Flower Essence- The Guardian Angel
Planetary Characteristics: Sun
Latin Name: ‘Angelica archangelica’
From the Flower Attunement Guide Book-
Angelica was named after an angel that appeared before a monk and showed him the cure for the plague that diseased Europe. Today all parts of Angelica are used to treat bacterial infections, digestive issues, joint and muscle pains, to heartburn and respiratory issues. No wonder the plant was so effective; it's literally a healer for so many disharmonies. Angelica's round dome-shaped blooms hold tiny little flowers to each stem creating a circular Sun shape. The Sun provides us with life as we know it: a guardian angel in the atmosphere. The Sun gives us vitality and through Angelica: a deep immune-boosting dose of self-love. Angelica gives us a feeling of safety and security- reminding us that we are connected to all that is.
Flower essence tinctures work by modifying energy flow through the typical acupuncture meridians. Shifts in these energetic patterns influence the consciousness in helpful ways both emotionally and physically. These homeopathic remedies can be described as “vibrational” or energy medicine. Flowers themselves contain the highest concentration of life force energy of the plant. Through the sun infusion method, we can harness the healing vibrational pattern and energy of the flower. This is imprinted in the water and then preserved as medicine. Preserved with brandy but can be replaced with glycerin upon request.
This flower essence is only the vibration of the plant and no plant material is used in the harvesting process.
This can be used as a tincture ingested neat, or added to water, tea whatever you feel. I recommend one drop in water three times a day. All of the essences can also be added to a bath.
1/2 oz 15ml
Intentionally handmade in Portland, OR
**Disclaimer Results vary and are not 100% guaranteed. The blends are not intended to replace any medical or mental treatments by a qualified health physician. this information is for educational purposes.