Compositae Anhängsel

 

Gemeinsames: sie versuchen stärker zu sein als sie sind oder anders ausgedrückt, Menschen die für ihre Verletzung ein Korbblütler als homöopathisches Mittel benötigen, sind hart im Nehmen und

stecken einiges weg. So ist es typisch für eine Arnika-Verletzung, dass der Verletzte meint, er hätte nichts und sei gesund und es sogar ablehnt sich von einem Arzt untersuchen zu lassen, obwohl

er offenkundig unter einer schweren Verletzung wie beispielsweise einem Schädel-Hirn-Trauma oder einer Gehirnerschütterung leidet.

Like many members of the daisy family Arnica relates especially to the generation of warmth, its flowering process being highly developed. Also has an affinity to the silica process that goes beyond the family type.

 

Sensation of being injured or hurt this expresses itself in all remedies of the family, in different ways.

Arn.: sensation directly as a bruised pain.

Cham. reacts by hurting others.

But the main feeling in all of them remains common.

The sensation could be expressed in four different ways viz. as the sensation itself, as a passive reaction, as an active reaction, or as compensation. For example if the sensation is being injured or hurt,

the passive reaction is to get dazed, the active reaction is to strike back and the compensation is to become the tough one who can take any hurt. On closer examination we realize that all the remedies

of a given family have all these types of expressions, though one type is better known in each specific remedy.

How each remedy in a family differs:

Despite the common feeling or sensation, there is a wide difference in the pictures or symptomatology of the various remedies in the same family.

This difference is because they belong to different miasms. In other words, this means that though the sensation is common, each remedy perceives it in a different depth and degree of desperation, and this accounts for the difference in the symptoms.

In this series from TOS,

 

Discovering the Plant Kingdom

 

[Dr. Sankaran]

Using the Botanical system of classification, I started to study remedies in groups according to their families with a purpose to find the common features between each of them. Initially, there was a lot

of difficulty. For example, the family Ranunculaceae incl. Acon. Puls. and Staph: on the first glance the intense fear of death that marks the Aconitum napellus state seems to have to do nothing with

either the mildness or the weeping nature of Pulsatilla or the indignation of Staphysagria.

But then, I understood that the main issue in the plant kingdom is sensitivity. They are affected by physical and chemical changes in their environment. Sound, light, chemical substances and various other stimuli have an effect on the growth of plants. A plant remedy has an intense sensitivity to certain stimuli and situations. Those situations or stimuli affect him, producing within him a sensation which is specific to the plant family he belongs to. Therefore, what you will see in the plant remedies will be a prominence of the sensation, a particular sensation in a given family and its opposite.

So I was faced with a question where I could find the sensitivity best expressed in the symptomatology. The answer is in the sensations, in the type of pain, in the sensation of the pain etc. So I searched the Repertory using a software program, MacRepertory and the Reference Works, and to my utter joy, I found that remedies from a particular family shared at least one common sensation or type of pain. For example, you know very well that the remedies of the Compositae family share the sensation of “injury or hurt”; e.g. Arn. expresses this sensation directly as a ‘bruised pain’, yet Cham. experiences

the same as a reaction by causing pain or hurt to others.

So a Plant remedy or a person functions along one axis of experience. Almost every one of their experiences in life can be brought down to that sensation and its opposite.

For this, I used MacRepertory created by my friend David Warkentin, since it has a good search function across a large number of standard books, but I believe any good software with that function would serve the same purpose. I used the program to search the whole repertory and list those rubrics that had any two, or in some cases any three or four remedies in a plant group, limiting the list to only those rubrics that contain fifty remedies. This would include rubrics from every chapter of the repertory, including Mind, Generalities, and the different regions.

Once this list was obtained, I commanded the program to arrange this rubric list according to the number of remedies in the rubric, starting with the least number of remedies. Going down the list, I would look for a sensation or a feeling that would be a possible common factor in the remedies of that family. I would look for sensations, especially those I had not heard of in other families and those which, (with my knowledge of some of the remedies of that family) I could co-relate and connect with the remedies. This would occasionally help me to zoom in on the characteristic sensation of the family.

Once I had come to a possible common sensation of that family, the next step was to test it out in each individual member of the family, starting with the better known ones. I used, primarily,

Phatak’s Materia Medica or the book of Repertory extractions, which are part of material medica programs. I tried to be as objective as possible in this study. One of the yardsticks I used was to see if

the most characteristic symptoms of the remedy being studied had the family sensation directly or indirectly. The second confirmation I sought was to see if the Mind picture of the remedies of the given family had a reflection of the general sensation that I had hypothesized. If I did not find enough proof, so I had to go back to the list to make a different search by including other remedies of that family.

 

[Sankaran]

Zusammenfassung Compositae - Empfindungen und Reaktionen

Empfinden:

Verletzt.

Wehgetan oder beleidigt.

Im Schock.

Verbrannt oder verbrüht.

Angst davor, berührt zu werden, weh getan zu bekommen, dass jemand nahe kommt.

Passive Reaktion:

Unfähigkeit, auf die ursprüngliche Verletzung zu reagieren, ist die passive Reaktion.

Diese Unfähigkeit zu reagieren hält manchmal lange an und wird dann zu einem Symptom, wie wir es im Arnica-Zustand begegnen:

Schmerzlosigkeit bei Beschwerden, die normalerweise schmerzhaft sind.

Abgestumpft.

Anästhesiert.

Stupor.

Katalepsie.

Aktive Reaktion:

Reizbar und heikel.

Tut anderen weh.

Grausam.

Gewalttätig.

Schlägt.

Kompensierung:

Harter Bursche

Steckt alle Prügel ein.

Schützt andere davor, dass ihnen wehgetan wird.

 

[Jan Scholten]

666.45 

Astereae

Series: Hydrogen, Carbon, Silicon, Iron, Silver series and Lanthanides;

Clades: Astereae; Asterales; Campanulidae.

Phase: 4; Subphase: 5.

Astereae, 170 genera; ± 3000 species.

Gnaphalieae: ± 1300 species; Everlastings; Pussy’s-toes tribe;

Antennarias are found in groups which can be all-female colonies, all-male colonies and also mixed colonies.

Antennaria diocia.

Calenduleae: 8 genera; 120 species.

Taxonomy

Tribe of the Subfamily Asteroideae of Asteraceae. It forms a clade together with Gnaphalieae, Calenduleae and Anthemideae. The placement of Inuleae and Plucheae is unsure, sometimes as an early diverging lineage of Asteroideae near Astereae, sometimes near Heliantheae in the broad sense.

In the Plant theory Asteroideae is split in four clades Heliantheae, Astereae, Senecioneae and Anthemideae. Astereae is placed in Subphase 5, together with the Subfamilies Gnaphalieae, Calenduleae,

Inuleae, Plucheae. Anthemideae is split off from that clade and placed in its own Subphase 7.

