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Flowers and Herbs of Interest

The plants grown for the Flower Essence Baths are chosen to grow in these gardens based on their properties, as well as their beauty. All plants are safe for pets, wildlife, and for all ages. *They do not interact with any medications or conditions. Here's a list of some that may interest you if you're interested in healing properties. 

Flowers & Herbals 

Mullein (Verascum thapsus)

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Mullein's physical health benefits are calming the nervous system; cough expectorant. 

It's flower essences are enhancing one's ability to have insight; provides 'inner light'; clarity on moral dilemmas; strengthens social pressure weaknesses.

Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna, C. oxycanthus)

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Hawthorn is known as the 'heart healer'. Hawthorn's physical healing properties are to protect against heart disease and help control high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Both animal and human studies suggest hawthorn increases coronary artery blood flow, improves circulation, and lowers blood pressure.

It's flower essence is opening the heart meridian/chakra and soothing broken heartedness and sadness in love. It also eases emotional extremes.

Borage (Borago officinalis)

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Borage is a special herb. It's physical health benefits are vast, offering aid in inflammation and inflammatory diseases like rheumatoid arthitis, asthma, and etopic dermatitis. It can be eaten. Leaves taste like cucumber and are great in a tea; and the flowers can be a beautiful decoration in salada!

It's flower essence is also quite remarkable. It aids in grief and loss, brokenheartedness, and is believed to lift your spirits. It also prevents depressive moments and supports courage and optimism.

Daisy (Bellis perennis)

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Daisy's physical health benefits are in the parts that grow above ground and used as medicine. Wild daisy contains chemicals called saponins. These chemicals might help skin cells produce more collagen. People use wild daisy for bleeding, cough, bronchitis, and wounds.

Daisy's flower essence is all about going all in full throttle! It's great for planning and organizing. It's believed to aid in absorbing more information and organizing info in your brain in a meaningful way by enhancing concentration. 

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