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Botanical name : Ilex aquifolium Linn.
Family : Aquifoliaceae
Synonyms :

  • English: European holly, English holly;
  • Spanish: Acebo, Acebino;
  • French: Houx, Houx commun;
  • German: Stechpalme.


Easily vexed state, heightened sensitivity and irritability in face of aggravating disturbances.
General nervous sensitivity predisposes to experience the negative Holly dynamic. Response to a perceived threat, defensive overreaction; delusional, paranoid disorders develop in extreme cases.
Quickly aroused emotions of jealousy, hatred, and suspicion.  Easily incited rage and aggression, abusive tendencies; failing impulse control.  Aggressive impulses may be subdued, while inner Holly dynamic persists.  Quietly devious thought, malicious plotting, revenge; joy at the misfortune of others.  Envy and dissatisfaction; competitive attitude.  Indignation at being hurt in one’s honor, at being undermined. Emotions experienced in the Holly state can be very strong and rule the self.
Oftentimes, they are invested in with much personal force, as one relishes and stirs up the negative.  One may even feel empowered or invigorated by such sentiments, since the fighter’s charge runs through the self. Then again, as the initial thrust cools off, one may find oneself plotting calmly or quietly engaging in devious thought. The more one loses perspective and augments the negative sentiment, the more difficult it is to find the heart-centered balance that is called for.
This remedy is also of help to a person with good intentions who is irritable and easily annoyed without necessarily investing in negative thinking or doing.

  • MIND – AILMENTS FROM – anger
  • MIND – AILMENTS FROM – anger – suppressed
  • MIND – DELUSIONS – insulted, he is
  • MIND – HATRED – jealousy; from


Nervous irritability and tension; escalating intolerance toward offending party or circumstance; inability to hold body still. Sensitivity and annoyance from sensory impressions such as noise, light, odors, touch. Psychosomatic complaints, such as headaches or hypertension, from suppressed anger. Psychosomatic complaints, such as gastric ulcers, from envy or thwarted ambition.
(In homeopathic or herbal use, Ilex aquifolium, marked by sharp and prickly leaves, addresses diseases with an invasive and malignant character. For homeopathic use, the medicine is prepared from the tincture of the fresh leaves, berries, and young shoots.)*

  • Gastric and duodenal ulcers – overambitious patients
  • Tension headaches, cervical, thoracic, and lumbar troubles, dysmenorrhea
  • Hyperkinetic heart syndrome
  • Paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia  Hypertension .
  • Hyperventilation syndrome
  • Chronic cough or ‘protest cough’
  • Deep-sighing respiration
  • Ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease
  • Insulin-dependent diabetes
  • Liver and gallbladder disturbance
  • Soft tissue rheumatism and rheumatoid arthritis.
  • Self-inflicted skin lesions (dermatological artifact)
  • Migraines
  • Skin disease (pruritus)
  • Gastric and duodenal ulcers – tyrannical patients  patients with character neurosis


Willow: Suppressed anger; chronic resentment and discontent, with blaming others for one’s misfortune.
Impatiens: Quickly flaring temper and nervous sensitivity; escalating tension, impatience toward others.
Vervain: Competitive attitude; nervous tension; aggressive strife.
Beech: Intolerant, critical, and fault-finding.
Chicory: Seeking to bind others, foster their dependency; annoyance and self-pity, should the others refuse.

Homoeopathic Medicine and Holly

Nitricum acidum: Hatred, especially toward persons who have offended, unmoved by apologies; revengeful; hateful envy; dissatisfied and irritable; sensitive to sensory impressions such as noise, light, and touch; (sticking, splinter-like pains); gastric ulcer; aching in liver, jaundice; colitis
Lachesis muta: Irrational jealousy, even brutal from jealousy; hatred and suspicion; dissatisfied, not motivated to attend to business; overly excited and loquacious; migraines; hypertension; gastric ulcer; sensitive liver region, hepatitis; ulcerative colitis; connective tissue disease.
Lycopodium clavatum: Feels easily threatened in matters of honor and self-image; extreme jealousy on slight provocation; can be haughty and condescending in response; seeks power, is competitive and envious; migraines; hypertension; gastric ulcer; liver and gallbladder pathology (cholecystitis, cirrhosis, hepatitis); diabetes; ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease; arthritis, connective tissue disease.
Apis mellifica: Jealousy, rage, vexation, and grief; complaints from celibacy; irritable and hard to please; may attempt to stifle aggressiveness within; arthritis, connective tissue disease; (hives; readily drops things; edema).
Staphisagria (Delphinium staphisagria): Intense feelings of indignation from being treated unfairly; jealousy and vexations; aggressive feelings may be held in check, until suddenly vented in outbursts of rage; migraines; tachycardia; ‘protest cough’; gastric ulcer; connective tissue disease.
Ipecacuanha (Cephaelis ipecacuanha): Desires that others do not appreciate anything, envious; vexed and dissatisfied, ailments from reserved displeasure; jealousy; desires to be satisfied, but does not know how; migraines; ‘protest cough’; cholecystitis.
Nux vomica: Jealousy driving to insult or brutality; executive irritability, easily vexed from having overly exacting attitude; competitive; hypersensitivity of the senses; migraines; ‘protest cough’; hyperventilation syndrome; tachycardia; hypertension; gastric ulcer; enlarged liver, jaundice from suppressed anger; ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease; arthritis; muscular tension.
Hyoscyamus niger: Intense jealousy and suspicion, even inciting the urge to kill; ailments from disappointed love; loquacity, gossiping; lewd language from sexual inclination; nervous agitation; pain in hepatic region.
Medorrhinum: Jealous disposition from intensity of emotions and need for experiences of passion; aggressiveness and cruelty; migraines; great irritability of the nervous system; hypertension; gastric ulcer; intense pains in liver; arthritis.
Stramonium (Datura stramonium): Rage and violence to the point of killing someone; accuses spouse of infidelity, intense jealousy, feels neglected by spouse; gossiping; heightened, hyperactive nervousness.
Natrum muriaticum: Hatred and smoldering resentment, especially after vexations have been submerged; long-lasting, unforgiving attitude; jealousy; easily offended, vulnerable; heightened nervousness, fragility of nerves; migraines; tachycardia; hypertension; gastric ulcer; chronic inflammation of liver; colitis; connective tissue disease.
Cicuta virosa: Hatred and suspicion; overexcitement of nervous system; childishness, mental retardation, lack of clarity of reason; may come on after head injury, may cause the easily aroused feelings of hatred and child-like disinclination to polite acceptance of others.
Hepar sulphur: Hardhearted with family; angry outbursts; revengeful; extremely sensitive to outside stimulation such as noise, touch, light; every minor impact creates pain and irritability, with the urge to fight or strike out; extremely affected by cold; extremely sensitive liver, hepatitis.

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