Rosales = Pflanzen.

 

Comparison.: Asterales (Asteridae) and Rosidea (Rosales)

 

Thema: Schwermut;

Pyrinae (= Kernobstgewächse)

  Apfelbeeren (Aronia)

  Zierquitten (Chaenomeles)

  Chamaemeles

  Cormus

  Zwergmispeln (Cotoneaster)

  Weißdorne (Crataegus)

  Quitten (Cydonia.)

  Äpfel (Malus)

  Melacomenes

  Mispeln (Mespilus)

  Birnen (Pyrus)

  Mehlbeeren (Sorbus)

 

                       * Rosaceae

Anhang. (Jan Scholten/Deborah Collins)

Vergleich.: Kaliums mit Rosaceae

The Thematic Expression of the Rosaceae Family

The thematic expressions regarding the Rosaceae family has been a subject surrounded by much deliberation. A comprehensive proving into the Malus species

has never been conducted and thus an in-depth investigation into this species was necessary to definitively establish the themes and remedy picture thereof.

According to Sankaran (2007: 1741), the vital sensations of the Rosaceae family are:

Pressure;

Oppression;

Pinching pains (both inward and outward);

Shooting pains (like lightning);

Cramping pains (which are forceful and fast).

Included in this family are the roses; apple; pear; plums; apricots; cherries; nectarines; peaches; prunes; sloe; raspberries; blackberries; quince and strawberries.

The proving of Malus domestica 30CH revealed that many provers developed cramping pains, chiefly in the extremities and in the abdominal area.

Sankaran (2007) further suggests that the experience of pressure found within the Rosaceae family is characterized by an inward shooting sensation, followed

by an outward shooting sensation (often + shortness of breath); suffocation; gasping and oppression

-as well as further cramping and spasms- or even collapse. It is interesting to note that a few provers experienced tightness in their chests, as well as a sensation

of difficulty in inspiration during the proving of Malus domestica 30CH which seemingly verified Sankaran’s proposed

analysis of the Rosaceae family.

Welte (2012) postulates that the Rosaceae family can be recognized by an expression of:

Romantic, idealistic, sweet “courtly” love;

The demanding and stifling themes of Hydrocyanic acid (see Section 5.6);

The “prick of thorns”.

According to Welte (2012), a person requiring a remedy from this family would exhibit

a combination of the above mentioned themes in differing proportions. Welte (2012) suggests that the theme of the Rosaceae family is one of suffocative love stemming

from the idealistic notions about love and eternal love, which, when threatened, causes an individual to take it too much to heart. It is then that such individuals feel

the anguish of an unfulfilled love. He further suggests that the stifling theme of cyanide emerges in the Rosaceae family when the need for eternal, exclusive, sweet

scented and summum-bonum (“highest good”) love is unfulfilled. (Welte, 2012).

Both Scholten and Collins (2012) seem to concur with Welte’s idea that the themes surrounding exclusive and sweet, ‘’courtly’’ love prevails in the Rosaceae family;

they are both quick to suggest that, as the apple tree has no thorns and that the apple seeds contain very little hydrocyanic acid, the “sweetness” of the Rosaceae family

predominates in this plant. Such were the results of this proving study, as certain provers noted a change in their personas from one that was hard and rigid to soft, sweet

and yelding.

Scholten (2013) further elaborates that the Rosaceae family focuses on love in the society we live in as well as establishing a family that survives. He states that there is

a strong desire to earn money and to create a business that will earn enough to provide a good, comfortable life for the family - as was apparent in prover (Scholten).

The Apple and Rosaceae Family

According to Sankaran (2007: 1741), due to the similar external features of the flowers of the apple, pear, plum and rose plants, they all share a common vital sensation

as these plants belong to the same family - the Rosace ae family. Included in this family are numerous fruits and berries, namely: (crab) apple, pear, strawberry, raspberry,

blackberry, peach, cherry and apricot (Scholten and Collins 2012).

Most of these plants contain the precursors of hydrocyanic acid - a highly lethal substance that, once eaten, is converted into hydrocyanic acid within the alimentary canal.

