Stimmungsaufhellend (sonnengelb)/fühlt sich dem Schicksal hilflos ausgeliefert/depressiv/(Platz-/Prüfungs)angst.
Chronischen Stoffwechselleiden (Diabetes)/Autoimmunleiden und Allergien (Asthma).
Fear of trains and close places (tunnels). Hysteria (and globus). Aversion to certain persons, desire to attack, censorious, childish, charmed by the colour orange, delusion lost, delusion beautiful,
delusion injured, estranged, despair of life, fear of black, desire to hide homesickness, jesting, loves nature, serious, singing, sexual thoughts, veneration for the sun, everything seems wrong.
Enlarged spleen and complaints of spleen. Sneezing, lacrymation and hay fever. Collapse. Boils on wrist
Vertigo, pain left jaw, sinus complaints, heartburn, wandering pain extremities, tension shoulders, weakness and lassitude.
In a proving the Gilde group did in october 1998 with Succinum a central theme that was discovered was: provers are looking for an essence, a morphogenetic field in the form and dimensions
of the structure of space. A love of harmony of forms and architectural attitude can be expected in patients.
‡ Vitale Schwäche mit Seh- und Stimmstörungen; chronisch-entzündliche und degenerative Erkrankung (chronische Rheuma); ‡
Geistig-emotionale Ebene: Sorglosigkeit, Fröhlichkeit, sonniges Wesen, Selbstbewusstsein, innere Stärke, persönliche Wunscherfüllung.
Körperliche Ebene: Magen-, Milz-, Nierenbeschwerden, Erkrankungen von Leber und Galle, Hauterkrankungen, Gelenkbeschwerden, Parasitenbefall.
Bernstein = Succinum = Honigfarbenes fossiles Harz; besteht aus Kohlen-, Wasser- und Sauerstoff und etwas Schwefel (Staufen-Pharma:Potenzen bis D60; w Verreibung D6, D8, D10):
Die "Tränen der Sonne" werden seit ältester Zeit schutzmagisch gegen den Dämon der Angst.verwendet. Heiliger Räucherstoff der Germanen zur Verehrung der Sonne,meist zusammen mit Wacholder (Chr. Rätsch).
Bernstein wirkt stimmungsaufhellend (sonnengelb). Schicksal hilflos ausgeliefert. Wichtiges Mittel bei Depressionen, Angstkomplexen [Platzangst (Boericke) oder Prüfungsangst (Einschlüsse und elektrostatische Aufladung nach Reiben als Signatur].
Ähnlich wie Carb-v. und Sulfur, auch bei chronischen Stoffwechselleiden wie Diabetes verwenden. Bei Autoimmunleiden und Allergien wie Asthma. In der polnischen Volksmedizin innerlich und äußerlich bei Rheuma (Wie Olibanum).
Allgemein bei Altersleiden, besonders bei Angst vor dem Tod. Vor allem ältere Menschen schätzen den Bernstein als Schmuck; als Homöopathikum in Lebenselixiere einarbeiten; ergänzt Gold (Aurum metallicum).
Enthalten in "Rosmarinus comp." wa Begleittherapie bei Diabetes. Als Augentropfen von w bei Glaukom (Stannum D8 / Succinum D6).
Gemüt: Erregung (nervös)
Furcht [in engen Räumen (in Zügen und geschlossenen Orten)/fahren im Wagen (im geschlossenen Wagen und glaubt herausspringen zu müssen)/Tunnel/Zügen]
Bauch: Milzerkrankungen (entzündet/vergrößert)
Atmung: Asthma, asthmatische Atmung
Tb. im engeren Sinne (Anfangsstadium)
Leukämie mit Beteiligung der Milz
Nat-suc (= Natriumsuccinat).
Oleum succini (= Succini aetheroleum).
Gemeinsames. in Succ. + Succ-ac. + Ol-suc.
Balsamkiefer (Bernstein = versteinertes Harz).
Lava Kilauea. = Peles Haar oder Peles Tränen
Allerlei: Ist versteinerte Harz/verbunden mit Apfel
Heliaden wurden aus Strafe dafür o. aus Mitleid, dass sie den Tod ihres Bruders untröstlich beweinten, in Pappeln verwandelt/aus die Tränen entstand Bernstein, denn selbst als Bäume
schwitzten sie noch goldene Tränen. aus.
