psorjaris 'itchy, mangy' psora
'scabies' It should be noted that, according to Anastasiadis-Symeonidis (1997), the adjectives derived with -iaris are subjective, since they reflect (a) the speaker's perspective, and (b) the fact that the speaker takes position against the referent.
decipiens, Toninia sedifolia, Fulgensia spp., and Catapyrenium spp.
Vemos assim o incipiente despertar do protagonismo de psoras
, fermentos e microbios ante o seu publico: medicos e doentes.
testacea Hoffm.: 5: ARB (MACB 109226); 8: SCH (VAL_Lich 30587); 9: AGB (BCN-AG 76).
'e cycling track which goes all the way round the lake was a great attraction and several ramblers appreciated a leisurely walk along the path while tak-surely tak ing in the rich PSora
and fauna of the area.
(Ecol, Diploschistes, Fulgensia, Squamarina, Toninia, Psora
Characteristics of this family are an intense feeling of injury, and patients needing these medicines use many different words involving pain; in Carol's case: "excruciating, rip, piercing, poking, driving a needle, throbs, aches, inflamed." Chamomilla belongs to the typhoid miasm, with an intensity between acute (life or death) or psora
(struggle), whose features are an intense, short, do-or-die effort alternating with collapse.
decipiens (Hedw.) Hoffm.--1: MV & VJR (MAF-Lich 16749), Ys; 5: ARB (MACB 101343), EA, ES & RA (MACB 102309), JM (PO8858L), SPO (SPO-1602), Rcz, Sue; 6: ARB (MACB 101342), ELS (SANT 11653), JM (PO8859L), VA (VAL-Lich 27508), Rcz, Sue; 11: ARB (MACB 101344), BM (SALA-L 4774), MR (MA-Lich 16410), Sue; 14: BM (SALA-L 4817), EA, ES & RA (MACB 101997), ELL (BCN-Lich 17701), SM (MA-Lich 16374), VA (VAL-Lich 27622), Sue.