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Scleranthus: Keywords for this remedy are indecisiveness, “can't make up your mind“, flightiness, rage, unhappiness, inconsistency, instability, inner turmoil, erratic and unreliable behavior, fickle-minded, and lack of concentration. There are certain kinds of people who face trouble while making up their...

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Magical Uses of Herbs For Money, Wealth And More

In part-1 of this series I already described the magical uses of 11 herbs. In today’s article, I will talk about some more magical...

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Bach Flower Remedies

White Chestnut Calm Down Persistent and Endless Thoughts

White Chestnut Bach Flower Calm Down Persistent and Endless Thoughts
White Chestnut: Keywords for this remedy are tyrannized by mental arguments, compulsive thoughts, fixations and mental and emotional overstimulation, and mental torture.  White Chestnut calms...

Heather Control Over Talkative Chatterbox | Attention Seekers

Heather: Keywords for this remedy are Over-talkativeness, Chatterbox types, Attention seekers, Fear of being alone, Self-obsession, Self-centeredness, Self-concerned, showing off, need for recognition, rage, and...

Beech Cures Superiority Intolerant Blaming Others & Strictness in Behavior

Beech: Keywords for the people who need this remedy are strict, intolerance, controlling, self-absorption, anger, fight, rage, worry, indecisiveness, over-conscious of order, and discipline. There...