Author: Jan Scholten
Genera: Aretiastrum, Belonanthus, Centranthus, Ebulum, Fedia, Nardostachys, Patrina, Patrinia, Phyllactis, Plectritis, Pseudobetckea, Siphonella, Stangea, Valeriana, Valerianella.
Valerianaceae is a subfamily in the Caprifoliaceae in the Apg3 classification, close to the Dipsacaeae.
In the Plant theory Valerianaceae is a family in Dipsacales. It is placed in Subphase 3.
They have a confusion between their love and relationship on the one hand and their autonomy and free will on the other hand.
Ailments from following a husband, marriage.
Confusion, feels strange, < at home.
Energy: weak, unaware.
Restless, tension, unbalance.
Fears, grudges, unforgiving.
Desire religious, spiritual, devotion, inner peace; inner journey.
Vertigo: light, floating, < morning
Head: headache; migraine.
Limbs: tight muscles, shoulders, neck.
Skin: old; dandruff.