Verreibung D6, D8, D10 w
Attribut Roman: Diana o. Flora/Greek: Artemis
Treibt im Salzwasser/Imitat sinkt im Wasser
We can see symbolized in them the great and consoling fact that, however marked may be the differences between any two peoples, they need not be cause for enmity, but may instead become true and enduring sources of peace and bonds of union. The characteristic talents of each one will supplement and complete those of the other, so that working together in harmony they may accomplish far more
for each other and for humanity in general than either could do singly.
At an early date amber was brought from the Baltic coast to Rome, and Tacitus states that those who collected it called it glaesum (later applied to glass introduced into that region by Roman traders).
The natives knew nothing of the nature or growth of amber, and had no use for the material, only collecting it for export to Rome, where it commanded such a high price as to excite their astonishment. Tacitus gives in the following words his theory of the origin and character of amber-his chief error being due to his belief that the substance was of very recent formation.
Now you must know that amber is a juice of trees, since various creatures, some of them winged, are often found in it. They have become entangled in the liquid and then inclosed when the matter hardened. Therefore I believe that, as incense and balsam are exuded in the remote East, so in the luxuriant groves and islands of the West are juices which are forced out by the sun close to them. These flow into the neighboring sea and are washed up by the tempestuous waves on the opposite shore. If you test the quality of amber with fire, it may be lighted like a torch and burns with a small, well-nourished flame; then it is resolved into a glutinous mass resembling pitch or resin.
Both Juvenal and Martial relate that effeminate Romans used to hold balls of amber in their hands to cool them during the summer heat. If any such agreeable sensation was really experienced, it must have been due to the well-known electric properties of this substance. It is stated that the Chinese often place pieces of amber on or in their pillows, a use that may have been suggested by the same considerations.
As a proof of the extravagant value set upon amber by the Romans of the first century, Pliny notes that a very diminutive figure of a man, cut out of this substance, sold for a higher figure than did a healthy, vigorous slave. The popularity of this material was also attested by the fact that in the gay world of Rome the term "amber hair" was used to designate a rare and peculiar shade that became fashionable in this period. It seems probable that this modish shade was somewhat lighter than the "Titian hair" once so much favored, although the difference may not have been very great.
Not only for curative purposes and for general use as an amulet was amber prized, but an amber necklace was sometimes regarded as an especially auspicious decoration for a bride at her wedding, as is shown by an exceptionally fine necklace of facetted amber beads from Brunswick, Germany, made in the eighteenth century.
That the wearing an amber necklace will keep off the attacks of erysipelas in a person subject to them has been proved by repeated experiments beyond the possibility of doubt. Its action here cannot be explained; but its efficacy in defence of the throat against chills is evidently due to its extreme warmth when in contact with the skin and the circle of electricity so maintained.
The electric.al property of amber was remarked as early as 600 B.C. by the Ionic philosopher Thales, and from this observation may be dated the beginnings of the study of electric phenomena.
That faith in the magic powers of amber beads still exists is illustrated in the case of an old Russian Jewess who recently died in one of our charitable institutions. This woman is said to have reached the age of 106 years, and she ascribed her extraordinary longevity to the possession of a necklace of very large amber beads, which had been given her by her mother, who also lived more than a hundred years. The daughter, a few days before her death, bestowed this treasured heirloom upon her daughter, for it is generally believed that the virtues of gems largely depend upon their being received as gifts.
In northern Germany, also, for more than a century a string of amber beads was looked upon as a favorite and necessary gift. The writer has seen hundreds of these strings, many of which have been worn for one, two, and sometimes more generations. The beads are round and usually facetted; however, they have been abraded against each other for so long that they are often flat disks, and a string originally fifteen or sixteen inches long will be twelve, and often only nine inches in length, so much of the original spheres having worn away.
Enthalten in "Rosmarinus comp." (wa), Begleittherapie bei Diabetes. Als Augentropfen w bei Glaukom (Stannum D8 / Succinum D6).