200 DROPS IN 10ML
Activate the essences by tapping, stirring or shaking (this is known as succussing)
- Keywords: Self pity, resentment, short-changed, poor me, sulky, irritable, grumbling, bitterness, blame, complain
- Human indication: When you feel resentment, self-pity and bitterness. You would like to regain a sense of humor and proportion.
- Animal/pet indication: Sulky, self pity
Human nature dictates that each of us has needed this Bach Flower Remedy at some time. It can occur when another's good fortune contrasts too sharply with our own situation and jealously and resentment overtake us.
At those times, we rail at our fate and blame everything and everyone but ourselves for our situation. Self-pity is our over-riding emotion. We may feel so resentful that we're tempted to put an end to someone else's cheerfulness by doing something to spoil their day!
Quite obviously, we aren't happy and comfortable with ourselves. A few doses of this Bach Flower Essence can bring us back to our normal state.
When the negative Willow state becomes chronic, it can have a destructive effect on the sufferer - and on everyone around him. Willow is a state in which feelings are powerfully projected into the outside world.
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 (consult your Doctor) 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
WILLOW-Bach Flower Remedy
Dr Bach's description...
“For those who have suffered adversity or misfortune and find these difficult to accept, without complaint or resentment, as they judge life much by the success which it brings. They feel that they have not deserved so great a trial that it was unjust, and they become embittered. They often take less interest and are less active in those things of life which they had previously enjoyed.” – Dr. Edward Bach