 

The central theme is that of respect. They feel they have an inner strength and dignity, that they have many talents and are very good observers. They have an enthusiasm that can bring them far.

But often their qualities are not very well seen by others, be it their parents, friends, teachers or authorities.

When they feel sure and strong, they can be boasting, sometimes even forcing and controlling others.

They can sometimes over shout their own sensitivities. They feel better and greater than others.

When they are weak and unsure, they get the feeling of being walked over. Feel that they are not seen, overlooked or that others just run over them as unimportant persons or persons standing in the way.

They can endure much, become silent, go inside, live their own internal life. They are able to survive where others would have given up or died. They shrink to survive.

They are often very refined, having a kind of fragility. They are often not able to cope with the rough world.

They expect others to understand their refinement but many do not. So they have to shrink their place and take less room as they cannot stand up fiercely for themselves.

When others degrade them they start doubting themselves. They can hardly imagine that others do not understand their sensitivity and wisdom.

Mind:

They feel unappreciated, not valued for what they do and are.

They are often abused by others.

Enthusiasm, cheerful, excitement; funny.

Competitive; ambitious.

 

 [Dr Nash]

“The bruised feeling of Eupatorium + a deep hard aching, as if in the bones” (Leaders). Like the other Compositae remedies, and emphasized here, is the symptom of being sad from hurt.

[S.R. Phatak]

Cina.: The phrase ‘shocks from pain’ seems to be a central symptom 

Abrot.: suppressed hurt with helplessness.

[David Quinn]

Bell-p. = Lily representative of compositae/hurt of being excluded (mobbing?)

Compositae family for instance, the feeling shared by all the remedies of this family is of hurt - mental or physical hurt. Each remedy of the Compositae family has a different kind of hurt.

Arnica.: hurt of being injured. Fear of being struck, the weakness of the tissues, of the muscles and of the blood vessels. Because of this hurt which corresponds to being struck, there can develop in a lot of fear and anguish (at night).

Cham.: hurt with pains that are mortifying. hurt of mortification. The suppression of this leads the person into wanting to not be mortified in general, which generates a sensitivity to vexation, to Insult and to being scorned. In Chamomilla an expression of greatness, the opposite to mortified, “Delusion council, holding a” and “Indignation” (Dr Chawla). The hurt, injured feeling of compositae together with the mortification creates tremendous sensitivity to pain. It can be a state where the pains are mortifying. The sensations individual to Chamomilla are of pains that are vexing, irritating, it is a sheer anguish from pain, there is cutting pains, jerking and twitching from pains heading towards convulsions.

Cina.: something ‘shocking’ the person. more like the feeling of pains that are shocking you, like something giving you ‘shocks of pain’. We see this also in the symptom “paralysed shocks: patient will jump suddenly as though in pain” (Dr Boericke). It is a singular symptom of Cina “Mind; Jumping sudden, as if in pain” (Dr Chawla). There are many sensations in Cina of pinching pains, the child jerks from pain. They tremble twitch and can convulse from these shocking and irritating pains. Much like the Loganiaceae remedies the pains can become paralysing from the shocks.

The feeling of Eupatorium perfoliatum seems to be like the hurt of ‘aching’ pains, as if the bones were broken or dislocated. These pains have a great tendency of producing much irritability and therefore the affinity for the malarial disposition is compounded. The Compositae ‘bruised soreness as if beaten’ in Eupatorium is an aching soreness.

The common feeling universal to all the proved remedies derived from the Loganiaceae family has been worked out by Rajan Sankaran to be like being ‘shocked’ by something, like the experience of something upsetting you and shocking you. This he further describes as being ‘shattered’, and also like having been let-down or disappointed.

 

Sulph. Lyc. and Calc. are the three cardinal anti-psoric remedies in “Hahnemann's Chronic Diseases” (1828).

It is no accident that Sulph. is a mineral, Lyc. is a plant, and Calc. is an animal remedy. These 3 chronic medicines hold the model for the 3 Kingdoms in the treatment of the chronic diseases and miasms.  

Group Studies

I don't think an entire genus group like the botanical Compositae family can be definitively reduced to a few words that are supposed to represent the essence all the remedies. This is an over simplification.

The Compositae family does have its characteristic causations, signs and symptoms that make it unique.

Die Überempfindlichkeit und Verletzlichkeit sowohl im körperlichen als auch im seelischen und auch in den träumen erlebt ist sehr deutlich.

Compositae.

In folk medicine used for shock, traumas, bruises, liver and blood dyscrasia, nervous conditions, spasms, respiratory catarrh, Sepsis. and worms.

The regional affinities of the Compositae are the Sensorium; mind, BRAIN, Nervous system; respiratory system; immune system; vital organs, HEART, lungs, LIVER, spleen, kidneys;

DIGESTIVE ORGANS, gall bladder, stomach; circulation, BLOOD, blood vessels and veins; MUSCLES, Tendons, and Bones; Mucus membranes. Complaints of INJURED, babies, dentition, the young and the aged as in infants and grandparents.

Many of the Compositae represent sudden shocks, traumatism, injury and wounds. These remedies have a feeling “As if SHOCKED, BRUISED, TRAUMATIZED, VICTIMIZED, WOUNDED and "DISLOCATED". There is a need to "get it all back together" and start living again. This is a contrary group of remedies that act with a mixture of defensiveness with fear of interference, injury, invasion, and attack as well as aggression, abuse and striking out. The Compositae patients do not really like to be approached, moved, or TOUCHED because they are < worse contact (emotional and physical), jar, being hit, or sudden movements. Many of these remedies have NEVER been WELL SINCE SHOCKS, TRAUMAS, OPERATIONS, WOUNDS AND INJURIES.

The Compositae construction is reminiscent of the complex structures of similar cells in the vital organs like the brain, lungs, liver, heart, spleen, and kidneys. Many of these remedies have very strong affinities with organs and regions. They are also useful in acute and chronic one-sided states centered in these areas. The more plethoric sanguine elements show symptoms like flushes of heat, heart and circulatory problems, easy haemorrhages, bloody discharges and blood poisoning.

Many Compositae are useful in cancer treatment.

Some of these also very useful in infections, worms, parasites, septic states, rapid decomposition + nervous complications, continued and remittent fevers.

Here there is a mixture of high fever, chill and sweats with bone and muscles aches, hard bed sensations, prostration, and restlessness. These remedies are characteristic of many acute crisis, acute miasms, zymotic diseases, parasitical, and worm diseases. Such remedies are antiviral, antibiotic, antiseptic and anhelmithic. The Compositae are insect resistant (Calen./Chrysan).

