonderful Plants came out, with some similarity to Anacardium and Rhus toxicodendron, though they were not right. Burseraceae and Anacardiaceae are both in Sapindales. The Subphase 3 gave a sufficient picture to give them a try. She struggled for some time to find this remedy.
The Commiphora myrrha case is one of asthma. She solved the case almost immediately, using the Plant theory. It shows an obvious and complete cure.