[Scholten and Collins (2012)]

The sweetness of the fruit, the thorny protection, and the breathlessness and suffocation due to the precursors of hydrocyanic acid present are the themes that are common

within this family. Scholten and Collins (2012) also state that the general theme is of the “pain of a broken heart” with manifestations of heart and circulation symptoms

being most pronounced. Just as the rose is a symbol of romantic love, so too is the apple an ancient symbol of love and sexuality.

Seele/Willen, Herz/Blut/Kreislauf, entwässernd, Verdauung + Ich-organisation            Durchfall/Leber/Blutung

Immer ein angeschwollenes Teil.

Frucht/Fruchtboden/Wurzel

Konzentration/Lebensfreude (beim Schenken)/will Ruhe (Bry.)/Stechen.

Dornröschen (Dornhecke = Rosengewächsen)/Elternrolle (Apfel/Birne/Pflaume)

In Buddhismus.: Erde = Rose/= Apfelkontinent/= Reich wohltuender Geister + am Fuß = Reich aggressiven Geister (Asuras)

Gestalt = Chaos + Bewegung

Edelauge. = Knospe von Rosaceae/Vitis zum Okulieren (= Impfen)

 

Liliaceae Ranunculaceae Rosaceae

 

Vergleich: Siehe: Sterngruppe + Fünfblättrigegruppe

 

** Rosoideae

Agri.

Agri-pilosa.

Alchemilla moschata = Ziegenkraut

Alchem-vg. = > als Agn in Hormonenausgleich

Alchem-x.

Pot-a. = Verat + nicht religiös/= Pot-t-ähnlich 

Potentilla aurea (Pot-au.)

Pot-t. hat Rat-ähnlicher Wirkung

Frag.

Geum. = Geum-u-ähnlich + weniger Intensiv

Geum-u. = Chin-ersatz

Sarcopoterium e radice w = dornige Bibernelle = Poterium spinosum/= Sarcopoterium spinosum

 

* Rosaceae

A sudden forceful squeezed/feels like pinched (suffocated)/

Lightening things - rose family

[R. Sankaran]

< Überstimulation; viele Bedürfnisse; viele Ideen; Einbildungen, Phantasien; < Tabak/Alkohol/Sex und andere Stimulantien; < Freude stimuliert Hunger.

Vergleich.: Spinnen und Rosaceae.

Aronia. melanocarpa

Cynos. = Gallen auf Ros-c/= Ser-ang + männlich/Nieren.

Eriobotrya japonica = Japanische Wollmispel Bonsaigruppe.           

Physocarpus opulifolia = Sneeuwbal

 

Quil.

Ros-c.

Ros-d.

Rubu.

Rubu-i.

Rubu.s chamaemorus = Moltebeere

Torfbeere

Sanguis-o.

Kousso. = Hagenia abyssinica (Kou)

 

              Drupaceae

Amyg./Prun-am = Hydr-ac.-ähnLICH + enthält Hydr-ac./Schwere im Stirn/= Amyg-p. - ÄHNlich;

Aruncus Sylvester = Geiß.-bart

Hydr-ac.: akut in Rosaceae

Spirae. = Acon.-ähnlich/= Tarent-ähnlich/= Bry + Beschwerden Wasser zu lassen (Rheuma)

Prunaceae

Prunus-armeniaca = Aprikose

              Aprikosenachat.

Prunus-africanum. = Afrikanischen Pflaumenbaum: Prostata/= Pfirsich/Blätter = Senn-ähnlich

Prunus-cf.

Prunus-cs.

Prunus-d.

Prunus laurocerasus = Laur. = Hydr-ac - heftig/= Amyg-ähnlich

Prunus padus.

Prun.

Prunus mume = Uma Japan = Winterblüher

Prunus 'Shôgetsu' = Prunus serrulata = Blushing Bride.

Findhorn Flower Essences: COMPASSION - Be openhearted and openminded. Transcend social and karmically inherited predispositions. Conduct yourself

with compassion and in the spirit of goodwill.

