Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Non-Fiction - Flower Essences - Clare G. Harvey


Pages: 127

Published: 2006

Date Finished:20th April 2011

Recommend it: Yes

Remedies & Inspirations for Well-Being

Discover the profoundly effective benefits of flower essences and how they can enable you to optimize your health and well-being.

Choose from more than 25 flower essences from around the world, including remedies from the Australian Bush, the Amazon, Egypt, China, India, Central Asia, the UK and USA.

Understand how to harness the potent therapy of flower essences with remedies, creams and spritzes. Synopsis -


There is not much that the synopsis doesn’t cover, and much like the previous Live Better book I read, this is one that I would recommend on many levels, but before I do so I would like to tell you a little bit about it.

This book is divided into chapters and details not only what the flower is, where it is native and how to use it in essences, but shares stories, legends and what the flower denotes. It goes into how you can incorporate it into your everyday life and expands of a variety of flowers, from Isis to Roses, Sage and Cherry Blossom. Clare shares the healing qualities of each one and even explains how to create the best blend to suit your needs, from sprits, oils and even petal baths.

I found it helpful, insightful and strangely calming, not to mention it explained why I am attracted to certain flowers for the color and smell and why some make me happier than others.

I would recommend this to anyone who likes new age spirituality, healing and who wants to learn a more natural way to cope with the stresses and experiences of life – both good and bad. It is a brilliant reference book to have on one’s bookshelf.

1 comment:

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