The plants have delicate root systems, longish stems, and larger flower heads. Sometimes the roots are too weak to hold their flower heads up just like the way the patient feels dizzy and must lie down because of great weakness. The Compositae produce prostration of the brain, spasms of the nervous system, with aching muscles with deep bones.

The Compositae remedies have particular seasons, periodicity, and epidemics. Compositae flowers grow in fields and areas with access to sunlight and they change their position with the sun and the patient is < cold, excitability, restlessness, changeable, and subject to mood swings. Most of the Compositae < cloudy, damp weather. Many flowers are brightly colored, yellow, orange, and red colors while others are lighter colors. These colors are found in the symptoms of various remedies. Many of these flowers act on the brain and nervous elements, bilious humour, the digestive system and the sanguine humor, heart and blood, lungs and breathing.

The small inner flowers that make up the ray of small flowers that move out from a navel and these remedies are known for the pains of the umbilical region. The umbilicus represents instinctive nourishment, as this is the source of the cord that feeds the fetus in the womb. Many of these known for strong effect on the abdominal organs, mal nourishment, bilious states, abdominal pains, and digestive upsets. The spleen, the filter of melancholy, adds symptoms of melancholia and hypochondria as well as decomposed discharges. Some of the Compositae tend to become very BILIOUS, irritable, angry, defensive, morose, and sometimes are offensive and abusive when ill. These remedies easily loss mental control during crisis or illnesses and fear death. In general, they are more morose then melancholic.

Many of the Compositae remedies have an effect on CONVULSIONS, spasmodic diseases and digestive complaints, sometimes as reflex symptoms of worms. This tendency is found in a particular group of Compositae.

Some of the Compositae flowers are known for their strong smell as well as power to produce allergenic diseases, hay fever, sneezing, asthma, yawning, and fainting. As decorative flowers they give off pleasant odors as well as pollen that causes HAY FEVER, allergies, and other idiosyncratic reactions. These are disease of the air, nervous system, and respiratory system.

The emotional disposition suffers from mood changes and feelings of being venerable, delicate, and sensitive with fear of being hurt, touched or approached physically as well as mentally. The sensitivity of these plants is shown in the symptoms of excitable but worse < excitement. In the beginning the flowers in bloom stimulate the mind, emotion and senses but in the end they produce the state of sensory depression, dullness, and forgetfulness.

Temperament: moody, changeable, fearful, nervous, and restlessness # contradictory states, irritability, anger and moroseness. + < change and motion which leaves them frustrated. They are troublesome patients in that they do not answer questions well either out of dullness, denial, +/o. irritability. They are very contrary, act as if they can stand it no longer it, and lose control of their mind and senses. These flowers are associated with profuse dreaming of complex subjects that are not well remembered in the morning. At night the sensorium is vividly active but in the daytime it is depressed. The Compositae yawn when tired, under stress, and even when sleeping! In some of these plants this causes <.

In reviewing the Compositae symptoms there is plethora, cardiovascular, rheumatic, and arthritic diathesis with soreness, stitching, aching, bruised feelings, hard bed sensations, inflamed tissue,

“AS IF BEATEN or BROKEN IN PIECES”. Many have strong sanguine tendencies. There are also rheumatic-like conditions with concomitant heart, liver and kidney diseases, arthritis, urinary cystitis, urethral discharges, gonorrhea and sycosis. These flowers feel as if the mind, head, temples, eyes, forehead, muscles, organs, bones have been traumatized. They are always trying to release stress and stiffness by stretching but there is much lassitude, and they must lie down because of weakness, often associated with trembling.

 

The choleric-bilious elements of these flowers are a choleric disposition in which they are very defensive, morose, angry, cross, contrary, and so touchy that they wants to be left alone but are still demanding of attention at the same time. A bilious mentality thinks the best defense is a good offense and they can be quite abusive. This group can be quite domineering and seek to take control by

a combination of sullen, antisocial moodiness, irritability and anger. These remedies have bilious indigestion, liver and gall bladder complaints with temple headaches, yellow eyes, photophobia, yellow coating on the tongue, slimy, bitter, yellow discharges, bitter and sour eructation, vomiting, diarrhea, dysentery, bleeding, constipation, and parasites.

Sanguine elements of the Compositae are demonstrated by plethora, heart problems, strokes, hemorrhagic diathesis, bloody discharges, dysmennorhea, metorrhagia, and miscarriages, sometimes from injuring or exertion.

There is also easy bruising and internal bleeding. Many of these remedies demonstrate rheumatic and arthritic state with concomitant heart, kidney, liver and circulatory problems. Remember these remedies in external and internal bleeding.

 

The nervous elements incl. epilepsy, chorea, convulsions, tremor, cramping pains, trembling, and spasmodic diseases. Prone to parasites and reflex symptoms of parasites.

A strong respiratory idiosyncrasies with catarrh, sneezing, yawning, and asthma. Here there is profuse discharge from the mucus membranes with pain in the frontal bones and sinuses < on motion.

These remedies have sudden, periodic, or seasonal attacks when the flowers bloom.

Bel-p. häufig angezeigt, wenn eine Frau bei der Geburt oder in anderen Situationen eine Verletzung im Bauchraum erlitten hat. Häufig erinnert die betroffene Frau lediglich die Schmerzen, aber nicht Gefühle zu den erlittenen Schmerzen. Gerade wenn es zu einer Traumatisierung in der Geburtssituation gekommen ist (beispielsweise durch einen wenig einfühlsamen Umgang mit der schwangeren Frau oder durch Raufspringen auf den Bauch der Schwangeren, damit das Kind rauskommt) und die Frau dabei verletzt worden ist, kann Bel-p. heilsam sein.

Calen. gut zur Unterstützung bei der Wundheilung (leichte Verbrennung/Schnittwunde und Hautabschürfung). Verletzungen, die durch einen Stoß oder Schlag hervorgerufen worden sind, sprechen gut auf Calendula an, wenn der Verletzte den Schmerz als unverhältnismäßig stark empfindet.

Cham. Wenn das Kind vollkommen ungenießbar ist und alles wonach er gerade verlangt hat, wutentbrannt wegschleudert, sobald Sie es ihm geben und er gleichzeitig unter sehr starken Schmerzen zu leiden scheint (meist Ohrenschmerzen oder Zahnungsbeschwerden), wissen homöopathisch vorgebildete Eltern, dass Chamomilla das homöopathische Mittel der Wahl ist. Kinder, die Chamomilla als homöopathisches Mittel brauchen, sind meist sehr willensstark und verfügen über sehr viel Energie.

Sie verlangen sich selbst einiges ab und versuchen schon früh ihre Empfindsamkeit zu verstecken. Dafür äußert sich diese Empfindlichkeit dann auf der körperlichen Ebene. Wenn sie Schmerzen haben, sind die so unerträglich, dass sie oft bis zur Erschöpfung schreien und sich nur beruhigen wenn sie getragen werden.

