Lac asinum = Hausesel
Gemüt: Hilflosigkeit; Bild des geschundenen, ausgenutzten und verlachten Wesens, das für andere den Trottel macht; hilfreich und bescheiden, doch leider etwas beschränkt und stur;
fühlt sich unfair und grob behandelt, würde gern vehement rebellieren, fühlt sich aber zu unbeholfen.
Körper: vor allem Kopfregion betroffen, speziell um die Augen und Schläfen; „Wie einer Faschingsmaske“ o. „Wie einem Scheuklappen“; Blut schießt in den Kopf;
Allgemein: rechtsseitige Symptome.
Donkeys have a great sense of self-preservation, hence they will not do anything that puts them in danger. That is why donkeys are called stubborn, but this is the result of misinterpretating their behaviour.
The donkey that Jesus rode into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, is symbolic of the spiritual kingdom of God. The Messiah riding upon a donkey offers forgiveness and peace with God, whereas Christ mounted upon a horse implies judgment and war.
In time, the donkey became a symbol of those reluctant to believe the Gospel story, including St. Thomas, the Doubter, St. Anthony of Padua, losing his patience with an unbeliever, and declaring that it would be easier to get a wild ass to worship the Sacrament than to convince him of the truth. To the surprise of the people, a wild ass did approach the Sacrament and knelt worshipfully for it.
Many who saw this miracle converted, and the kneeling donkey became an attribute of this saint. The donkey was the lawn tractor/wheel barrow in old Ireland.
Themes in the Remedy:
Stupidity and Stubbornness
Ignorance, darkness, idiocy
Humility and Kindness - a little foolish but obedient
Curse and Punishment - in mythology the person who is punished is turned into a donkey
Helplessness and Desertion
Others seem spiteful, unfair, ruthless
Feelings of being an innocent, passive, defenseless martyr; a tragic, passive witness
Pains and sensations around the head and eyes (blindfold)
Pins and needles - paralysis of the head, face and trunk
Swelling, oedema, sweat
Stamina - wellbeing, fitness
< exertion and heat
Heat sensations - face, eyes, stomach
Epigastric pain and rumbling
Hot flushes with a need to breathe in deeply
Children, pregnancy, water, working, others mocking, knives/murder
Several themes came out very strongly in the proving of Horse’s milk, including the strong feeling of being overwhelmed by duty and work and the impression that life is hardship. In the past
if your horse became ill there would be no work, food or money and horses were often worked to death. Another thing that came out very strongly was killing and violence, probably because
the horse has been used in warfare for millennia. Horse milk people tend to be efficient and very organised and work well together in a group, which probably relates to the herd nature of the
animal. Both of my Horse’s milk patients own a horse, which is a very important and much loved part of their lives. They refer to horses as their “therapy”.
Donkey hairs were widely believed to cure a number of ailments, and were often worn in a charm around the neck, to guard against whooping-cough, toothache, fits, and to ease teething pains in babies. Riding a donkey was also believed effective (rider facing the donkey’s tail). Riding a donkey was sometimes used as a preventative for toothache, measles and other children’s complaints. One cure for whooping-cough and ague stated that the patient should be passed under a donkey and over its back either 3 or 9x; the trick of feeding an animal some of the patient’s hair to transfer the illness was also used with donkeys. The donkey also used to help cure the complaints of other animals; letting a black donkey run with mares in a field was thought to stop the mares miscarrying.
Donkey herds sheep like dog.
Vergleich: Enthält: Solids 11.1, Fat 1.2, Eiweiß 1.7, Lactose 6.9, Ash 1.3;
Agros. (= Kornradsamen/= rote Kornblume/Wurzel/= Zwijns-/schaaps-/ezelsoren/= Christus-/= Gods-/= schoonoog/= akkervlam/= steekneusken/= Bolderkruid/= muggenbloem/= orgelbloem/= corncockle (= Kornrade)/= Ackerrade/= Höllenkorn/= Klockenblume/= Kornnelke/= Kornrose/= Pisspöttken).
Aran. (= Esel unter Spinnen).
Daucus carota = Karotte/= Eselsmöhre/= Gelbe Möhre/= Gelbe Rübe/= Mohrrübe/= Morich/= Mörle/= Vogelnestchen
Elat.: (= Eckballium elaterum/= Eselsgurke/= Spritzgurke/= Springgurke/= Kletterpflanze).
Pert. = Keuchhusten Nosode/?hergestellt aus Schleim eines Kranken?/= Haemophilus pertussis/= Bordet-Gengou bacillus/= Coqueluchinum/= Whooping Cough/= tosse canina (= dog’s bark, Italy)/= Wolfshusten (= howling of wolves)/= Eselshusten (= braying of donkeys)
Symph. = Beinwellwurzel/= Himmelsbrot/= Grande consoudé/= Comfrey/= Bone set/= Beinwurz/= Bienenkraut/= Chüechlichrut/= Eselohrwurzel/= Hasenlaub/= Honigblum/= Milchwurzel/= Schadheilwurzel/= Schmalwurz/= Schwarzwurz/= Speckwurz/= Wallwurz/= Wottel und Zottel/= Wundallheil
Allerlei: China: Dummheit, Einfalt; Einfachheit; Symbol für den daoistischen Unsterblichen Zhang Guolao