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How each Bach flower remedy inspires natural holistic healing

Flowers are nature’s expression of confidence in life and love. Their essences can inspire and support us through times when our keeping our defences up has drained us of emotional vitality. These are some of the most well known flower energies. I use them alongside herbal extracts and find they help the herbs work better. Please click on the name of a flower to read more about what sort of inspiration and energy it offers.

Agrimony
Aspen
Beech
Centaury
Cerato
Cherry Plum
Chestnut Bud
Chicory
Clematis
Crab Apple
Elm
Gentian
Gorse
Heather
Holly
Honeysuckle
Hornbeam
Impatiens
Larch
Mimulus
Mustard
Oak
Olive
Pine
Red Chestnut
Rock Rose
Rock Water
Scleranthus
Star of Bethlehem
Sweet Chestnut
Vervain
Vine
Walnut
Water Violet
White Chestnut
Wild Oat
Wild Rose
Willow Continue reading

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How Bach Flower Remedies support natural healing in horses

Horses do not always show on the surface what they’re going through inside, but they do collect memories and are affected emotionally and otherwise by hard or difficult experiences. Just as stress affects our bodies and lives, horses too are affected physically and otherwise by emotional experience.

Flowers are nature’s expression of confidence in life and love. Their essences can inspire and support your horse in healing and recovering naturally . These are some of the most well known flower energies. I use them alongside herbal extracts and find they help the herbs work better. Please click on the name of a flower to read more about what sort of inspiration and energy it offers horses. Continue reading

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How Bach Flower Remedies support natural healing in dogs

Dogs do not always show on the surface what they’re going through inside, but they do collect memories and are affected emotionally and otherwise by hard or difficult experiences.Just as stress affects our bodies and lives, our dogs too are affected physically and otherwise by emotional experience.

Flowers are nature’s expression of confidence in life and love. Their essences can inspire and support your dog in healing and recovering naturally. These are some of the most well known flower energies. I use them alongside herbal extracts and find they help the herbs work better. Please click on the name of a flower to read more about what sort of inspiration and energy it offers dogs. Continue reading

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How Bach Flower Remedies support natural healing in cats

Cats do not always show on the surface what they’re going through inside, but they do collect memories and are affected emotionally and otherwise by hard or difficult experiences. Just as stress affects our bodies and lives, cats too are affected physically and otherwise by emotional experience.

Flowers are nature’s expression of confidence in life and love. Their essences can inspire and support your cat in healing and recovering naturally . These are some of the most well known flower energies. I use them alongside herbal extracts and find they help the herbs work better. Please click on the name of a flower to read more about what sort of inspiration and energy it offers cats. Continue reading

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How Bach Flower Remedies support natural healing

Flowers are nature’s expression of confidence in life and love. Their essences can inspire and support us through times when our keeping our defences up has drained us of emotional vitality. These are some of the most well known flower energies. I use them alongside herbal extracts and find they help the herbs work better. Please click on the name of a flower to read more about what sort of inspiration and energy it offers.

Agrimony
Aspen
Beech
Centaury
Cerato
Cherry Plum
Chestnut Bud
Chicory
Clematis
Crab Apple
Elm
Gentian
Gorse
Heather
Holly
Honeysuckle
Hornbeam
Impatiens
Larch
Mimulus
Mustard
Oak
Olive
Pine
Red Chestnut
Rock Rose
Rock Water
Scleranthus
Star of Bethlehem
Sweet Chestnut
Vervain
Vine
Walnut
Water Violet
White Chestnut
Wild Oat
Wild Rose
Willow Continue reading

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Herbs for Stealth or Cryptic Pregnancy Support

Dear Ed, I first published this article years ago when there was almost no information on supporting cryptic or stealth pregnancy on the internet. Today there is more information but most of it is too general to be of real help. So here is the article all over again and updated.

