Minerals in Plants 2

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This book describes the use of minerals in homeopathy. De remedies that are discussed are mostly combination remedies, or salts. Especially unknown remedies are discussed, such as Calcium muriaticum en Barium fluoratum. Lorraine Taylor: Jan Scholten offers us a fascinating way to review our Materia Medica (in Homeopathic Links, 1994, no 2). Kees Dam: Jan Scholten has given a brilliant start for an enormous enrichment of our Materia Medica (in Simillima, 1993, no 2).

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Description

This is book is the result of analyzing the mineral content of 93 plants. 59 elements of the periodic table were analyzed. By analyzing the contents of minerals in plants we can see which minerals are comparatively high or low. Then we can compare the medicinal properties and the homeopathic pictures of a mineral high in a plant with the properties and pictures of that plant. Or we think of a mineral for a patient but the picture is not fitting exactly we can in the table of that mineral and see which plants are having a high content of that mineral. Or we can project the picture of a plant or aspects of it from the contents of minerals.

The result are striking and revealing.
They often confirm the result of the former study: Minerals in Plants
A new way of looking at the medical properties of plants.

– Analysis of 59 elements.

– Analysis of 93 plants.

– Striking results.

– Easy comparison between minral and plants remedies.

Information

Title : Minerals in Plants 2

Author: Jan Scholten, M.D.
ISBN 90-74817-13-0
Edition 1, August 2002
Cover design: Peter Huurdeman
Lay-out: Jan Scholten
Dimensions: 239*155*12mm,
Price: 25 euro, incl. VAT.
Dimensions: 240 * 160 * 15 mm,
Pages: 232
Language: English
Soft cover, bound.

Content

Acknowledgement 4
Contents 5
Introduction 8
Discussion 9
Detection limits 10
Literature 10

Part 1 Plants 11

Table 12
Aconitum napellus 16
Adonis vernalis 17
Agrimonia eupatoria 18
Alchemilla vulgaris 19
Anethum graveolens 20
Angelica archangelica 21
Anthemis nobilis 22
Aquilegia vulgaris 23
Belladonna = Atropa belladonna 24
Bellis perennis 25
Bryonia dioica 26
Cardamine pratensis 27
Cardamine pratensis R 28
Cardiospermum halicacabum 29
Castanea vesca 30
Centaurium erythraea 31
Chamomilla 32
Chelidonium majus 33
Chenopodium anthelminticum 34
Cicuta virosa 35
Cimicifuga racemosa 36
Cinnamodendron cortisonum 37
Clematis erecta 38
Collinsonia canadensis 39
Conium maculatum 40
Cupressus lawsoniana 41
Echinacea angustifolia 42
Echinacea purpurea 43
Escholtzia californica 44
Faba vulgaris 45
Fagopyrum esculentum 46
Fraxinus excelsior 47
Galium aparine 48
Glechoma hederacea 49
Gnaphalium leontopodium 50
Hedera helix 51
Hydrophyllum virginicum 52
Hyoscyamus niger 53
Hyssopus officinalis 54
Lappa arctium 55
Lapsana communis 56
Laurocerasus = Prunus laurocerasus 57
Leonurus cardiaca 58
Lespedeza sieboldii 59
Linum usitatissimum 60
Lycopus europaeu 61
Malva sylvestris 62
Mandragora officinalis 63
Marrubium vulgare 64
Melilotus officinalis 65
Melissa officinalis 66
Mentha arvensis 67
Mercurialis perennis 68
Milium solis = Lithospermum off 69
Ocimum canum 70
Ocimum canum Repeated 71
Oenanthe crocata 72
Ononis spinosa 73
Osmundo regalis 1 74
Osmundo regalis 2 75
Paeonia officinalis 76
Petroselinum crispum 77
Plantago major 78
Polygonum aviculare 79
Primula veris 80
Prunus padus 81
Psoralea bituminosa 82
Rhus toxicodendron 83
Rumex acetosa = Rumex acetosella 84
Ruta graveolens 85
Salicaria purpurea 86
Salix purpurea 87
Salvia sclarea 88
Sanguisorba officinalis 89
Scrophularia nodosa 90
Scutellaria lateriflora 91
Solidago virgaurea 92
Spilanthes oleracea 93
Stachys officinalis 94
Stachys officinalis Repeated 95
Stachys sylvatica 96
Syringa vulgaris 97
Taraxacum officinale 98
Teucrium chamaedrys 99
Thuja occidentalis 100
Tormentilla erecta = Potentilla er. 101
Tussilago farfara 102
Tussilago petasites 103
Ulmus campestris 104
Urtica dioica 105
Urtica urens 1 106
Urtica urens 2 107
Verbena officinalis 108
Vinca minor 109
Viola tricolor 110
Zizia aurea = Thaspium aureum 111

