Author: Jan Scholten
665.33.12 Symphytum officinale
French: Grande consoude.
Dutch: Walwortel; Waelwortel; Wallen; Smertwortel; Smeerwortel; Heilbeen; Spekwortel; Confilie; Eselohr; Zonneblommen.
Turns a deaf ear to all gossip.
Needs to be reassured about others.
Suspicion is extreme.
Confidence broken, < least criticism.
Healing very slowly.
Sensation: pricking pain.
Physical: <<< mechanical, traumatic injuries, blows, bruises.
Head: pain, occiput, top, forehead, changing places.
Eyes: pain, << thrusts on the globe of the eye, blow from an obtuse body, snow ball strikes.
Face: inflammation of inferior maxillary bone, hard, red, swelling; pain comes down bone of nose.
Throat: cracked cartilage, larynx.
Abdomen: duodenal ulcers.
Limbs: injuries to nerves, tendons, periosteum; joints pain; neuralgia of knee; wounds penetrating to perineum and bones; fractures, irritable bone; irritable stump after amputation; psoas abscess; pain pricking, sore, periosteum.
Skin: ulcerated surfaces.