The Sound of Flowers
Gentian-Flower of Encouragement
The flower of Bach Gentian helps to fight the doubt and pessimism.
Gentian fights the doubt and pessimism and is appropriate for those which are discouraged and are depressed easily as soon as the things are bad or that difficulties arise. Contrary to the person corresponding to the Mustard type, the cause of their depression is always identifiable. In fact, they can make good progress in a disease or life, but it is enough of a light hitch to demoralize them.
Gentian can be recommended to those who feel cut down by a long or chronic disease; thanks to its stimulating effect, it is often a good tonic for the convalescents. It is also useful for the children discouraged by their schoolwork.
The positive potential of Gentian makes it possible to keep courage vis-a-vis the hitches. No obstacle seems insurmountable, no task is too not discouraging to undertake. One is convinced that the difficulties will end up being surmounted.
Have a varied and balanced diet at the same time. Keep out of young children. For all the family. Keep away from fire and light.
Dilute six drops in a water glass and drink it at regular intervals. Repeat if necessary.
For a combined use, add two drops of each selected Flower (max. seven) in a bottle to a mixture of 30ml, fill it with mineral water and take four drops of the mixture at least four times per day.
If necessary, the Sound of Flowers tincture can be directly versed on the language 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 wish it to you. If you are disturbed, it may be that only one amount is sufficient. If your state is persistent, you can use the Flowers for a long time as you need some.