How to Use Flower Enhancers
5 ways to choose the right essence for you
No need to stress about choosing the right essence. Follow your sense about what feels right.
However, if you still need some encouragement, here are some tips for choosing an essence:
- Read the flower’s description and feel if it applies to you at this time;
- Look at the flower’s picture and notice if there is a “pull” or resonance for you with that particular flower;
AND if you have access to a range of essences …
- Dowse with a pendulum;
- Hold the bottles in your hand one by one, and tune in to the appropriateness of each essence. You may be drawn to one particular essence; or
- Apply muscle testing.
7 suggestions on how you can use these essences
If you use flower essences then you already know how to use these “flower enhancers”. Here are some suggestions for taking these essences. They are also safe to use on animals.
- Take a few drops by mouth. First shake the bottle then place a few drops under the tongue (sublingually). This is the usual method. It is good not to take anything else by mouth 1/2hr before and 1/2hr afterwards (a bit like you would take a homeopathic remedy).
- Rub directly on the skin
- Place a few drops on a chakra point
- Add to skin creams and massage oils
- Add to baths
- Add to water in “mist” sprays (4-5 drops from the stock bottle is enough). The spray method is excellent for clearing and refreshing rooms. (See also Mist Sprays which have some essential oils added).
- Safe to use on pets
Whichever method you choose … be still, be quiet and take a few moments to turn inward and feel the effects within.
“There are seven bodies and seven chakras and within them lie all the means as well as the barriers. There are no barriers outside.” Osho
Email us if you need help to choose an essence
You can email us and we are happy to help you choose an essence that suits your situation.
Harvey and Cochrane’s book The Encyclopaedia of Flower Remedies (Harper and Collins) is a highly comprehensive work.
Vibrational Medicine by Richard Gerber MD
A Compendium of Flower Essences by Clare G Harvey