Author: Jan Scholten
English: Silverbell family.
Genera: Alniphyllum, Bruinsmia, Changiostyrax, Halesia, Huodendron, Melliodendron, Parastyrax, Pterostyrax, Rehderodendron, Sinojackia, Styrax.
Botany: 11 genera; ± 160 species; trees, shrubs; subtropical regions of the Northern Hemisphere; spiral, simple leaves with no stipules; symmetrical white flowers; fused petals; fruit a dry capsule, sometimes winged; United States.
Content: benzoin resin.
Use: herbal medicine; perfumes; ornamental; resin.
Styracaceae is a family in Ericales in the Apg3 classification. Styracaceae is closely related to Diapensiacaeae.
In the Plant theory Styracaceae is placed in the Order Styracales in Subphase 4.
They want to achieve something, for themselves, in their job, for the world. They want to make the world a better place but they are missing the power or position to bring their ideals into the world. Their superiors block and limit them.
They can be competitive, wanting to be the best in their career and work.
Desire to become special in work, sports or arts.
Ailments from being held back and limited by parents, authorities.
Missing the power or position to bring their ideals into the world.
Sensation: stagnation of flow.
Weather: < cold.
General: feels intoxicated.
Mouth: taste bitter; stitching pain in left jaw, parotis gland, excruciating, shooting, < chewing, < swallowing; salivary stones.
Stomach: pain; indigestion; nausea, vomiting, disgust; cramp, anti-peristalsis.
Urinary: kidney problems, cystitis, gravel, stones.
Limbs: arthritis; stiff; feet cold, clammy; fibromyalgia.