Spice of life - Spectrum of Homeopathy 01/2016
Angelika Bolte, Jörg Wichmann: Pungence and a fleeting aroma
Two cases of adolescent patients clarify the typical vital sensation of the Piperaceae, with the polarity between boredom, limpness, and pain versus enjoyment, amusement, and variety. The Lamiaceae, on the other hand, seek more sensual
stimulation and tend to suffer from addiction, as shown in the third case. A comparison from an evolutionary perspective between the two plant families elucidates the differences in the vital sensation.
keywords: addiction, eczema, Lamiaceae, Magnoliaceae, miasm, mononucleosis, plant evolution, Piperaceae, Piper methysticum, Piper nigrum, puberty, Rubiaceae, sensation level, temperature regulation, Teucrium scorodonium, vital sensation, Yakir