Prunus-v. = Hydr-ac + mild.

                          Maloideae

Amelanchier lamarckii = Felzenbirne/= Korinthenbaum

Aronia arbutifolia o. melanocarpa = Kahle Apfelbeere/= Schwarze Eberesche Formgruppe.

Crat. = Nux-v + unsichere Gefühlen/= Dig + nicht akut + nicht giftig/= Diazepin-ähnlich + gegensätzliche Beschwerden

Malus-c.

Malus sylvestris BB. = Holzapfel/= Crab apple

Phlor.

Pyrus-c. = Birne

Pyrus-americanus. = Mountain Ash

Sorb-a.

Sorbus domesticus = Speierling (bei Herstellung Apfelwein gebraucht) Blitz.

              * Elaeaguinaceae

Elaeagnus. 

Hipp-r. = Sanddorn

 

** Rhamnales

* Rhamnaceae

     Sensation of bursting pressure. Inflammation, sourness and burning (some of these shrubs do tolerate acid soils).

Ayurveda: aggravation of pitta (fire) and vata (wind).

Cas-s. = Rhamnus purshiana

Cean. = Schneeball/= Red root

Helinus integrifolius = Ubhubhubhu contains Sapin. = basis of froth. = Teil eines Ubulawu

Karw-h. 

Paliurus spina christi (= Rhamnus paliurus) = Judendorn/= Christusdorn/= Crown. of Thorns Rosales/in Islam werden Toten gewaschen mit Sud aus dessen Blätter

Rham-cal.

Rham-cat.

Rham-f.

Rham-p.

Sageretia thea o. thezans = Poor man’s tea Bonsaigruppe.

Ziziphus spina christi = Christusdorn/= Chinesiche Dattel/= Jujube

  

*** Urticales

haben unscheinbaren Blüten = halten Gefühlen zurück

haben unstetige Beziehungen, nehmen WAHR + drücken wenig aus, feige in Emotionen + frech/witzig im Intellekt, intuitiv/sarkastisch, wirken auf Nerven durch

Drüsen-/Hormonsystem. Windbestäubung/eigenständig, Hauptorgan = Blätter

                         * Cannabaceae

Cannabis indica a member of the Cannabaceae made up of herbs or herbaceous vines that lack milky latex. 

[Vermeulen and Johnston (2011a: 65)], the Cannabaceae family includes the following homoeopathic remedies:

Lupulinum

Trema grisea

Trema oriental

Es wird behauptet das Cann-i und Cann-s identisch sind. Die Unterschieden zwischen den beide ist klimatisch bedingt.

Cann-i.

Cann-s. = Cann-i. + mild- Nerven + Atmung + ENTzündung Harnröhre

Celt. = Hackberry/= islamische lote tree/= European Nettle/= Honeyberry/= Zürgelbaum/= Schattenbaum

Lup. = Morph-ÄHNlich

Lup-f. = Morph-ähnLich + endgültig an Grenzen gestoßen/= Kali-c + ignoriert Problemen

* Ulmaceae

Ulm.

Ulmus glabra = Wych Elm: Useful to protect the dead and dying/for those who cannot let go at the end of life. Helps remove fears over what and who are being left behind.

Ulmus procera BB.

              * Urticaceae

Brennen.

Cecr.

Helxine soleirolii = Bubiköpfchen/= Baby Tears

Pariet.

Urt-u.

Urt-c.

Urt-d.

Urt-g.              

Verbe-o.                                               

Verbe-u.                                               

              * Moraceae

Brosimum gaudichaudi = letterhout

Castilla elastica = Panama rubbertree

Ficaceae = Sukkulenten.

Ficus = wild fig/= goatfig = Feige des männlichen Baumes

Ficus benghalensi = Banyan Indien Staatssymbol. Bonsaigruppe

Ficus benjamina o. elastica = Gummibaum Bonsaigruppe.

Ficus buxifolia = Buchsbaumblättriger Gummibaum Bonsaigruppe

Fic-c. = Fic-c + intensiv Bonsaigruppe.

