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Flower Essences

Flower essences are a form of alternative medicine that has been used for centuries to help people achieve greater emotional balance and well-being. They are made by infusing the energetic imprint of a flower into water, which is then preserved with a small amount of brandy or other alcohol. You then take this "mother essence" and dilute it down further into stock bottles and dosage bottles. This creates a highly dilute solution that contains the unique vibrational pattern of the flower. This also creates a way to safely work with plants that are normally considered toxic.

The idea behind flower essences is that they work on an energetic level to help balance the subtle energy systems of the body. According to this theory, every living thing has an energetic field that surrounds and permeates it, including humans, animals, and plants. When this energy field is in balance, we experience feelings of wellness and vitality. However, when this energy field is disrupted or blocked, we may experience emotional or physical symptoms.

Flower essences are believed to work by restoring balance to the energetic field, which in turn can help to alleviate emotional and physical symptoms. Each flower essence is said to have its own unique energetic signature that corresponds to a specific emotional state or issue. For example, Bach Rescue Remedy, one of the most well-known flower essences, is a combination of five different flower essences that are believed to help alleviate stress and anxiety.

To use flower essences, a few drops are typically added to a glass of water or taken directly under the tongue. They can also be added to bathwater or applied topically to the skin. It's important to note that flower essences are not the same as essential oils, which are made by distilling the volatile oils from plants and are used primarily for their physical properties.

Many people report positive experiences with them. They are generally considered safe and can be used alongside other forms of treatment.

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