Bach flower Chestnut 10ml Inebios SWEET CHESTNUT The chestnut addresses the heartbreaking anguish described by Dr. Bach as "the total despair of those who feel they have reached the limit of their endurance.
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Bach Flower Chestnut 10ml Inebios SWEET CHESTNUT
Bach Flowers Chestnut - Sweet Chestnut Ref. 783 981 7
Tinted bottle with dropper 10 ml
Chestnut (Castanea sativa)
Description Chestnut Bach Flowers
Bach flower Chestnut (Castanea sativa). The Chestnut addresses the heartbreaking anguish described by Dr. Bach as "the total despair of those who feel they have reached the limit of their endurance." It may be a deep sorrow, and people who suffer the impression of being virtually destroyed. This reduction is accompanied by a feeling of loneliness and the feeling that the future is bleak and hopeless.
These people, without being suicidal, may feel the edge of a nervous breakdown and sometimes feel that God has abandoned them.
This anxiety can manifest after a bereavement, or after many difficult years endured bravely and without complaint.
The positive potential of Chestnut is the relief of suffering, despair and depression. External circumstances, which may not have changed, can now be faced calmly and with confidence. Or regain the faith, and a sense of being supported internally, can contribute to this change.
Dosages Bach Inebios Flower SWEET CHESTNUT Chestnut 10ml
Add two drops of Bach Chestnut flowers in a glass of water and drink in small sips.
Keep the dose one time in the mouth before swallowing.
A repeat until improvement of your discomfort.
The INEBIOS laboratories offer the 38 biological elixirs prepared according to Dr. Bach's method
Bach Flower Essences were born in the 1930s by Dr. Edward Bach, English physician.
In contact with the flowers and nature, he revealed to light the effect of these plants on the human psychic. Bach devoted himself to the creation of 38 species of herbal and wildflowers; each responding to a psychological portrait.
38 These essences are made in Provence by strict adherence to tradition. These 100% natural essences are divided into 7 groups and can target more easily the type of emotional imbalance.