Using plant groups to determine the mental state of a small remedyYoung female patient seeks treatment for 'emotional strain'
Wants to get back to the old person she was, to be happy again.Parents have split. Lot of pressure and strain put on her.
Cant cope has to deal with everyone elses problems, must be mum to everyone.
No focus, worn down, doesnt care, so depressed.
Feels she must cope with it all at once now tried to cover it up but it didnt go away.
Trying to get used to her father not being there.
Trying to start a relationship with a boy.
Hear things that both parents say doesnt care, want to be left out of it, too young to be bothered by this.
Parents thinks she should be an adult.
Rather just remove herself from it not coping with it. Doesnt want to know anymore.
Gets angry, shuts the door, shuts down.
She is going to break.
Will fall apart.
Pushes people away, closes off.
Want to stay in bed.
Not myself hate it.
At home, she loses it everyday. Must act like the mother, always helping out, doing housework, getting angry with them, cleaning, washing.
Always done the housework a tidy person, but now it is a big thing she is feeling the strain. No-one is helping her and it is harder to do it.
Wants to do what she wants but everything will fall apart if she doesnt do this.
She must do it must do their chores as well as hers. Just sets her mind to it and does it.
The family is broken, hurting. Everyone is angry at her father. No-one can talk without having an argument.
Feel weak is a mission just to get up.
Neck and back pain become headaches.
Back pain is bad, needs to be stretched, must stretch it. Feels like muscle strain, < sitting too long, sleeping in a bad bed. Aching pain.
Needs injections for the pain.
Starts in the neck extends over the head to the sides.
Lots of things going through my head.
Pressure inside the head, pressing inwards, throbbing
< touch, conversation, music, annoyance.
Feels she is being relied on to make a decision.
Time is short has so many things to do and so little time to do it.
Thinking goes very fast of things she has to do, hurdles she has to get over, what people have said. Thoughts rushing through her head. The more she thinks the worse her headache gets. Cannot stop thinking and then the headache starts and then she needs an injection.
Always puts others before herself, then she never has anyone to help her.
The sensation in the case is quite clearly one of Falling apart the family has split, the family is broken, she will fall apart, everything will fall apart.
This leads us immediately to the Leguminosae family.
The miasm is shown in phrases like her parents think she should be an adult (thus she feels she should be an adult expectation), must act like the mother (responsibility), tidy person, she is coping with a big thing and feeling the strain, (must stretch herself to do this big task that forces her to be an adult instead of a child), she is being relied on.
This is the Cancer miasm a small person with a huge task to keep things in total control.
Thus the remedy is the Leguminosae remedy of the Cancer miasm Physostigma.
Notice rapid rushing thoughts Physostigma has a symptom which is Rapid thoughts during headache.
Prescription = Physostigma 200, 10 drops once only.
Patient is a changed person relaxed, happy, able to sleep, motivated. She feels she is back to the person she was. She also feels more able to deal with the situation at home. Her back pain was no longer bothering her. Patient was able to deal with her family issues in an appropriate manner, and did not return to this state even after many years.
♥ brisbanehomoeopath on 2009-08-27
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