Ficus elastica = rubber Plant air filtering plants.

Ficus microcarpa o. Retusa = Banyanfeige Bonsaigruppe. 

              Clusia rosea (= Balsamapfel/= Baumwürger/= Autogrammbaum) verhält sich ähnlich wie Ficus microcarpa Bonsaigruppe

Fic-m. = Lorbeerfeige 

Ficus neriifolia = Oleanderblättriger Gummibaum Bonsaigruppe 

Ficus pumila = Kletter-Ficus Bonsaigruppe

Fic-r.

Ficus-thonnongii. = chinesischer Banyanbaum

Maclura tinctoria = Morus tinctoria Färbermaulbeerbaum Gelb.

Morinda citrifolia = Drachenbaum/= Noni/= Nona (I)/= Ba-ji-tian/= Fruchtpulver/= Indian mulberry

Mori-n. = Maulbeerbaum

Morinda tinctoria Färbermaulbeerbaum

Muru.

Strangler fig.

Upa-a.

Upa-t.                                   

Ulmaceae

Ulmus campestris/laevis/montana

Ulmus parviflora = chinesische Ulme Bonsaigruppe

Ulmus procera.

Zelkova carpinfolia = Kaukasiche Zelkove Bonsaigruppe

Zelkova serrata = Japanische Zelkove Bonsaigruppe

              Acharia

Chaul.

* Crassulaceae = Dickblattgewächsen

Sempervivum tectorum zählt zur Ordnungsgruppe der Rosenartigen mit der Untergruppe der Saxifragales und gehört zu den Crassulaceae, der Familie der Dickblattgewächse.

Einige weitere Crassulaceae sind als Arzneien bei Leeser beschrieben.

Sedum acre: scharfer Mauerpfeffer, geprüft von Jüngst 1888, soll bei Analfissuren mit und ohne Hämorrhoiden, bei anorektalem Karzinom, beide mit langanhaltenden

Schmerzen nach dem Stuhl (Voisin) helfen.

Sedum telephium: große Fetthenne, [Voisin] bei Kongestion von Becken, Uterus, Rektum oder Anus mit uterinen oder analen Blutungen.

Sedum repens: Alpenfetthenne, soll [Voisin] bei intestinalen oder rektalen Blutungen oder Schmerzen, vor allem wenn dabei eine Schwäche besteht (Karzinom?), helfen.

Cotyledon umbilicus – Venusnabel, geprüft 1853, eine Arznei „bei nervösen, hysterischen und rheumatischen Affektionen [Herzneurose, Katarrhen des Larynx und

der Trachea mit ausgeprägten Schmerzen in der Brust, welche in die Schulterblätter gehen“ (Heinigke)]. Geistige Konfusion + “Als ob ein Teil des Körpers fehle” und

manchmal mit Schwierigkeiten beim Sprechen (nach Voisin).

Dickblattgewächse haben Wasser gespeichert und wirken rund und kugelig. Nach Emil Schlegel (zitiert bei O. Leeser) „weist schon das Äußere dieser Pflanzen

(Geschwulstähnlichkeit) sowie ihre Vermehrung (Metastasen und Rezidivfähigkeit) im Sinne der Signaturenlehre auf ihre Krebswirksamkeit hin. Man sollte sich das

wenigstens aus en Gründen merken.“

Bryo-p. = vegetabiles Valium .

Cot.

Pen.

Rhodiola rosea = Gink-ähnlich

Sed-a.

Sed-r.

Sed-t.

Semp. = Huislook/= Hauswurzblätter/= Hauslauch/= Grande joubarbe/= Barren privet/= Jupiterbart/= Donnerkraut

Sempervivum calcareum = Kalkhauswurz

Sempervirum arachoideum = Spinnenwebhuislook

 

              * Rubus

Rubu-c.: = Moltebeere

Rubu-i.: = Himbeere

Rubu-f.: = Brombeere

Vorwort/Suchen.                                                Zeichen/Abkürzungen.                                    Impressum