The Sound of Flowers

Sweet Chestnut-Flower of Vitalization


Major sorrow, feeling of loneliness.


Sweet Chestnut is addressed to the tearing anguish described by Dr. Bach as “the total despair of those which feel that they reached the limit of their endurance”. It can be a question of major sorrow, and the people who suffer from it have the feeling to be practically destroyed. This abatement is accompanied by a feeling of loneliness and an impression which the future is dark and without hope.

These people, without being suicidal, can feel at the edge of the nervous breakdown and have sometimes the impression that God gave them up. This anguish can appear following a mourning, or after many courageously endured difficult years and without complaining.

The positive potential of Sweet Chestnut is the relief of the suffering, despair and the abatement. The external circumstances, which inevitably did not change, can now be faced calmly, and the mind at ease. To find or find the Faith, and a feeling to be internally constant, can contribute to this change.

Special precautions

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.

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