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All that I could find, written by Bach about Scleranthus has been collected here. Bach regarded the text from "The Twelve Healers & Other Remedies" (1936) as the final and simple version.
Bach gooide de oudere versies van de twaalf genezers weg en verving ze steeds door de nieuwere, naarmate hij meer remedies ontdekte. De oudere versies zijn hier opgenomen met de bedoeling de ontwikkeling te kunnen bestuderen.
Gebruik voor het selecteren van een remedie a.u.b. "De Twaalf Genezers & Andere Remedies" uit 1936, zoals Bach bedoeld heeft.

Scleranthus   -   Scleranthus annuus


September 1936: The Twelve Healers & Other Remedies ()

(NameBach's botanical nameCurrently used botanical name
if changed)
*SCLERANTHUSScleranthus Annuus

Those who suffer much from being unable to decide between two things, first one seeming right then the other. They are usually quiet people, and bear their difficulty alone, as they are not inclined to discuss it with others.

Juli 1934: The Twelve Healers & Seven Helpers (Collected Writings, pg 53/77)

SCLERANTHUS

For those who find it difficult to decide what they want and to make up their minds what they would like. They try first one thing and then another. They feel they would like two or three things at the same time, but cannot decide which.

SCLERANTHUS . . . . . . . . . . Scleranthus annuus

For those who want to prepare their own stock remedies, the method is given below and, following, the English and botanical names of the plants and the situations where they may be found.
...
Scleranthus ... Scleranthus annuus
These plants are in flower ... during the months of July, August and September
...
Scleranthus can be found amongst and around the edges of some cornfields.

1934: The Story of the Travellers (Collected Writings, pg 75/99)

Scleranthus had some hope but at times he suffered so from uncertainty and indecision, first wanting to take one road and almost at once another.

Scleranthus walks with perfect certainty;

Augustus 1933: The Twelve Healers & Four Helpers (Collected Writings, pg 64/88)

SCLERANTHUS
INDECISION

Those who are unable to make up their minds as to what they want, first one thing seems right and then another. Their wishes, like their bodily symptoms, seem to come and go. If they have temperatures these swing up and down. They are undetermined and unable to decide quickly or definitely, and their decisions quickly change. Uncertainty of bodily actions, giddiness, shaking, jerky uncontrolled movements, unsteady walking. Their moods change quickly, first cheery then depressed. Their conversation may rapidly jump from one subject to another.

The botanical name of each remedy is as follows:

SCLERANTHUS Scleranthus Annuus

These plants are in flower mostly during the months of July, August and September. Water Violet is a little earlier, being at its prime in June and July.

The following will give an idea of the places where they may be found, and some counties have local botanical books which will be a clear guide for particular districts, as these books often give exact localities.

SCLERANTHUS can be found amongst and around the edges of some cornfields.

1933: Twelve Healers (Collected Writings, pg 77/101)

6. INDECISION Scleranthus

The SCLERANTHUS people are full of indecision. They find it difficult to make up their minds in ordinary life, and in illness they are uncertain as to what they want, first thinking one thing right and then another.

Remedy Quality to develop Fault
Scleranthus Steadfastness Indecision

Mei 1933: My twelve remedies (Collected Writings, pg 87/111)

The Latin names of the twelve remedies are as follows:

4. SCLERANTHUS Scleranthus annuus

These plants are in flower mostly during the months of July, August and September. Water Violet is a little earlier, being at its prime in June and July.

The following are situations where they may be found:

SCLERANTHUS Can be found amongst and around the edges of some cornfields.

Februari 1933: Twelve Great Remedies (Collected Writings, pg 83/107)

The mental states and the corresponding remedies are as follows:

4. When there is indecision, when nothing seems right, when first one thing and then another is required give SCLERANTHUS.

Scleranthus Julian Barnard     / Mechthild Scheffer     / the Bach Centre