Bellis perennis and deep inner injury
As pediatrician, neurophysiologist, and trauma therapist, the author is concerned with injury at all levels. Using the tragic story of a young woman who, following a successful birth, loses her uterus during an emergency operation, he shows the typical reaction patterns to deep inner trauma and the good fit with the remedy Bellis perennis. He thereby emphasizes the importance of qualified therapeutic help. The most important remedy groups for the treatment of trauma other than the Asteraceae are also briefly sketched.
Key concepts: Actinides, Apiaceae, Asteraceae, attachment theory, Bellis perennis, Fabaceae, injury, operation, Papaveraceae, retraumatization, Solanaceae, stimulants, stress cycle, trauma, trauma therapy