The Sound of Flowers
Agrimony-Flower of Sincerity
Agrimony for a feeling of inner joy resulting in a good mood in society.
People who need Agrimony seem often carefree and humorous, but their joie de vivre masks anxieties, worries, even inner torments they try to hide, both to others. themselves. If they feel pain or indisposition, they joke about it, reluctant to express their real fears. Very sociable, they seek the company to distract themselves. They try to ignore the bad side of life and prefer to take things lightly rather than get into quarrels. Tormented thoughts sometimes disturb their sleep (see also White Chestnut).
In order to better cope with their difficulties, these people can sometimes abuse alcohol or drugs, or console themselves with food.
The positive potential of Agrimony applies to those who are really in a good mood and whose company is nice. They can talk about their difficulties and accept that life does not have only good sides. Their good humor is now explained by a real feeling of inner joy; they consider the problems in their context and are very diplomatic conciliators.
Dilute six drops in a glass of water and drink it at regular intervals. Repeat if necessary.
For combined use, add two drops of each of the selected Flowers (up to seven) in a 30ml mixing bottle, fill with mineral water and take four drops of the mixture at least four times a day.
If necessary, Sound of Flowers tincture can be poured directly onto the tongue or rubbed on the lips, behind the ears, or on the temples and wrists.
You can use the Sound of Flowers tincture as often as you like. If you are disturbed, a single dose may be sufficient. If your condition is persistent, you can use the flowers as long as you need them.