Author: Jan Scholten
665.72.15 Solanum americanum
Names: Popolo; Solumen means comfort and reassurance.
English: Glossy nightshade; American nightshade; Solanum nodiflorum
Source: Christina Ari.
Violence, terror, kill, murder, pursued.
Anaesthesia, stupefied, lack of irritability, sluggish, cowardice, analgesia, numb, dead, deadening, sedate, sedating, put to sleep, stupefied.
Flee, flight, runaway, get away, break out, run off, getaway, breakout, running off, running away, escaping fight, skip, slip away.
Fright, shrieking, screeching, shrilling, screaming, blazing, blaring, < sleep.
Rage, flare up, furry.
Courage, brave, daring, bold and audacious.
Vulnerability, emotional, despair, uncertainty, << silence.
Deep-seated threat, but also the courage to face the enemy.
Lonely, lost and delivered.
Must continually make oneself noticeable, feels like a nobody, with no resonance in the other.
Overwhelmed himself and his opponent. Longing for oneself, to be aware of his own importance.
Cannot see value and wants to be seen and recognised.
Inability to indulge in love and devotion, to enjoy and be nourished by love.
Great uncertainty, guilt, doubts.
Distorting perception, world view of being oppressed, hideous, blockade.
Despondent, resigned, behind barriers.
Sensation: splitting, bursting, explosive, spasmodic, shooting, jerking, blowing-up, blowing-out, knocking.
Infection: tuberculosis; scarlatina; smallpox; typhoid.
Nervous: convulsions, puerperal, hands stretching, grasping, moving to mouth, chewing, swallowing; chorea; tetanus, spasms, tetanic rigidity, trismus; twitching, trembling, violent; coma, convulsive agitation, plaintive cries.
Head: headache; hydrocephalus; meningitis.
Ears: otitis media.
Throat: stammering; parotitis.
Limbs: varicose veins.