Flower Essence- Structure
Planetary Characteristics: Saturn
Latin Name: Equisetum arvense
From The Flower Attunement Guidebook-
Horsetails are prehistoric plants growing near wetlands and deep in the forest. Their blossoms look like magical wands, or aptly, horsetails. They have a number of vitamins and minerals including silica, a mineral known to help aid in strong healthy hair and strong bones. Saturn rules our bones, and as we age our bones can become more fragile and weak due to osteoporosis and aging. Quite literally, our bones hold us together. They represent the structure and our deepest beliefs. Horsetail flower essence helps us to realign and connect with ancient wisdom from our ancestors, giving us insight into what our core beliefs really mean. Like a wand, Horsetail and its strength of Saturn give us an opportunity to change our karma and give us the strength to create our own structures and belief systems helping us to feel grounded on Earth.
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.
The flower essence of Horsetail 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.
Made intentionally by hand in Portland, OR
results very 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.