200 DROPS IN 10ML
Activate the essences by tapping, stirring or shaking (this is known as succussing)
- Keywords: Over-enthusiasm, hyper-active, fanatical, highly strung
- Human indication: For people who are strong-willed and highly strung with minds that race ahead of events.
- Animal/pet indication: Enthusiastic, always want to be involved, high strung.
The person in need of this Bach Flower Remedy is so passionate about an idea that he will exhaust his own resources in its pursuit.
When the inner flame of a good idea, a cause, or an injustice to be corrected is ignited in a Vervian personality, he cannot rest until all those around him are in agreement, working toward his ultimate objective. Vervian types are revolutionaries at heart and radiate their energy - they are preachers who try to win everyone to their mission.
Never resting, always tense and keyed up, those in the negative state cannot relax even if they want to. They "get by" on a minimum of sleep, believing that their cause is more important than caring for their own bodies. Their movements are quick and their speech rapid.
How should flower essences be taken?
For chronic problems, flower essences should be taken 4 times per day - including upon awakening and at bedtime. You need only 4 drops under the tongue each time.
For immediate effect in crisis situations, take 4 drops as needed, but not less than 8 drops per day. Alternatively, you can add 6 drops to a cup of mineral water and sip throughout the day.
Babies and pets can be treated by placing the drops in water as above.
Flower Essences should be taken on an empty stomach - at least 30-60 minutes before or after eating. Therefore , it is not advisable to add the drops to food.
· A Homeopathic Remedy
· Contains 27% Alcohol
VERVAIN-Bach Flower Remedy
Dr Bach's description...
“Those with fixed principles and ideas, which they are confident are right, and which they very rarely change. They have a great wish to convert all around them to their own views of life. They are strong of will and have much courage when they are convinced of those things that they wish to teach. In illness they struggle on long after many would have given up their duties.” – Dr. Edward Bach