Thursday, October 25, 2012

Processing Flower remedies at home

Selecting essences is often a process of inner growth and awareness. Flower essences are the blossoms of plants prepared from a sun infusion in a bowl of water, then further diluted, potentized, and then preserved with brandy.

*Time Required: * 4 to 6 hours

1. Sterilize your equipment by washing with hot soapy water. Be sure not
to touch the inside surface of bowl and jars after washing to insure the
purity of the essence to be processed.
2. Intuitively connect with the Deva (entity or life spark) of the flower
you have chosen to process in deciding how many actual flower heads are to
be collected (generally one to five).
3. Collect the flower head by snipping them onto the glass saucer while
being careful not to handle them. Touching them or sniffing them will alter
the flower's energy.
4. Remove the petals using scissors or tweezers. Allow the petals to fall
onto the glass saucer without handling them with your hands.
5. Fill two-quart bowl with one quart of distilled water.
6. Lift the petals one by one and place them in the bowl of water so that
each petal touches the water surface. The petals will float. Shake loose all
the stamen before hand.
7. Place the bowl in the garden or sunny place outdoors.
8. Repeat steps 2-7 for each individual flower variety that you are
making during the preparations.
9. Give prayerful request to the nature spirits for the healing
properties of the flowers be treated by the sunlight. Allow 30-60 seconds
per bowl full of petals. Deva energy is cosmically released into the water.
10. Allow the grounding process to take place. 3 hrs. - sunny day, 2 hrs.
- partly sunny day
11. Fill two quart canning jars with approximately 1 qt. of brandy.
Recommended ratio is 40-50 percent brandy and 60-50 percent essence (no more
than 50 percent brandy).
12. Fill the remainder of the jars with the solarized flower solution.
13. Secure the jar with clean lid and bands and label with name of flower
and date.
14. The finished jars can be then placed in the center of your garden or
an alternate "power spot" for final processing.
15. Congratulations, your mother tinctures are complete! Your stock
essences can be diluted into dosage
portionshttp://healing. od/floweressence s/ht/fe_dosage. htmat
your convenience.


1. Tools and supplies needed: scissors, long tweezers, 2 quart glass
bowl, glass saucer, distilled water, quart canning jars and lids, brandy
2. Best time for collecting flowers: 8 AM - 10:30 AM. A sunny day is a
must in preparing flower essences!
3. Choose flowers a day a head of being fully open.
4. Choosing which flower to be made into essences for your personal use
can in itself be a process of inner growth and awareness.

How To Prepare a Flower Essence Dosage Bottle
From Phylameana lila Desy,
Source bottles of flower essences are readily available in today's market. It is perfectly safe to use drops directly from source preparations you have purchased or from your personal stock jars. However, if you are taking more than one flower essence it may be more convenient to prepare dosage bottles rather than taking each one separately from the source bottles. Plus, preparing your own dosage bottles makes flower essences more cost efficient.
Difficulty: Easy
Time Required: 20 minutes
Here's How:
Gather Supplies - Tincture bottles, bottled spring water, preservative, stock or source essences.

Flower Essences - It is best not to blend together more than five different essences in one dosage bottle. If dosages are taken four times each day as recommended a dosage bottle will last you ten to fourteen days. Decide on an issue that you want to focus on for the next couple of weeks and select the essences accordingly. You may personally intuit flower essences to include in your dosage formula on your own through meditation or muscle testing. Or, you could consult with a flower essence practitioner for assistance in choosing the appropriate essences for your purpose.

Water - Spring water is the best choice because is naturaly infused with universal life energy. If you do not have access to bottled spring water, purifed or distilled water is preferrable over tap water.

Preservative - You will not need to use any preservative if you are only going to preapare a one ounce dosage bottle that will be consumed within the next two weeks. But, if you are preparing several dosage bottles to be used over several weeks or longer you will need a preservative. Brandy is a good choice. Do not grab a bottle of brandy from your liquor cabinet. Purchase a bottle, dedicate it to the purpose of healing, and use it only for flower essence preparations. Dosage bottles can also be prepared with vegetable gylcerin or apple cider vinegar if you prefer non-alcoholic preservatives.

Bottles - Glass tincture bottles typically come in one half, one, and two ounce sizes. Sterilize the bottles, caps and eye droppers with heated water or in the dishwasher.

Fill the Bottle - Fill 1/4 of the bottle with your choice of preservative. Place 2-3 drops of each chosen stock remedy into the sterilized dosage bottle. Fill the remainder of the bottle with water allowing a little space for the eye dropper placement.

Recommend Usage - Ten drops under the tongue four times a day. A one ounce dosage bottle will last approximately 10-14 days if taken consistantly.

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