What happens to a woman’s body when pregnancy hormones that usually stay in the body for just 9 or 10 months, stay on for years even? These are hormones that make muscles loose, and bones release calcium, powerful hormones. It is a unique situation, one there is no information about from the medical system. Continue reading

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Hormone Poisoning through Food – First Aid and Recovery

Video – Most main points in the article below are described in this video.


Things have changed. The products and processed foods we once trusted in, are not the same. The quality of food all over the world – from wheat to meat – have drastically fallen because of unnatural growing processes that involve hormonal interference.

To continue to keep people buying, producers have begun to supplement the products with actual hormones, hormones that cause adrenaline rushes, that fake the ‘effect’ of energy. These hormones, from humans, from fetuses, from animals are invariably filled with stress and shock hormones, and carry the consciousness of stress, trauma and shock, as the processes used to get those hormones are such. Continue reading

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Credits

Pictures of Herbs in Articles

Acorus Calamus – Sweetflag – Dorota
Arnica MontanaGertjan van Noord
Ash Tree – Fraxinus Excelsior – wllcutter
Bittermelon – Momordica Charantia – istolethetv
Buddleia – Butterfly Bush – Wildlife Terry
Buddleia – Butterfly Bush Purple Flowers – Nemo’s Great Uncle
Banyan Tree – Ficus Benghalensis – Tim Rawle
Black Willow – Salix Nigra – Melissa McMasters
Black Cohosh – Cimicifuga Racemosa – BobisTravelling
Blue Cohosh – Caulophyllum Thalictroides Wacky Badger
New Jersey Tea, Red Root – Ceanothus Americana – Andrey Zharkikh
Californian Lilac, Buckthorn – Ceanothus Thyrsiflorus – npdoty
Chasteberry– Agnus Castus –Diotime1
Cinchona – Cinchona Pubescens, Quinine – Forest and Kim Starr
Cypress – Cupresses Sempervirens – Gnawme
Cypress – Cupresses Sempervirens – M. Barrison
CypripediumOrchi
Datura InnoxiaMaja Dumat
Fenugreek Seed – Trigonella foenum-graecum – Zoyachubby
FigJennifer Rafieyan
Gotu Kola Bùi Thụy Đào Nguyên
Guava – Pisidium Guavaja – PumpkinSky
Hypericum – Hypericum perforatum – Dcrjsr
Ignatia– Strychnos Ignatii – Edward Steven
Indian Pipes ‘Ghost Plant – Monotropa Uniflora – Doug Mcgrady,
Indian Pipes – Monotropa Uniflora – Closeup – Tie Guy
Jambul – Syzygium Jambolanum Dinesh Valke
Kidney Beansperkumpulan lesman
Mandrake – Podophyllum peltatum – Dave Govoni
Mango Leaves – Mangifera Indica – Forest and Kim Starr
Meadowsweet – Filipendula Ulmaria – Amanda Slater
Mistletoe – Viscum album – Tony Alter
NarcissusMohammad Asadi
NutmegWendy Cutler
Oak Acorn – Quercus – Slashvee
Passionflower – Passiflora Incarnata – Linda MacPhee-Cobb
Papaya LeavesRob Bertholf
Phytolacca Gerhard Elsner
Pasque Flower – Anemone pulsatilla – Theo Crazzolara
Quis Qualis IndicaPren
Rue – Ruta graveolens – Amada44
Southernwood – Artimisia Abrotanum – Andrey Zharkikh
St. Ignatius Bean – Ignatia Amara – Edward Steven
Wild Feverfew – Parthenium Hysterophorus – Starr Environmental
Wormwood H. Zell
Wormwood (Leaves)Matt Lavin 
Wheat grass – Triticum aestivum – Ervins Strauhmanis
White Clover Head – Trifolium Repens – Hedera Baltica
White Clover Plant – Trifolium Repens – Andrey Zharkikh
Witch Hazel – Hamamelis Virginia Leimenide
Yellow Jasmine– Gelsemium Sempervirens – Justin Meissen
Yarrow – Achillea millefolium – Andrea Pokrzywinski Continue reading