Bach Flower ~ Flower Remedies for Every Emotion

Bach Flower ~ Flower Remedies For Every Emotion

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  1. . Agrimony: Suffering or worry hidden by smiling face.
    . Aspen: Apprehension, vague fears of unknown origin.
    . Beech: Intolerance, arrogance, tendency to be overcritical.
    . Centaury: Susceptibility to influence and exploitation, weak will,
    . Cerato: Lack of confidence, doubt, constant requests for advice.
    . Cherry Plum: Uncontrolled temper, desperation, fear of loss of mind.
    . Chestnut Bud: Slowness to learn, lack of observation, repetition of
    . Chicory: Possessiveness, self-love, self-pity, attention seeking.
    . Clematis: Indifference, dreaminess, lack of interest.
    . Crab Apple: Feeling of being unclean, shame, self-dislike; the cleanser.
    . Elm: Occasional feelings of inadequacy, too much responsibility.
    . Gentian: Discouragement, self-doubt, negative attitudes, depression.
    . Gorse: Hopelessness, despair, despondency.
    . Heather: Self-centeredness, love of talking, inability to listen.
    . Holly: Envy, suspicion, revenge, hatred, jealousy.
    . Honeysuckle: Living too much in the past, homesickness.
    . Hornbeam: Mental and physical weariness.
    . Impatiens: Impatience, irritability, mental tension.
    . Larch: Lack of confidence, expectation of failure, feeling of inferiority.
    . Mimulus: Fear of known things, shyness, timidity.
    . Mustard: Deep gloom or depression of unknown cause.
    . Oak: Onward struggle despite despondency/despair.
    . Olive: Mental and physical exhaustion or weariness.
    . Pine: Self-blame, self-reproach, guilt, false humility.
    . Red Chestnut: Fear and anxiety for others.
    . Rock Rose: Terror, panic, extreme fear.
    . Rock Water: Self-criticism, rigidity, self-denial.
    . Scleranthus: Uncertainty, indecision, hesitation, lack of balance.
    . Star of Bethlehem: After-effects of shock and trauma.
    . Sweet Chestnut: Extreme anguish, hopeless despair, loss of faith.
    . Vervain: Overenthusiasm, fanaticism, nervous tension, strain.
    . Vine: Dominance, leadership, craving for power, ambition, inflexibility.
    . Walnut: Helps in changes, link breaking, protects.
    . Water Violet: Aloofness, reserve, pride.
    . White Chestnut: Unwanted persistent thoughts, worry, inner mental
    . Wild Oat: Dissatisfaction at not having found goal, uncertainty.
    . Wild Rose: Resignation, lack of interest, apathy.
    . Willow: Resentment, bitterness, "not-fair" attitude.

    . Rescue Remedy (a composite of Cherry Plum, Clematis, Impatiens, Rock Rose,and Star of Bethlehem): Use for shock, terror, upsets, fright, accidents;give frequently in all emergencies;

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