Elm Bach Flower Remedy 20 ml
Positives: Efficiency, Deep thinkers and feelers, self-reliant
Negatives: Depression, overwhelmed by responsibilities, despondent, exhausted
Sir Francis Bacon, in his famous plays Hamlet, Merchant of Venice, Henry V etc., wrote about the Greek Temperaments or Humors. The Greek physician Hippocrates (460-370 BC) developed the theory of the four humors (they correspond to fire, air water and earth), drawing upon knowledge passed on from previous generations and cultures, possibly ancient Persia, Egypt and even Atlantis.
He maintained that too much or too little of a humor would affect the mental state and behavior of an individual, usually—but not always—negatively. One of the four, Melancholics, tend to be analytical and detail-oriented, and they are deep thinkers and feelers. They are introverted and try to avoid being singled out in a crowd. A melancholic personality leads to self-reliant individuals who are thoughtful, reserved, and often anxious. They often strive for perfection within themselves and their surroundings.
The bad news for a melancholic: they can be moody, depressed and withdrawn. They can easily get stuck in a rut. The good news: you can take Elm Bach Flower remedy. Exhaustion and depression is not exclusive to one humor. The others can feel it as well. Elm might be right for you.
- Keywords: Depression, overwhelmed by responsibilities, despondent, exhausted
- Human indication: Feeling overwhelmed and depressed, there is too much to do and you don't feel that you can do it all.
- Animal/Pet indication: Overwhelmed by a sense of responsibility from a temporary circumstance: abandoning their litter Inactive
- One of the eight original remedies from the 1930's
- Ingredient: Preservative 27% Grape Alcohol
- 20 ml bottle
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