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Botanical name : Fagus sylvatica L.

Family : Fagaceae                                                                                                                          

Synonyms :
  • English: European Beech, Red beech
  • Spanish: Haya
  • French: Hetre    
  • German: Buche, Gemeine Buche

Mind / Emotions

Increased understanding of beauty and perfection, with urge to integrate such high standards into one’s own life and the life of others. Believing one’s own judgment to be superior and justified.
Criticism and fault-finding, intolerance, arrogance, and irritability in face of shortcomings.
Criticism may supersede compassion, even during saddening circumstances, and may serve as intrapsychic defense in face of traumatic experiences. Difficulty in accepting others for what they are. Racial prejudice, elitist thinking. Putting others in a “double-bind” by expecting high performance and release of potential, while keeping them dependent and subjected to evaluation.
Fixation of criticism toward certain people in paranoid personality disorders and persecutory delusions.


  • MIND – CONFUSION of mind
  • MIND – FEAR – water, of
  • MIND – WILL – strong will power


Rigid opinions may cause rigidity in the body as well; rheumatic complaints, musculoskeletal disorders. High performance expectations toward one’s own self may lead to overexertion and fatigue. [In homeopathic investigation, Beech nuts and the co-existing plant parasite Epifagus virginiana, given off the tree as „marks of acrid intolerance,“ have been observed in cases of accidental toxic exposure to have detrimental, even deadly effects. In gemmotherapy, a form of medicine utilizing the young buds or shoots of plants, Fagus sylvatica has been accredited an affinity with the urinary system and is employed in the treatment of renal insufficiency, renal lithiasis (formation of kidney stones), and in obesity due to water retention.]

  • Soft tissue rheumatism
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Gastric and duodenal ulcers – patients with character neurosis (with a tendency to aggressive criticism)


Chicory: Expects others to be grateful and loyal after they have been served and attended to; criticism of others and self-pity should others fail to fulfill the expectations.
Water Violet: Feels superior to others, evaluates others within; reserved aloofness, usually no accusatory fault-finding.
Impatiens: Believes to be superior in efficiency and speed of work orientation; quickly aroused criticism and impatience in regard to less efficient people.
Willow: Criticizes others, blames them when things go wrong; deep-seated resentment.

Homoeopathic Remedy and Beech

Chelidonium majus: Expecting own self and others to be pragmatic and achievement-oriented, not hampered by emotions; self-righteous criticism, should others fail; overexertion in mind and body; musculoskeletal stiffness and rheumatism; (characteristic pain below right interior angle of right scapula).
Dulcamara (Solanum dulcamara): Self-righteous willfulness, opinionated, domineering and critical; concerned with family matters, interested in tight control, in having  one’s expectations met; overexertion in mind and body; rheumatism worse cold and damp.
Arsenicum album: Perfection-oriented, achieving high standards and expecting the same accomplishment in others; often artistically inclined; impatient and irritable, intolerant of confusion and chaos; gastric ulcer; overexertion in mind and body.
Lilium tigrinum: “Tyrannical” criticism, fault-finding and irritable; dissatisfaction, patients expect others to accommodate to their wishes and needs; desires fine and noble things and cultivated attention; rheumatoid arthritis.
Nux vomica: Highly achievement-oriented, executive-like style; critical and fault-finding, impatient; overly driven and high-strung in mind and body; gastric ulcer; arthritis.
Platinum: Feels superior to others, elitist thinking; contemptuousness; irritability and criticism, also toward children who seem to be a hindrance; stiffness and numbness of body.
Lachesis muta: Forceful personality; quick, aggressive, critical tongue; jealousy and suspicion; loquacity; gastric ulcer; constriction around the heart; shortening of tendons, connective tissue disease.
Sepia officinalis: Feels detached from others; lack of compassion; criticizes the weakness of others; hurtful, critical remarks; gastric ulcer; sense of stagnation in mind and body; connective tissue disease.

Refrence for further study:

RICHARDSON-BOEDLER C., The Psychological / Constitutional Essences of the Bach Flowers Remedies

SCHROYENS F., Synthesis

MURPHY R., Homeopathic Remedy Guide

VARMA P. N. and INDU V., Encyclopaedia of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia

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