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> Thank You Andrew! I enjoyed this information.
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> --- On Tue, 5/3/11, Andrew Pacholyk <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> From: Andrew Pacholyk <email@example.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
> 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.
> Therapies for healing
> mind, body, spirit
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