Part 2 Elements 113

Table 114
Aluminium 116
Argentum 118
Arsenicum 120
Barium 122
Beryllium 124
Bismuthum 126
Borium 128
Cadmium 130
Caesium 132
Calcium 134
Cerium 136
Chromium 138
Cobaltum 140
Cuprum 142
Dysprosium 144
Erbium 146
Europium 148
Ferrum 150
Gadolinium 152
Gallium 154
Germanium 156
Hafnium 158
Holmium 160
Indium 162
Lanthanum 164
Lithium 166
Lutetium 168
Magnesium 170
Manganum 172
Molybdenum 174
Natrium 176
Neodymium 178
Niccolum 180
Niobium 182
Plumbum 184
Praseodymium 186
Rhenium 188
Rubidium 190
Samarium 192
Scandium 194
Selenium 196
Silicium 198
Stibium 200
Strontium 202
Tantalum 204
Tellurium 206
Terbium 208
Thallium 210
Thorium 212
Thulium 214
Titanium 216
Tungstenium 218
Uranium 220
Vanadium 222
Ytterbium 224
Yttrium 226
Zincum 228
Zirconium 230

Example

Alchemilla vulgaris

Name Value Deviation
Magnesium 150000 2.1
Bismuthum .06 1.9
Tungstenium .57 1.3
Niobium .25 1
Tellurium .06 1
Titanium 306.24 .8
Silicium 2365.36 .6
Tantalum .01 .6
Hafnium .04 .5
Aluminium 5830 .4
Zirconium .85 .4
Cerium 4.56 .4
Thorium .47 .4
Scandium 1.52 .3
Zincum 860.19 .3
Gallium 1.28 .3
Lanthanum 2.01 .3
Praseodymium .47 .3
Neodymium 1.63 .3
Holmium .04 .3
Beryllium .18 .2
Samarium .37 .2
Gadolinium .4 .2
Terbium .05 .2
Dysprosium .2 .2
Erbium .11 .2
Ytterbium .08 .2
Borium 396.98 .1
Chromium 3.5 .1
Yttrium 1.17 .1
Molybdenum 28.43 .1
Indium 7.12 .1
Caesium .52 .1
Europium .09 .1
Thulium .01 .1
Lutetium .01 .1
Plumbum 11.56 .1
Uranium .17 .1
Lithium 4.05 0
Vanadium 8.13 0
Ferrum 7218.18 0
Cuprum 69.31 0
Manganum 893.53 -.1
Niccolum 7.91 -.1
Arsenicum 3.34 -.1
Stibium .29 -.1
Cobaltum 1.84 -.2
Argentum 0 -.2
Natrium 4655.21 -.3
Germanium 0 -.3
Thallium .07 -.3
Calcium 231759.65 -.4
Selenium 1.5 -.4
Rubidium 38.03 -.4
Strontium 667 -.5
Cadmium .56 -.5
Barium 85.18 -.5
Rhenium 2.92 -.5

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