Product DescriptionPROPERTIES AND USES: This herb is for a person who is experiencing the condtion of “hopelessness”.
COMMON NAMES: Gorse.
PARTS USED: Flower essence.
BODILY INFLUENCES: This remedy as given during the first half of the 20th century by Dr. Edward Bach, the renowned English physician and homoeopath (practitioner of the science of “like cures like”), is a remedy, from the wild flowers of the hardy Gorse bush, for a person who is experiencing the condition of “hopelessness”. Dr. Bach assures, that a person who takes the remedy faithfully will, one day, no longer need it.
DOSAGE: Take three drops on or under the tongue four times per day. Take faithfully, even when the “hopeless” feeling is not there at the moment, and take until it is certain the remedy is no longer necessary. In times of emergency, if the feeling of “hopelessness” is intense put 12 drops in a cup of water and sip slowly until the feeling lifts.
The information above is provided by The Center for Building Better Health Naturally, Inc. This information is about historical observations and historical information relating to herbs. It is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice by licensed physicians. A person should consult a physician regularly in all matters relating to medical problems, especially in matters of diagnosing, treating or curing diseases or other physical or mental conditions. This information has not been verified by the American Medical Association or the Food and Drug Administration.