Author: Jan Scholten
666.43.16 Taraxacum officinale
English: Dandelion, means tooth of a lion.
French: Pissenlit, means urine in bed.
Content: bitter substances, tannin, vitamin C and B12.
Culture: Dandelion is like a weed, one wants to get rid of it, out of one’s own garden, Stage 16.
They have a contradiction between their independence and the desire to make the world better. They try to please others and have a tendency to adapt. That brings them into conflict with their drive for autonomy, to go their own way. In the end they often give up, take the position of an outsider as they cannot see another way out of the conflict.
They have an inclination to avoid the problems, to leave problematic situations and become an outsider.
They have a mission, things have to go their way.
Feeling of being too lazy, having neglected their duty and goal.
Feeling of being intoxicated, dirty, full of old stuff.
Feeling of treated like a leper.
Need for integrity, integrating all aspects of themselves.
Not adult, stay alone, not married, asexual.
The unwanted child who gets his claim against the odds.
Increasing his self-esteem by autonomous work.
Aversion to be at the mercy of others.
Indecisive, difficulties with the determination.
Isolated and blocked, or he is almost sticky in its attachment.
Makes silly, unpleasant stupid jokes.
Careless, indecisive, quickly discouraged.
Obstinate, angry, bossy.
Ailments from intrusions, physical like wounds, injuries, beatings, operations, vaccinations, drugs; alcohol abuse.
Ailments from mental intrusions, domination, humiliation, rape, incest.
Delusion no resistance, - > resistance.
Dreams: quarrels, anger, angry; hail, hail falllling on his head; amorous, voluptuous.
Dreams: anxious, frightful, painful, pleasant, unremembered, vivid.
Colour preference: 20A.
Weather: chilly; shivering from cold alternating heat; > mountain; > cold.
Sweat: profuse, < night, < falling asleep.
Aversion: milk; food, loss of appetite.
Food: < fat.
Physical: < resting, < lying down, < sitting; > touch; > walking.
Discharge: blood; haemorrhages.
Fever: high, hectic; chilly, < eating, < drinking; finger tips cold.
Infection: influenza, measles.
Head: headaches, gastric, bilious; heat on top of head.
Nose: sinusitis, frontal; hayfever.
Mouth: tongue mapped, covered with a white film, raw, comes off in patches, leaving red, sensitive spots; dentition; bitter taste; salivation.
Throat: sterno-mastoid muscle very painful to touch.
Abdomen: bubbling, bursting, liver enlarged, indurated; sharp stitches in left side; bubbles bursting in bowels; flatulence; hysterical tympanites; cholecystitis; jaundice
Rectum: dysentery; evacuation difficult; bilious diarrhoea.
Urinary: cancer of bladder.
Female: menses copious; miscarriage; milk scanty.
Limbs: ecchymosis; restless; neuralgia of knee, > pressure; painful to touch; heat toes; fingertips cold; restless legs.
Skin: wounds; injuries; jaundice.