 

Fazit

Die homöopathischen Korbblütler Arn. Cham. Calen. und Bel-p. werden in der Hömöopathie häufig bei Verletzungen eingesetzt. Gerade wenn der Verletzte unter sehr starken Schmerzen leidet, sich aber nicht gerne helfen lassen möchte und auf Hilfe und Zuwendung gereizt und zornig reagiert, sind die homöopathischen Korbblütler die Mittel der Wahl. Während Arnika hauptsächlich bei Kopfverletzungen und Verletzungen mit Schocksymptomatik angezeigt ist, zieht man Bellis-perennis bei Verletzungen im Bauchrauch und Calendula bei leichteren Verbrennungen und Hautabschürfungen in Betracht. Cham. ist nicht so sehr bei Verletzungen angezeigt. Es kommt vielmehr häufig bei der Behandlung von Kindern in Betracht, wenn diese unter Zahnungsbeschwerden oder einer Mittelohrentzündung leiden.

 

[David Little]

"As a rule it was developed from their pure symptoms, that most of the earths, alkalis and acids, as well as the neutral salts composed of them, together with several of the metals, cannot be dispensed with in curing the almost innumerable symptoms of Psora. The similarity in nature of the leading antipsoric, sulphur, to phosphorus and other combustible substances from the vegetable and mineral kingdoms led to the use of the latter, and some animal substances naturally followed them by analogy, in agreement with experience."

The Chronic Diseases Their Peculiar Nature and Their Homoeopathic Cure, Hahnemann, The Medicines, page 244.

H. was the first to study the similarity of the minerals to miasmic states as well as the complementary relationships of the remedies of the three kingdoms. The Founder taught the importance of "analogy

in accordance with experience" in the study of the relationships of the remedies of the three worlds. When homœopaths work in this manner they often uncover homogeneous relationships between individual medicines and remedy families found in the materia medica.

The study of remedies in families can be found in the works of H., E.A. Farrington, O. Lesser, H.A. Roberts, Whitmont and others. When I first came to India very senior homeopaths like the late doctor Dhawlae of Bombay were very skilled in understand the remedies powers of various mineral, plant and animal families. The really understood the proven characteristic symptoms of Magnesiums, Carbons, Natrums, etc. This research has been expanded by contemporary homoeopaths like J Scholten, J. Shah, and R. Sankaran. Some of the spin-offs of this work, however, has been trivialized to point that it no longer is based on the characteristic symptoms found in the materia medica and some of it has given away to too much speculation.  Nevertheless, it is not necessary to throw the baby

(the study of the natural families) with the bath water (too much dependence on essences,  concepts and themes.)

I am not of the opinion that a person can be labeled a mineral, plant of animal remedy by a few stereotypical indications and without a serious study of the totality of the symptoms..  A person may

need a mineral, plant or animal remedy at different times under different circumstances in accordance with their symptoms. The only time one can be sure that a patient needed a mineral, plant and

animal remedy is after it has worked. The most important factor in selecting homoeopathic remedies are the individual characteristic symptoms of the mistuned vital force. This is what transcends the apparent distinctions of the psyche and soma and is what some are now calling "the vital sensation". In order to do this one must learn how to judge the characteristic value of symptoms in categories

of striking, extraordinary, unusual and odd symptoms (Org. aphorism 153). The more strange, rare and peculiar the symptoms - the more it deserves to be under lined in the anamnesis of the patient.

This is the road to finding a true simillimum.

All of this said, the mineral, plant and animal remedies do have differing remedial powers based on their constituents.  Hahnemann's Materia Medica Pura appeared in six parts from 1811 to 1821.

This work was based on the provings of the First Provers Union that formed around Hahnemann in Leipzig. At this time, the Founder was using Similia and individualization without the classification

of specific disease syndrome. This method, however, was found lacking in the treatment of chronic degenerative diseases. This led to a twelve year study in which Hahnemann recorded the universal actions of three chronic miasmatic diseases, psora, sycosis and syphilis. xxx

In 1828 H. published the theory of chronic miasms and a materia medica of anti-miasmatic remedies. The Materia Medica Pura contained 67 remedies of which only 16 are minerals, 47 are plants, and

4 are animal remedies. Of the 48 anti miasmic remedies in The Chronic Diseases, 32 are minerals, 13 are plants, and 3 are animal remedies. This is shows that the mineral remedies are at the core of the treatment of inherited and acquired chronic miasms. Of 28 new remedies introduced by Hahnemann between the years 1828-1839 there are 23 minerals and 5 plants.

Most of the apsoric remedies come from the plant world and most of the anti-psoric remedies come from the mineral world. This tells the homoeopath something about the nature of the plant and animal kingdoms. Plants grow fast and go through rapid transformations and many are very similar to traumas, crisis, acute disorders and acute miasms. The minerals are slow moving, stable and pass through changes over longer periods of time. This is analogous to chronic diseases and miasms. The animal are always of the move and the most quick reacting species. The animals remedies are some of the

quickest acting most rapidly destructive medicines in the materia medica. They are suitable for very destructive forms of acute and chronic diseases. Those plants and animal remedies that are most suited

to chronic diseases are deeply affected by the mineral constituents as in the case of Lyc. and Calc.

Sulphur, Lycopodium and Calc. are the three cardinal anti-psoric remedies featured in H.'s Chronic Diseases (1828). These remedies are very well proven and their deep actions have been confirmed by generations of homœopaths. John H. Clarke once opined that a homœopath should begin their study of the materia medica with the three pivotal chronic remedies, Sulphur, Calcarea, and Lycopodium.

[Clarke]

This trio is the basis on which the rest of the materia medica may be grouped by comparison.

"Moreover, Calcarea is one of the polychrest remedies, and ranks with Sulphur and Lycopodium at the head of the antipsorics. It is absolutely essential to a correct appreciation of the homoeopathic materia medica that these three medicines should be thoroughly known, as these are in a sense the standards around which the rest are grouped."

Clarke's Dictionary, Volume 1, Calcarea, page 338.

It is no accident that Sulphur is a mineral, Lycopodium is a plant, and Calcarea is an animal remedy. These three chronic medicines hold the template for the Three Kingdoms in the treatment of the chronic diseases and miasms.  Sulphur is at the head of the mineral world, Lycopodium is at the head of the plant world, and Calcarea is at the head of the animal world in the treatment of chronic miasms. All the other chronic remedies can be grouped by their connections to the three cardinal antipsorics.

[Ulrich Welte]

Defensive, fear being injured, defiant. Also the specific looks of Brachyglottis: chin defiantly pushed forward and upward but with fearful eyes and distressed look; clings to his weapon with cramped hand but stands his ground bravely; sweats with fear of being crushed by a stronger person.

