2020 is coming to an end. The feeling of being overwhelmed by excessive activities is quite common at this time of year. So I chose Bach Elm’s Floral to speak in this article.
Elm is the twenty-first Flower essence found by the English doctor Dr. Edward Bach, creator of the Bach Flowers. It belongs to the group of despondency and despair, one of the seven mental and emotional states addressed by Dr. Edward Bach.
In the book Form and Function, Julian Barnard says that Elm’s first impression (Ulmus procera) is a large wooden column (procera means tall), the immense pillar of the trunk, often more than a hundred feet high when in its heyday, and with a radius of about five meters. This is an upright tree, with some branches spread out, carried by a large amount of smaller branches. When in bloom, there is a contrast between strong stem and flowers that are complex. The male flower is the one who provides most of the pink color, since the larger anthers are red, until they open, spread the pollen and quickly darken.
Elm is suitable for people with great ability who momentarily lose confidence and become discouraged. It is useful when these people are suddenly overwhelmed by obligations and inadequate to deal with or fulfill their commitments; this is usually caused by overwork and as a consequence they feel exhausted and depressed, with loss of self-confidence.
Elm will restore normal strength and ability so that the person fulfills his responsibilities. It rescues the self-confidence, determination and perseverance of professionals who are temporarily discouraged and exhausted due to overwork and cannot escape obligations. It helps to calm the mind, so that problems can be analyzed in a clear and rational way, thus stimulating the return of lost security. Elm helps to define purposes and simplify.
The flowers have no contraindications and can be used by people of any age, including babies, being possible to use them in conjunction with any other treatment that is necessary. They are found in good homeopathy and handling pharmacies across the country. They are usually used by taking 4 drops 4 times a day
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