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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Re: [AlternativeAnswers] Flower Power: The Healing Power of Flowers

 

Thank You Andrew!  I enjoyed this information.

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--- On Tue, 5/3/11, Andrew Pacholyk <yogiguruji@aol.com> wrote:

From: Andrew Pacholyk <yogiguruji@aol.com>
Subject: [AlternativeAnswers] Flower Power: The Healing Power of Flowers
To: AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com
Date: Tuesday, May 3, 2011, 5:24 PM

 

Good Morning!

Flower Power: The Healing Power of Flowers

This week I will be discussing the work and energy behind "Flower
Power". Not only is it a phrase from the 60's associated with peace
and the hippie movement, I find the phrase, itself empowering! So
this week I am going to explore the nature of "Flower Power"!

The essence of flowers has a subtle, aromatic or visual impact on those who pay attention. The vibrational energy emitted from flowers tells a story of it life from beginning to end. They can bring such joy or comfort and offer their magical medicinal properties to all those who wish to partake of them. Below are just a few samples of the power of flowers!

Dandelion: Dandelion Root can be made into a bitter tea (don't
sweeten it, the bitterness is how it works – you'll get use to it) as
an excellent tonic for the liver and blood purifier. Dandelion roots
are very high in vitamins and minerals. The common dandelion is an
unusually nutritious food. Its leaves contain substantial levels of
vitamins A, C, D, and B complex as well as iron, magnesium, zinc,
potassium, manganese, copper, choline, calcium, boron, and silicon.
Worldwide, the root of the dandelion has been used for the treatment
of a variety of liver and gallbladder problems. Other historical uses
of the root and leaves include the treatment of breast diseases,
water retention, digestive problems, joint pain, fever, and skin
diseases. The most active constituents in dandelion appear to be
eudesmanolide and germacranolide, substances unique to this herb.

Jasmine: Jasmine is a bold, sweet scent. Jasmine is the greatest
aphrodisiac of all. These night blooming flowers are picked at their
height to bring out one of the most sexy scents. Associated
throughout history with the compassionate Goddess of the Moon,
Jasmine, grown along the Nile in ancient Egypt, is represented Isis,
the Egyptian Mother Goddess who held the secrets of fertility, magic
and healing.

Milk Thistle: Milk Thistle is the best in cleaning our blood and
liver and is a traditional way to get our health back on track and
revitalize and nourish our entire internal ecological system from the
ravages of winter. Milk Thistle is an excellent cleansers for the
liver. Cleansing is one of the more important roles of Milk Thistle
as it helps to prevent a host of problems our bodies can acquire from
internal and external toxic overload.

Patchouli: Patchouli is a sweet, earthy scent. Its smell is intense
and spicy. From an energetic point of view, Patchouli, like Jasmine,
is warm and yet anti-inflammatory in action. It combines a calmative
property with a gentle stimulating effect that uplifts the spirit!
Patchouli is a sweet and grounding harmonizing fragrance!

Neroli: Neroli is distilled from bitter orange trees. It has a
refreshing, spicy aroma and is known for its sensual, exotic effect.
Neroil oil is emotionally unifying and soothes with harmonizing
effects. Described as both sensual and spiritual, Neroli helps to
restablish the link between a disconnected mind and body. Neroli
paves the way for a gradual release and allows us to recall hope and
joy!

Rose: The Mother of All Flowers, the Rose has amazing powers of love,
trust and self acceptance. Roses are representative of faith, hope
and love and has the qualities to restore the very center of one's
being. A gentle tonic of the heart, Rose oil's psychological
properties lie mainly in its effect on the mind, the center of our
emotional being. Rose oil calms and supports the heart and helps to
nourish the soul!

Andrew Pacholyk, MS, L.Ac.
http://www.peacefulmind.com/herbology.htm
Therapies for healing
mind, body, spirit

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