Author: Jan Scholten
633.42.12 Zea mays
Names: Stigmata maydis.
English: Maiz; Corn; Corn silk; Maize; Indian Corn.
Source: North American.
Tyrant at home, thinks he is God, feels misunderstood, hates the resistance of others.
Inability to stay centred in the body.
Disorientation, stress, pain, discomfort, < urban environments, chaos, congestion, technological environments, restricted living situations.
Desire spaciousness, to live freely in nature, rural or uncrowded areas, harmonious communion with the earth.
Colour preference: 10B.
Fever: chronic malaria; prostration.
Heart: failure; hypertension, arteriosclerosis, oedema, general oedema; chronic or fibroid endocarditis; noises: murmurs, < valves problems, pulse intermittent.
Abdomen: dropsy, ascites; tender, ureters.
Urinary: urine scanty, blood, red sand, mucus, ammonia, albumen, uric acid, phosphate, stones; retention, suppression; urination painful, sore, bruised, ineffectual straining, urination painful; nephritic colic; cystitis, traumatic, bladder catarrh; irritation, inflammation, urinary tract, ureters, bladder, urethra, pyelum, kidney; chronic pyelitis from catarrh; stones.
Male: enlarged prostate; gonorrhoea.
Limbs: oedema legs.