Impateins (Impatiens glandufilera)
A remedy for people who are quick on the uptake, quick in action. These people are always rushing about, fast in all they do, even eating at breakneck speed, wanting everything done immediately. They are quite likely to finish someone’s sentences if they feel the person is not getting to the point fast enough, will snatch work out of one’s hands because they cannot bear to watch and anyway the person is too slow! They usually prefer to work alone. Few people, if any, can keep up with them. They are most often in a state of irritable impatience. This stressed state often causes pains and tension headaches. They often develop colic or a skin rash. They are also likely to have accidents from their haste in getting about.
Larch (Larix decidua)
Larch is for people with low self–esteem which keeps them from even trying something – for fear of failure. They are people who will admire and praise others without the slightest envy, but with a sort of wistful ‘If only I could’, unaware that if they would only try, they could, indeed. A despondency from their failure – for not trying is as good as failing seeing the lack in themselves, feeling unworthy and small, but unable to overcome their belief that they could not and must fail.
Mimulus (Mimulus guttatus)
Fear that has some cause, reasonable or otherwise, unlike the fear without reason as found under Aspen. Fear of heights, fear of death or illness or of losing one’s job or losing one’s wealth, whatever. These are shy, quiet people who do not voice their fears, but sometimes chatter away to cover their nervousness. Stage fright and stammering may be physical manifestations of this nature.