Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Black-eyed Susan

Image of Black-eyed Susan from ausflowers

In North America, when we hear the name Black-eyed Susan, we think of yellow flowers. However, the Australian version (tetratheca erisifolia) is purple, and it is from this flower that Ian White's Bush Flower Essence is made.

This remedy is used to combat a condition of extreme impatience and constant striving. After taking it, the person is able to slow down, look inward and relax into a more balanced and peaceful state. In other words, it's great for those with Type A personalities.

It can also be taken by those under the pressure of great demands from outside, or in situations where people are too busy because they are unwilling to delegate work to others.

Black-eyed Susan, a great remedy for stress, has the ability to return the person to his or her natural rhythm and Inner Self.

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