It’s that time of year where even the strongest heart and mind can become glum, despondent, tired and even morose. The perfect flower remedies for this time of the year are so surprisingly amazing, especially to this kind of person who never needs any help and would poo poo this simple helper.
A woman that worked with me was talking about her Dad who had lost his get up and go she didn’t know how to motivate or encourage him. I explained about the amazing power of simple flower remedies and she instantly said he would never take it. I suggested slipping it in his tea. She came back a few days later and said it was amazing at how different he was and he never knew! It’s also great for pets! She came back a few days later and said it was amazing at how different he was and he never knew! It’s also great for pets!
Try it out, you might be amazed. It’s usually available at any good health food store and some chemists and pharmacies.
Oak is “For those who are struggling and fighting strongly to get well, or in connection with the affairs of their daily life. They will go on trying one thing after another, though their case may seem hopeless. They will fight on. They are discontented with themselves if illness interferes with their duties or helping others. They are brave people, fighting against great difficulties, without loss of hope of effort.” – Dr. Edward Bach
For those who are suffering:
Exhaustion, overwork, workaholic, fatigued, over-achiever
Human Indication: When you are exhausted, but keep struggling on.
When you are exhausted, but keep struggling on.
Animal/Pet Indication: If your pet
If your pet keeps struggling although it is exhausted, never seem to quit.
The alternative Bush Flower Remedy for the same tired, weary, heavy feeling we get at this Time of year would be: Old Man Banksia
For people who are weary, frustrated and disheartened by setbacks. This Essence helps to bring a spark into those people’s lives who are heavy and slow moving. They tend to be reliable, dependable people who steadily plod on, often hiding their weariness while battling on with unceasing effort. The Old Man Banksia is a gnarled and twisted tree and it seems to be a storehouse of old wisdom. It is one of the first plants discovered by Joseph Banks.
enjoyment of life
interest in life