Sometimes we feel vague and disconnected, or split and indecisive. This tendency to daydream rather than focus on what we want or need to do can be alleviated by the essence of drosera spathulata, or Sundew.
These carnivorous flowers, which were studied by Charles Darwin, are incredibly sensitive to touch. With the least contact, their sticky leaves can trap, devour and digest insects, including dragonflies. On the other hand, according to a report on BBC (2012), promising new research suggests they may soon be applied in innovative medical technologies to help heal wounds.
Sundew is a grounding plant; it is associated with the Root Chakra and the mental, astral and etheric planes.