 

Group Studies.

I don't think an entire genus group like the botanical Compositae family can be definitively reduced to a few words that are supposed to represent the essence all the remedies. This is an over simplification. The Compositae family, however, does have its characteristic causations, signs, befallments and symptoms that make it unique. The Compositae family includes around 60 homoeopathic remedies:

ABROT./Absin./Ambro./anth./anth-c./ARN./Art-v./Bell-p./blum-o./brach./CALEN./card-b./Cardus-m./cent./CHAM./chrysan./cich./CINA./cyna./echi./Echi-p./erech./erig./esp-g./eup-a./EUP-P./Eup-pur./ galin./Gnaph./Grin./Gua./helia./inul./lact./lact-e./lact-s./lappa./laps./liatr./Mill./Nabal./onop./parth./polym./pyre-o./pyre-p./pyre-r./Sant./Senec./senec-j./senecin./silphu./Solid./tanac./Tarax./tus-f./tus-fa./tus-p. /vern-a./WYE./xanrhi./xanth.

In folk medicine these plant were used for shock/traumas/bruises/liver and blood dyscrasia./nervous conditions/spasms/respiratory catarrh sepsis and worms. The regional affinities of the Compositae are the Sensorium; mind/BRAIN/Nervous system; respiratory system; immune system; vital organs/HEART/lungs/LIVER/spleen/kidneys; DIGESTIVE ORGANS/gall bladder/stomach; circulation./BLOOD/blood vessels and veins; MUSCLES/Tendons/and Bones; Mucus membranes. Complaints of INJURED./babies./dentition./the young and the aged as in infants and grandparents.

Many of the Compositae represent sudden shocks./traumatism./injury and wounds. These remedies have a feeling as if SHOCKED./BRUISED./TRAUMATIZED./VICTIMIZED./WOUNDED AND "DISLOCATED". There is a need to "get it all back together" and start living again. This is a contrary group of remedies that act with a mixture of defensiveness with fear of interference./injury./invasion./and attack as well as aggression./abuse and striking out. The Compositae patients do not really like to be approached./moved./or TOUCHED because they are < worse contact [emotional and physical]./jar./being hit./or sudden movements. Many of these remedies have NEVER WELL SINCE SHOCKS./TRAUMAS./OPERATIONS./WOUNDS AND INJURIES.

The Compositae construction is reminiscent of the complex structures of similar cells in the vital organs like the brain./lungs./liver./heart./spleen./and kidneys. Many of these remedies are have very strong affinities with organs and regions. They are also useful in acute and chronic one-sided states centered in these areas. The more plethoric sanguine elements show symptoms like flushes of heat./heart and circulatory problems./easy hemorrhages./bloody discharges and blood poisoning. Many Compositae are useful in cancer treatment.

Some of these flowers are also very useful in infections/worms/parasites/septic states/rapid decomposition/accompanied by nervous complications/continued and remittent fevers. Here there is a

mixture of high fever/chill and sweats with bone and muscles aches/hard bed sensations/prostration and restlessness. These remedies are characteristic of many acute crisis/acute miasms/zymotic diseases/parasitical and worm diseases. Such remedies are antiviral/antibiotic/antiseptic and anhelmithic. The Compositae are insect resistant as is demonstrated by Calendula and Chrysanium.

The plants have delicate root systems/longish stems and larger flower heads. Sometimes the roots are too weak to hold their flower heads up just like the way the patient feels dizzy and must lie down because of great weakness. The Compositae produce prostration of the brain/spasms of the nervous system with aching muscles with deep bones.

The Compositae remedies have particular seasons./periodicity./and epidemics. Compositae flowers grows in fields and areas with access to sunlight and they change their position with the sun and the patient < cold/excitability/restlessness/changeable/and subject to mood swings. Most of the Compositae < cloudy/damp weather. Many flowers are brightly colored/yellow/orange and red colors while others are lighter colors. These colors are found in the symptoms of various remedies. Many of these flowers act on the brain and nervous elements./bilious humour/the digestive system and the sanguine humor/heart and blood/lungs and breathing.

The small inner flowers that make up the ray of small flowers that move out from a navel and these remedies are known for the pains of the umbilical region. The umbilicus represents instinctive nourishment/as this is the source of the cord that feeds the fetus in with womb. Many of these remedies are known for strong effect on the abdominal organs./mal nourishment/bilious states/abdominal pains./and digestive upsets. The spleen/the filter of melan-choler./adds symptoms of melancholia and hypochondria as well as decomposed discharges. Some of the Compositae tend to become very BILIOUS./irritable./angry./defensive./morose./and sometimes are offensive and abusive when ill. These remedies easily loss mental control during crisis or illnesses and have fear death. In general/they are more morose then melancholic.

Many of the Compositae remedies have an effect on CONVULSIONS./spasmodic diseases and digestive complaints./sometimes as reflex symptoms of worms. This tendency is found in a particular group of Compositae. Some of the Compositae flowers are known for their strong smell as well as power to produce allergenic diseases./hay fever./sneezing./asthma./yawning./and fainting. As decorative flowers they give off pleasant odors as well as pollen that causes HAY FEVER./allergies./and other idiosyncratic reactions. These are disease of the air./nervous system./and respiratory system.

The emotional disposition suffers from mood changes and feelings of being venerable./delicate./and sensitive with fear of being hurt./touched or approached physically as well as mentally. The sensitivity of these plants is shown in the symptoms of excitable but worse < excitement. In the beginning the flowers in bloom stimulate the mind./emotion and senses but in the end they produce the state of sensory depression./dullness./and forgetfulness.

The Compositae temperament is moody/changeable/fearful/nervous and restlessness # contradictory states/irritability/anger and moroseness. At the same time./they are < change and motion which leaves them frustrated. They are troublesome patients in that they do not answer questions well either of out dullness/denial +/o. irritability. They are very contrary/act as if they can stand it no longer it +/o. loose control of their mind and senses. These flowers are associated with profuse dreaming of complex subjects that are not well remembered in the morning. At night the sensorium is vividly active but in the daytime it is depressed. The Compositae yawn when tired./under stress./and even when sleeping! In some of these plants this causes <.

In reviewing the Compositae symptoms there is plethora/cardiovascular/rheumatic and arthritic diathesis with soreness/stitching/aching/bruised feelings/hard bed sensations/inflamed tissue/AS IF BEATEN OR BROKEN IN PIECES. Many of these remedies have strong sanguine tendencies. There are also rheumatic-like conditions with concomitant heart/liver and kidney diseases/arthritis/urinary cystitis /urethral discharges/gonorrhea and sycosis. These flowers feel as if the mind/head/temples/eyes/forehead/muscles/organs/bones have been traumatized. They are always trying to release stress and stiffness by stretching but there is much lassitude./and they must lie down because of weakness./often associated with trembling.

