Featured Flower Remedy: Peace

February 9th, 2011
Newly packaged Peace Formula

Peace gets dressed up to meet the world!

We are excited to announce the newly remodeled Peace flower remedy! The same great formula with a new look.

Jasmine Flower  20c
Olive Flower 20c
Wild Indigo Flower 20c
Tea Tree Flower 20c

Jasmine assists the soul in bringing new impulses into the mind. These new impulses will assist the individual in forming new ways of thinking and acting.

Olive is for peace. Olive assists in resolving conflicts such as disputes and quarrels both within and without. Olive attunes us to peace and attracts contentment into the personality.

Wild Indigo is for relief of the indigo blue moods. Perhaps you have experienced these mood indigos? These blue spaces are not peaceful but sorrowful, sad, melancholy. Wild Indigo helps us to rise above these deep blue moods.

Tea Tree brings the soothing, comforting caress of Nature and the balm of gentleness. Nurture, like being held and rocked within the arms of Mother Nature.

Uses: To help induce a feeling of peace. To help alleviate: agitation, stress, anxiety, inability to focus, confusion, moodiness, spatial disorientation, a feeling of being out of sorts with your life process, anger, fear, sadness, blue feelings, melancholy, mild depression, clouds over and inside your head, life is experienced as hard work without peace.

If you carry unique products in your practice or would like to please consider Peace Formula. Clients and students love it. Available through the school store/clinic.

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