It is poison- ous to virtually every animal and bird except cats and snails. It causes initial excessive excitability of the nervous system and all the senses, and creates muscle spasms that later lead to exhaustion and paralysis. The poison nut tree has a crooked trunk and irregular, awkward-looking branches. Its flowers bloom in the cold season and have a disagreeable odor, characteristics contrary to most flowers which bloom in the warm season and have a pleasant odor.
These contrary features are characteristic of people who need Nux vomica as well. They are chilly, both physically and psychologi- cally. They are disagreeable, irritable, and quarrelsome. The Nux people is similarly coarse, closeminded, and hard-headed.
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Ruta is made from rue, a plant with light blue-green foliage and four-petal bright yellow flowers in cup-shaped chalices. The plant prefers dry soil and shade, definitely disliking cold and wet weather.
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Most of the symptoms that people who benefit from Ruta experience are worse in cold, wet weather. Perhaps the most unique and interesting aspect of the life of the plant rue is its sexual characteristics. Shortly after its flowers open, the stamens push throw the petals and bend upward until they become erect. The anthers open and emit their pollen; however, the female part is still too young for sex.
Through most of the time that the male is shedding his pollen, the female style is very short and the stigma undeveloped. Finally, by the time the female is mature and ready for sex, the male part has spent its pollen. Most often, the female gets the male pollen from a bee that brings it from another rue plant, though in some cases self- pollination takes place by the male making its last effort to bend themselves up erect enough to touch the stigma and provide its last pollen.
The sexual symptoms of people who need Ruta are not well developed in our materia medica. Under Female Sexual Organs: Sterility; miscarriage. Agaricus , the magic mushroom Aminita muscaria , is perhaps one of the most wild-looking and colorful mushrooms.
It is therefore not simply a coincidence that this wild, colorful fungus would create wild, colorful hallucinations. Its most active ingredient is muscarine, a poison which is known to be antidoted by crude doses of atropine. Atropine is also found in Belladonna , Stramonium , and Hyoscyamus.
Although Agaricus is not generally known to be antidoted by any of these homeopathic medicines, perhaps it is antidoted by them, but we simply have not yet clinically confirmed this. Here, once again, is the use of knowing something more about the substances we are prescrib- ing. As a footnote, Belladonna is antidoted by Hyoscyamus and visa versa, and Stramonium is antidoted by both Belladonna and Hyoscyamus.
Phosphorus is transparent, colorless, or pale-yellow. It is extraordinarily reactive: it is odorless and tasteless, unless it is exposed to oxygen, at which time it changes from white to yellow phosphorus, in light it takes on a layer of red phospho- rus, in the dark it becomes luminous, and it develops a garlicky smell. It ignites at degrees F 50 degrees C at which time it burns with a brilliant white flame. Chemically, phosphorus always combines with other elements, whether it be calcium, magnesium, iron, or numerous others.
It is never alone! Equally reactive are Phosphorus people: hypersensitive to sensory impressions including noise, light, music, odors, and touch. They are also emotionally hypersensitive: they are sympathetic and want and need sympathy from others; they want others around and are fearful of being alone. Every tissue in the body has some phosphorus in it. The heart has the most by percentage, perhaps explaining the exces- sive light or joy that Phosphorus people feel, though the skele- ton has the greatest amount of phosphorus.
Calcium is the only mineral that we require in greater quantities than phosphorus. Physiology texts describe phosphorus as having more widely differing functions than any other element in the body. Phosphorus is a constituent of many vital organic compounds, including adenosine triphosphate ATP , a chemical that plays an integral role in releasing stored energy in the cell B vitamins are only effective when they are combined with phosphate in the body , phospholipids which play a major role in the absorption and metabolism of fats and in the permeability of the plasma membrane, phosphorylation which is a key reaction in many meta- bolic processes including the uptake of glucose by the cell, and inorganic phosphates which create an important buffer sr system in maintaining acid-alkaline balance.
Like the mineral phosphorus which is so diffused throughout the human body, it is no accident that one of the primary charac- teristics of people who need Phosphorus is diffusion—an inabili- ty to set limits and to separate self from non-self. Phosphorus is known for giving off light without heat when exposed to air.
Similar to a phosphorescent light, people who benefit from Phosphorus radiate with an extroverted, even effer- vecent personality. Like a match with a phosphorus tip, they emit light but tend to burn out quickly and become exhausted. A plant deficient in phosphorus develops a thin, long stem and weak roots. Although phosphorus cannot be detected in the atmosphere, a tropical plant called Spanish moss Tillandsia usneoides con- tains high concentrations of it which are absorped in a mysteri- ous way.
This moss flourishes even when it grows above the ground on telephone wires. Phosphorus people have similiarly mysterious powers: they typically have hyperacute senses and not only are they able to see, hear, and feel more than most other people, but they also sometimes are intuitive and can even be clairvoyant. Phosphorus is widely available in foods, especially in sodas and food additives, and a deficiency in it is very rare. The more common problem is excessive intake of this mineral, which can disrupt the delicately balanced chemistry of the body.
For instance, too much phosphorus can cause the body to excrete excessive amounts of calcium. Osteoporesis is more commonly the result of ingesting too much phosphorus, protein, or fat, all of which lead to the excretion of calcium, than it is to taking too little calcium. On the other hand, depletion of phosphorus in the body occurs from alcoholism, overuse of antacids or barbituates, intravenous glucose, and a vitamin D deficiency.
When a person become phosphorus-deficient, he develops muscular weakness, anemia, and increased susceptibility to infection. If a person needs Phosphorus , it is useful to assess if there are any factors in his or her life that is creating an overdosing of phosphorus or a phosphorus-deficiency. Hahnemann implored homeopaths to remove the obstacle to cure in order to attain and maintain good health.
Silver is one of the highly conductive substances known, and people who need Argentum nitricum are likewise able to conduct much energy through their body: they are hyperactive.
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They sometimes have so much energy traveling through them that they have a tendency to tremble, convulse, or experience seizures. Silver is used in photography because it is a light-sensi- tive element. It is predictable then that people who need Argen- tum nitricum are photophobic. Interestingly enough, they are sensitive to artificial light and not sunlight. Silver is also known for its shiny, glossy character. The Argentum nitricum person similarly has a shiny 1 or greasy 1 face. Metalic arsenic, like silver, conducts electricity. Arsenic is an integral part of semiconductors. Traces of arsenic are placed at one side of a silicon disc and traces of boron at the other.
Electrons flow readily from the electron-rich part con- taining arsenic to the electron-deficient part created by the boron atoms. It is therefore predictable that people who need Arsencicum can similarly conduct energy well, perhaps too well. They are restless, even hyperactive or frantic, not just physically but mentally too. They are known to conduct high levels of anxiety.
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Their level of fastidious is widely known. Arsenic has the peculiar attribute of being impossible to be destroyed, even by fire. It simply combines with many other substances to create a wide variety of compounds as a way for it to maintain its immutability. Borax is in part made from boron. Its common name is borate of sodium.
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Its characteristics are the polar opposite of Arsenicum. While Arsenicum people have an active mind, Borax people have a dull one: they are aggravated by mental effort, and thinking is so difficult that it may even cause nausea. While Arsenicum people tend to be extroverted and active, Borax people tend to have poor humor and indolence.