The cholero bilious elements of these flowers elements are a choleric disposition in which they are very defensive./morose./angry./cross./contrary./and so touchy that they wants to be left alone but are still demanding of attention at the same time. A bilious mentality thinks the best defense is a good offense and they can be quite abusive. This group can be quite domineering and seek to take control by a combination of sullen/antisocial moodiness/irritability and anger. These remedies have bilious indigestion./liver and gall bladder complaints with temple headaches/yellow eyes/photophobia/yellow coating on the tongue/slimy/bitter/yellow discharges/bitter and sour eructation/vomiting/diarrhea/dysentery/bleeding/constipation and parasites.

Sanguine elements of the Compositae are demonstrated by plethora/heart problems/strokes/hemorrhagic diathesis/bloody discharges/dysmennorhea/metorrhagia and miscarriages./sometimes from injuring

or exertion. There is also easy bruising and internal bleeding. Many of these remedies demonstrate rheumatic and arthritic state with concomitant heart./kidney./liver and circulatory problems. Remember these remedies in external and internal bleeding.

The nervous elements include epilepsy./chorea./convulsions./tremor./cramping pains./trembling./and spasmodic diseases. They patients are prone to parasites and reflex symptoms of worms and parasites.

A fourth aspect of Compositae has strong respiratory idiosyncrasies with catarrh/sneezing/yawning and asthma. Here there is profuse discharge from the mucus membranes with pain in the frontal bones and sinuses < on motion. These remedies have sudden./periodic./or seasonal attacks when the flowers bloom.

Modalities:

Times; < Morning 5 - 9 h./21 h.- 5 h. <: eating/open air/cold/(sudden) motion/Grief and strong emotions/Touch/Approach/Jar/Hard bed/Periodically/Seasonally/Rainy cloudy weather;

The Four Major Subcategories of the Compositae

1st = Arnikagroup: As a family group the Compositae has the potential to treat the wide variety of signs, befallments and symptoms. Within the major Compositae there are subgroups that circle around particular cardinal remedies and their symptoms. These remedies hold the template for each subcategory that has a number of lesser-known remedies. For example the first group of Compositae has a special relationship to traumas/hemorrhages/septic states and arthritic and rheumatic diathesis and urinary concomitants.

These remedies share the shocked, bruised, broken, wounded sensations of Arnica as well as it hard bed sensations, tendency toward hemorrhage/blood poisoning/pus formations/remittent and continued fevers with heat, chill and sweat and strong bone pains. These remedies tend to be < interference/shock/jar/touch/quick movements/exertions etc.. We can easily see this image in Arnica but how often

do we think of Calendula/Echincea and Lappa?

The Traumatic Hemorrhagic, Arthritic, Rheumatic Compositae.

    ARN. brach. Bell-p. eup-a. Eup-per. Eup-pur. Calen. erech. erig. Echi. Mill. gnaph. Lappa. Gua. Senec. tus-p.

The regions for group 1 Compositae are sensorium; mind./nervous system; immune system; vital organs [brain./heart./lungs./liver./gall bladder./kidneys; heart]./circulation./blood./blood vessels; veins./muscles./tendons./bones and mucus membranes. They are very useful in traumatic injuries./blows./falls./bruises./distortions./dislocations./wounds./extravasations./hemorrhages and operations.

This group of remedies is characterized by trauma./rheumatic-like conditions of the heart and muscles./arthritic joints with urinary concomitants These remedies show fear of injury./infection./approach./touch./of being wounded./and of bleeding to death. Characteristic include SORE./BRUISED./BEATEN./BROKEN with hard bed sensations that are worse < sudden

motions, jar and exertion. Excessive inclination to perform many and long literary labors./without possessing the strength which is required to terminate them without injuring the health.

Many of these remedies are useful in acute miasms and zymotic diseases with bone pains./aching muscles./stitching in the joints./hard bed sensations./terrible headaches./dullness of sensorium./low delirium./muttering./rapid prostration./as well as chill./heat and sweat. The Compositae of this order are useful in septic./bilious./remittent./and continued fevers associated with rapid decomposition

and putrid states. Therefore they are very effective in septic wounds with pus/blood poisoning/boils.

The traumatic Compositae are full-blooded people with plethoric tendencies and the flushes of "bleeders". These flower patients can be very loud./self-centered./contrary./argumentative./and prone to hemorrhages./heart attacks and strokes. They always feel threatened./defensive./attacked./violated./hurt./wounded./and injured. They do not like to be physically or mentally move./touched./jarred./shocked./or interfered with./but they also feel restless./frustrated and ignored. > when still or with moderate or controlled motion but are decidedly < any kind of strain.

These remedies are useful in rheumatic diathesis./heart disorders./circulatory problems./with aching./sore./beaten muscle pains. Noted for arthritic diathesis or gouty-like states with stitching joints./deep aching bone pains < sudden shock./emotional stress./motion./jar./and touch. There is a disposition to genitourinary affections./cystitis./gonorrhea and sycosis.

Many of these remedies are suited to sanguine temperaments or those with plethoric tendencies./hemorrhagic diathesis and ecchymosis. There are many red./purple./blue./and black discolorations. Suited to traumatic diathesis and never well since injury syndromes. Veins varicose./veins distended./engorged./hemorrhoids and plethoric states. Prone to copious menses and metorrhagia. Hemorrhages in TB cases.

Study the individual remedies in this group in the materia medica and note their similar and differential symptoms.

2nd = Chamomillagroup: the Compositae is more nervous/bilious/cross/irritable/angry/cramp-like/colicky remedies with a great effect on the navel/abdomen/liver/gal bladder and spleen. The central remedy for this subgroup is the well-known remedy Chamomilla but it also includes Cardus-marianus, Taraxicum and Grindelia.

The Nervous. Bilious Digestive Compositae

    Anth. anth-c. CHAM. Card-m. card-p. cent. cich. chrysan. Grin. heli. panth. Tarax. Grin. heli. Nabal.

The Group 2 Compositae works in the regions of liver. gal bladder. spleen. eyes. temples. digestive complaints. malnutrition. mal assimilation. and bilious and hypochondriacal states. Complaints of babies. dentition. and young children. This state characterized by a choleric temper. critical nature. anger. bitterness. crossness. with a touchy disposition which is easily offend. irritable. forgetful. restlessness. nervousness. sadness. forgetfulness. moroseness and melancholic.

The bilious Compositate treat congestion and constriction in the forehead./heaviness of head./pressing in the forehead and occiput. The eyes are painful./inflamed with the red lids with yellow whites. There is often bleeding from the nose. The face is sallow./yellow with heat. Mouth has much salivation./bitter taste. There is constriction of the throat with reflux and difficult swallowing. There eructation < after eating.

