Author: Jan Scholten
Botany: 12 genera, 430 species; pantropical; flowers unisexual; petals lost; carpels separating; androgynophore.
DD: Lithium, Bromine.
In Apg3 classification Sterculiaceae is treated as a subfamily of Malvaceae, Sterculioideae. Sterculiaceae was polyphyletic. Many genera like Abroma and Theobroma, the chocolate, have been transferred to Byttnerioideae, another subfamily in Malvaceae.
In the Plant theory Sterculiaceae is treated as a family and placed in Subphase 1. There are marked aspects of Lithium.
Cola is the best known remedy of Sterculiaceae.
They want to be special in society, have a high position and become famous. But they have the feeling they can be only half that. They are in a situation where they have to adapt too much. They feel they just have to do what they have to do and go for it in an impulsive way.
Confident, self-confident, contented.
Affectionate, cheerful, jesting, laughing.
Sensitive to sensory impressions.
Selfish, brutal, cruel, biting.
Hurry, hasty, industrious; time passes too quickly.
Restless and noisy hasty, hurried.
Desire for light.
Spouse. Children. Isolation.
Anger, temper tantrums; aggressive, cruel, brutal, selfish, biting.
Irritability, aversion toward the partner, children, company, > alone.
Forsaken feeling, isolation.
Living in a house with many strangers, asylum seekers, foster-children; alone.
Family is nervous and chaotic.
Aversion for company, > alone; desire company, forsaken, isolation.
Aversion to the partner, irritability toward the children.
Delusion: limbs separated large.
Dejection, feeling human works are absurd.
Fear: future, accidents.
Delusion: being watched.
Dream: being pregnant; childbirth.
Weather: warm, > uncover.
Desire: drinks, thirsty; food, ravenous appetite; strong tastes; fish.
Sleep: sleepless, restless.
Limbs: feel separated, missing; body parts are enlarged, hands; acromegaly.