To feel calm and clear
I have been getting extra exercise this week, running after guinea pigs and dancing – 3 performances of 2 tap and 1 modern dance!
I have also had several reasons to use the Bush Flower Essences this week. Many of you will have heard of the Bach Flower Remedies, especially “Rescue Remedy”, sometimes known as “Emergency Essence”. In addition to these helpful little vials of which there are 38 different individual remedies, there are also Bush Flower Essences, developed from the native flowers of the Australian Bush.
Ah, I hear you saying, Australia again – is the woman transfixed? But in truth I found the Bush Essences before I went to Australia. I had heard of them before but was impressed with the way in which Tim Couzens, the holistic Vet in East Hoathly, integrates them in his own holistic veterinary practice.
There are vials of drops, just as with Bach essences, but where I have found the Bush remedies to be particularly useful is in the room sprays.
Emergency essence mist is made up from the vibrational infusion of Angelsword, Dog Rose of the Wild Forces, Waratah, Fringed Violet, Sundew, Grey Spider Flower, and Crowea. The mist also has a few drops of essential oils of calendula, echinacea, chamomile, aloe, arnica, lavender and bergamot.
The mist can be sprayed around any one who is panicking, feeling anxious, concerned about a concert or interview, angry, or any such adrenaline overload. In addition it can be used after accidents, and animals that are fearful of fireworks or other fears can be calmed with a few sprays in the air above their heads. I have found it useful for my self, and my son uses it before going on stage for singing and violin concerts – although for some reason he has no problem with acting!
The other mist that I use extensively is Calm and Clear mist. This contains the vibrational essence of Black eyed Susan, Bottlebrush, Boronia, Crowea, Bush Fuchsia, Jacaranda, Little Flannel Flower, and Paw Paw. Again it has additional extracts and essential oils – notably lavender, Neroli, Orange and Patchouli.
I use this one every day! I spray it around my consulting room between patients, and around myself if I am feeling a little anxious. It seemed to help the whole cast in the dance performances at the weekend! It smells so beautiful – far superior to anything “Glade” and the equivalent can come up with – that you can’t help but take a deep breath and sigh with delight.
More about the Bush Remedies and others another time! But I do sell them, so if you need any and are around the practice, let me know! Soon I will set my website up so that you can obtain them from there…Meanwhile, you could buy them from Flower Sense
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Interesting blog. It would be great if you can provide more details about it. Thanks you