These remedies show heartburn, nausea, pain, pressing, distention as well as liver and gall bladder ailments. In the abdomen are movements./liver pain,colic,gallstones,cramping,gripping,drawing,pressing,stitching,and rumblings. Most of the stools are bilious and yellow. There is urging in the bladder, to urinate, with morbid desire and scanty yellowish or dark urine.

The Compositae also produce irritation of the larynx./dry irritation of the air passages. The expectoration is often yellowish./greenish and may be bloody. Chest pains on inspiration./pain in the heart region./drawing./stitching./stitching in the side of chest. Pain in the back./upper limb./upper arm./forearm. The sleep is disturbed restlessness with frequent waking./dreams./and yawning. Useful in bilious and gastric fevers. The skin is yellow as in jaundice. Hemorrhage./jerking muscles./lassitude and weakness. These remedies < r./Motion;

Study the individual remedies in this group in the materia medica and note their similar and differential symptoms.

3rd = Cinagroup: is the nervous./spasmodic and anthelminthics group that has violent symptoms./nervous excitement./spasms./epileptic seizure./convulsions./somnambulism./chorea./catalepsy./nervous tremors./twitching./and paralysis. These symptoms center around Cina./but they also include Artemisia vulgaris, Artemisia absinthium and Tanacetum vulgare.

   Art-v. Absin. CINA. lact. sant. tanac.

The Spasmodic Anthelminthic Group is lead by the remedy, Cina, which carries the template for the subgroup. The regions of Cina group are the mind, NERVOUS SYSTEM, Brain, CEREBRO-SPINAL; senorium, circulation, abdomen, bowels, mucus membranes. Complaints in children. The most common conditions are violent symptoms, nervous excitement, spasms, epileptic seizure, convulsions, somnambulism, chorea, catalepsy, nervous tremors, twitching, and paralysis. These remedies have nervous elements and spasms.

Constitutions prone to worms and parasites and reflex symptoms of parasites. Dark circles under the eye, pale face, itching of the nose and anus, swallowing at night when asleep, grinding of the teeth in sleep, twitching, jerking, restless sleep, worm colic, and a touchy, irritability temper; the child wakes up frightened. Complaints of teething children, childhood and puberty; Young people; nervousness, excitement, and sleeplessness in children. Nervous temperaments with spasmodic diathesis, chorea, or fits of unconsciousness.

There remedies produce an altered state of consciousness with hallucination, exhalation of fancies, frightful visions, as if insane, foolish, or idiotic. Plays antics, teases, jokes until it becomes unkind, does not know when to quit. Kleptomania, a decided tendency to take that which does not belonging to them; to be selfish, envious, and greedy. They may not steal material objects but there always this tendency to take what they want at the cost of others. Ill-humour, restless, fretful, peevish, very cross, does not want to be touched, caressed, or interfered with in any manner. Delusions that they can take what belongs to others, grotesque animals, pursued by enemies, soldier, being murder, and killing. These remedies are prone to yawning, which either aggravates or ameliorates. Worse < excitement; DURING SLEEP; TOUCH; night; Vexation; Worms.

Study the individual remedies in this group in the materia medica and note their similar and differential symptoms.

4th = Wyethiagroup: is the respiratory and allergy group that have a strong idiosyncratic effect on the respiratory system./lungs./nose./sinus./mucus membranes./and breathing. The group is headed by Wyethia helenioides but also includes Ambrosia artemisiefolia, Solidago virgaurea and Silphium laciniatum.

The modus operandi of the genus method is learning how the lesser-known remedies of the material medica circulate around the polychrest like satellites.

This makes it possible to review the 60 remedies of the Compositae Family in smaller homogenous subcategories that reflect the cardinal remedies heading the group. In this way the homoeopaths may

use a study of the major remedies to a review of the lesser-known remedies of the family that one would not normally include. If the case points to Arnica one may find Echinacea or Lappa actually suits the patient better. These remedies, however, may not show up in the repertorization due to limited entries. The following presentation is a group study of the four major subcategories of the Compositae and their remedies.

The regions of the respiratory and allergy group are RESPIRATORY SYSTEM, Lungs, Nose, MUCUS MEMBRANES, trachea and bronchial tubes; digestion, and bowels. There are many respiratory complaints with urinary concomitants such as asthma and nightly dysuria.. These remedies are useful in HAY FEVER with seasonal attacks, the eyes smart with burning lachymation with intolerable itching of the eyes, and nose bleeds. The nares of the nose are irritated with abundant mucus secretion or painful dryness. There are paroxysms of sneezing. Idiosyncrasies do to special sensitivities, over reaction to non-threatening situations.

Useful in Asthma, chronic bronchitis and catarrh of the lungs, bladder and bowels. Suited to seasonal diarrhea, and dysenteries, esp. if concomitant to respiratory allergies. These remedies are often nervous, uneasy, depressed. There is over reactive anger, irascibility, GREAT IMPATIENCE, irritability from the least exertion, quarrelsomeness, and scolding nature. They can hardly stand their condition and which drives them to distraction. The often feel as if they are falling down from a height. They fear crashing down to reality. Fighting for the breath of life. Feelings as if suffocating or being smothered.

Study the individual remedies in this group in the materia medica and note their similar and differential symptoms.

On this basis it is easy to get an understanding of the Compositae as a whole and the four major subgroups within the family. This makes it easier to digest a large family of remedies in smaller easy to comprehend packages. This information is based on group repertorisation./comparative materia medica studies./and case histories. On this solid basis the shared mental./general and particular symptoms can be collated and the redline characteristics of the family and its subgroups can be developed. On this basis it is then possible to develop the differential symptoms that makes each subgroup and remedies unique in its own sphere. With this objective scientific data in hand it is possible to utilize the more subjective intuitive aspects of the material in a manner that balanced yet progressive. I hope that this short study has given a glimpse into the beneficial aspects of studying remedies in genus groups based on the signs and symptoms.

 

Asclepius in the Balance

I support the work on the Three Kingdoms done by progressive homoeopaths, but at the same time, I caution against over reliance on essences, themes and concepts to the detriment of the a deeper study of the material found in our traditional repertories and materia medica. When flow charts and keynotes replace (rather than complement) the scientific material found in our reference works the outcome is a retrograde movement in homoeopathic education. Some people do not bother to study the traditional material in any depth and have become one-sided mentalist and so-called essence prescribers. I have heard some say that when they practice the true Esse they do need all that other "stuff".

