Bach Original Flower Remedies 20ml PINE Scots Pine

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Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris)

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The Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris)

The Scots Pine is suitable for people who feel guilt and constantly challenging. They consider themselves responsible for the faults of others, even of all that goes wrong, and feel unworthy and undeserving. Their guilt complex and shame are not necessarily based on something concrete, but any possibility of joy of life is destroyed.

These people seem humble and merge into excuses, they apologize even being sick and sometimes seem to have earned their illness or suffering. Not to be confused with self-disgust (see Wild Apple - Crab Apple).

The positive potential of Scots pine is a renewed energy, vitality and zest for life. Responsibilities are accepted realistically and making judgment. Pin Sylvestre positive type is accepted and respected as he accepts and respects others, without making overly negative judgment. Dr. Bach wrote about the Scots Pine "... Any conviction of ourselves or others is a condemnation of the universal creation of love, it restricts us and limit our ability to instill universal love other. '

Dosages:

Add two drops in a glass of water and drink in small sips.
Keep the dose a time in mouth before swallowing.
A repeat to improve your discomfort.

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Does the Latin name of the Scots pine come from the Celtic pinus which means mountain, rock, as stated by Alexandre Etienne Guillaume “de” Théis in 1810, or does it come from the Latin pinus , itself related to the ancient Greek pitus , pitta , for pine, resin as Félix Gaffiot thinks in his famous French Latin Dictionary of 1934? One thing is indisputable, it lives in forests, which justifies its Latin qualifier sylvestris , a term derived from another Latin word, silva , for forest. A little history Mythical tree in the Far East, it symbolizes life, longevity and immortality . In Scotland, it rises to the rank of national tree . For centuries, pine has been used for its therapeutic...

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