Author: Jan Scholten
652.15.12 Sempervivum tectorum
Names: Sedum majus.
English: Large house-leek.
Fear: parasites; being sucked dry; promising too much.
Too exalted vascular activity in the sexual sphere.
General: cancerous tumours, breast.
Ears: inflammation, exudation; hardened earwax.
Face: red; flushes; vesicles, commissures of the lips.
Mouth: tender; burning; chronic aphthae; ulcers; tongue pain, sore, bruised, burning, stabbing, bleed easily, < night, cancer, tumours, cracked, fissured, outgrowths, hard, scirrhous induration.
Heart: pulsations; complaints.
Chest: breast carcinoma; oppression.
Female: menses disturbed, suppressed, absent; uterus spasms, constricting, contracting; < menopause, < nursing.
Limbs: callosities, horny, corns, toes.
Skin: erysipelas; warts; corns; flushed; stinging pains; ringworm; herpes, zoster, circinatus; flushed; stinging pains; burning vesicles, itching when touched; burns, corns; stings of insects, bees or rabid animals; poisoned wounds; trichophytosis.