Much of essence work is so exclusively focused on amateurish psychology that it trivializes the greater system of homoeopathy. If the somatic generals and particulars are not developed hand in hand with the deeper psychological aspects of our art it will fail to retain its rightful place as a complete medical system. If the time honored medical aspects of homoeopathic philosophy and pathology is ignored while the latest revelations circulating the seminar circuit are highlighted with terms like the "cut edge" the "highest essence" and "the best" we lose our heritage to the latest craze. Too many individuals using homoeopathy do not know their fundamentals well enough to be called real homoeopathicians.

If you take some of these individuals into a front line medical institution they do not know how to tell an acute disorder from a chronic disease, a functional disorder from a pathological state, or a dangerous infectious miasm from a non infectious disorder. They don't know how layers of dissimilar disease repel, suspend, or unit into complex diseases nor how the true reversal of symptoms takes place. They can not tell the difference between a constitutional expression, a miasmatic complex, or a one-sided disease. They don't even know the four major types of remedy reactions or the difference between the signs of a true simillimum, a partial simillimum or a wrong remedy. They can not differentiate between a true healing crisis and the symptoms caused by over medication or the a bad reaction. They don't really know homoeopathic medicine yet they think they are already practicing the highest method.

Some are so busy looking for transcendental core delusions, a clever spin on the doctrine of signatures, or a fantastic new remedy essence that they can not even see the characteristic symptoms of mistuned vital force right in front of them. This is a hit or miss method. Sometimes they "hit" at the wrong time in the wrong patient and they cause more trouble than good because they do not take the time to understand the nature of the disease state. Such failures are often blamed on some outside reason or the patient. Please, dear colleagues, learn the fundamentals that make homoeopathy a medical science very well and then you will be able to reach for the stars without losing touch with the realities of the earth plane. It is important to build one's practice on the bedrock of the Organon, Chronic Diseases and Lesser Writings. If one's homoeopathic house is build on proverbial sand the winds and rains of clinical realities will bring it down sooner or later.

I apologize in advance to anyone who may think that I am speaking out unfairly. I am not talking about any particular individual, group or school of thought and I mean no harm. I am sharing my concern about the future of the homoeopathic education and what will be passed on to the next generation of practitioners. That is why I support the progressive areas of study within our school, while at the same time, call for a maintenance of the traditional roots and standards that have made homoeopathy a great medical system.

 

[David Little]

Modalities: periodically/seasonally/< morning 5 h. – 9h../21 h. – 5h. < eating/open air/cold/(sudden) motion/grief and strong emotions/touch/approach/jar/hard bed/rainy./cloudy weather.

On this basis it is easy to get an understanding of the Compositae as a whole and the four major subgroups within the family. This makes it easier to digest a large family of remedies in smaller easy to comprehend packages. This information is based on group repertorisation./comparative materia medica studies./and case histories. On this solid basis the shared mental./general and particular symptoms can be collated and the redline characteristics of the family and its subgroups can be developed. On this basis it is then possible to develop the differential symptoms that makes each subgroup and remedies unique in its own sphere. With this objective scientific data in hand it is possible to utilize the more subjective intuitive aspects of the material in a manner that balanced yet progressive. I hope that this short study has given a glimpse into the beneficial aspects of studying remedies in genus groups based on the signs and symptoms.

 

*Compositae

Entwurzelt. Aus der gewohnten Umgebung gewaltsam herausgerissen.

Lebensgefährlichen./gewalt­tätigen Umständen ausgeliefert.

Diese spezifische Situation ist eingebettet in die allgemeinen Compositae-Zeichen. Sie lassen sich unschwer mit der Hauptfunktion des Immun­systems in Verbindung bringen: Erhaltung der

Integrität durch Erkennung und notfalls Bekämpfung und Beseitigung von Fremdmaterial. Damit stehen die Compositae auch in enger Verbindung zu den Lanthaniden../die aber eher bei

autoimmunen Prozessen angezeigt sind. Im Übrigen reichern viele Compositae in ihrem Pflanzenkörper Lanthanide an. Die folgenden Themen sind inzwischen oft durch gute Fälle bestätigt

worden:

 

Themen der Compositae (nach Scholten)

 Eigenwilliger Widerstand nach Verletzung der Integrität, Verteidigung

Will selbst bestimmen./duldet keinen fremden Eingriff

Rasch hohes Fieber./mindestens 39°

Parasiten

die meisten bevorzugten ein helles Gelb

 

Haben im Pflanzenreich Position wie Primaten. im Tierreich

(seelische) Verletzung/hurt/injured/burnt/shocked.

BEING INJURED, BEING HURT

Being Tough, Hitting Back, If I’m attacked I can fight back

I was unaffected by the injury, I did not cry

The hit, the strike, the injury: wants slapping own children

The headache is so bad, If anyone talks I feel like it is hitting my head

I worry I will be hurt, injured/if someone breaks in, they can hit you, bang on your head/something/worry, children can get hurt, they can get cut

Very bruised, very sore/PAIN: Violent, painful, tearing, bruising     

Just don’t touch it/don’t want to be touched, because it is so tender, so bruised

They are well when they are not/passive reaction; victim reaction; they go numb, stupor or a collapse (Thanatose.).x

And other side – feeling painlessness, numbness, Anthesisia

I was holding part of the muscle ripped out, It did not affect me, until they saw and screamed

The baby was hit on the head, it came to the hospital and did not cry

Hitting Back

Active reaction: offense is the best defence./I’m going to act so I don’t get hurt again/can hurt others./can be cruel

Compensation: Being the TOUGH GUY (comes from fear)/it’s very hard to cry./becoming unemotional./“No./I’m okay”

They have a basic inner feeling and they change their behavior to prevent their button from being pushed

Can be protective of others; Sensitive of protecting of others./knowing what it feels like yourself; Great protectors of the injured

Injury at Mental level: being insulted./put down./these are all jerks./I still have to be gentle with them./I am more unemotional

Sycotic: doing everything to avoid the pain

Keywords: banged./burnt./hammered./blows./crashed./pounded./smacked./burned./hurt./tough./numb./run over./thrashed./knocked./accidents./boxed./concussion

Enthalten r. drehende. Camphor.

 

Empfinden

Verletzt.

Wehgetan oder beleidigt.

Im Schock.

Verbrannt oder verbrüht.

Angst davor./berührt zu werden./weh getan zu bekommen./dass jemand nahe kommt.

Passive Reaktion

Unfähigkeit./auf die ursprüngliche Verletzung zu reagieren./ist die passive Reaktion.

Diese Unfähigkeit zu reagieren hält manchmal lange an und wird dann zu einem Symptom./wie wir es im Arn-Zustand sehen : Schmerzlosigkeit bei Beschwerden./die normalerweise schmerzhaft sind.

Abgestumpft.

Anästhesiert.

Stupor.

Katalepsie.

Aktive Reaktion

Reizbar und heikel.

Tut anderen weh.

Grausam.

Gewalttätig.

Schlägt.

 

 

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