Fields of Flowers

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Fields of Flowers, a homeopathic formula, is a unique combination of the 38 traditional flower essences each one long associated with a key element of emotional concern. It is one of the most popular remedies in the Energetix line. Many practitioners find that addressing the emotional state of the patient is an essential component of their healing strategy and of the patient’s general well-being.

For symptoms such as fear, despair, anxiety, depression, compulsiveness, worry, despondency, intolerance, withdrawal, irritability, aggressiveness, impatience, obsessiveness, and apathy.

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Energetix's Fields of Flowers, a homeopathic formula, is a unique combination of the 38 traditional flower essences, each one long associated with a key element of emotional concern. It is one of the most popular remedies in the Energetix line. Many practitioners find that addressing the emotional state of the patient is an essential component of their healing strategy and of the patient’s general well- being. For symptoms such as fear, despair, anxiety, depression, compulsiveness, worry, despondency, intolerance, withdrawal, irritability, aggressiveness, impatience, obsessiveness, and apathy.

06010 Fields of Flowers r07-14 flatAesculus carnea, flos 30C (Red Chestnut)
Fearfulness for others, worry.1(p1641)

Aesculus hippocastanum, flos 30C (Chestnut Bud)
Restlessness, impulsiveness, absentmindedness, defiance, an inability to learn from experiences.1(p527-28)

Aesculus hippocastanum 30C (White Chestnut)
Mental preoccupation and worry; compulsiveness; unwanted, fixated, and persistent thought patterns.1(p2047)

Agrimonia eupatoria, flos 30C (Agrimony)
Anxiety masked by cheerfulness.1(p72)

Bromus ramosus, flos 30C (Wild Oat)
Lack of motivation.1(p2048)

Calluna vulgaris, flos 30C (Heather)
Self-centeredness, attention seeking, hypochondriasis.1(p890)

Carpinus betulus, flos 30C (Hornbeam)
Lethargy in mind or body, boredom, frustration, irritability.1(p932)

Castanea sativa, flos 30C (Sweet Chestnut)
Anguish, despair, despondency.1(p1881)

Centaurium umbellatum, flos 30C (Centaury)
Being overly influenced by the needs and concerns of others, weakness of self-will.1(p506)

Ceratostigma willmottiananum, flos 30C (Cerato)
Lack of self-esteem, indecisiveness, self- doubt.1(p508)

Cichorium intybus, flos 30C (Chicory)
Self-pity, neediness, concern to be center of attention.1(p528)

Clematis vitalba, flos 30C (Clematis)
The tendency to daydream about the future and disregarding the present, delusions, absentmindedness.1(p588)

Fagus sylvatica, flos 30C (Beech)
Intolerance, critical and judgmental, sense of superiority.1(p318)

Gentianella amarella, flos 30C (Gentian)
Discouragement, inability to persevere, unable to overcome setbacks.1(p842)

Helianthemum nummularium, flos 30C (Rock Rose)
Acute anxiety, fearfulness, agitation, helplessness.1(p1676)

Hottonia palustris, flos 30C (Water Violet)
Isolation, narcissism, loneliness, insecurity.1(p2046-7)

Ilex aquifolium, flos 30C (Holly)
Irritability, being annoyed easily, agitated, aggressiveness, jealousy, anger.1(p929)

Impatiens glandulifera, flos 30C (Impatiens) Impatience, restlessness, being short-tempered, being driven.1(p980)

Juglans regia, flos 30C (Walnut)
Being overly influenced by impressions and unwanted influences, lack of boundaries, frustration, envy.1(p2046)

Larix decidua, flos 30C (Larch)
Poor self-image, sense on inferiority, lack of confidence.1(p1135-6)

Lonicera caprifolium, flos 30C (Honeysuckle)
Tendency to live in the past, sadness, hopelessness.1(p931)

Malus pumila, flos 30C (Crab Apple)
Preoccupation with appearance or cleanliness, sense of shame about uncleanness of past behaviors, obsessions and compulsiveness with deep shame.1(p654)

Mimulus guttatus, flos 30C (Mimulus)
Constant fear, dread, nervousness.1(p1310)

Olea europaea, flos 30C (Olive)
Mental, emotional, and physical exhaustion; depression; apathy; lethargy.1(p1428)

Ornithogalum umbellatum, flos 30C (Star of Bethlehem)
Despair, despondency, grief, hopelessness.1(p1839)

Pinus sylvestris, flos 30C (Pine)
Guilt, regret, self-reproach, shame.1(p1530)

Populus tremula, flos 30C (Aspen)
Fear about the unknown, anxiety about vague feelings and sensings.1(p264)

Prunus cerasifera, flos 30C (Cherry Plum)
Fear of losing mental balance and control, obsessiveness, compulsiveness, nervousness.1(p527)

Quercus robur, flos 30C (Oak)
The tendency to overwork and avoid rest, exhaustion from over- working.1(p1413)

Salix vitellina, flos 30C (Willow)
Bitterness, disillusionment, depression, self-pity.1(p2049)

Rock Water 30C
Rigidity, self-denial, tendency to be controlling, a loss of the sense of pleasure.1(p1677)

Rosa canina, flos 30C (Wild Rose)
Apathy, resignation, sense of helplessness and powerlessness.1(p2049)

Scleranthus annuus, flos 30C (Scleranthus)
Indecisiveness, vacillation, feeling overwhelmed, mood swings.1(p1743-4)

Sinapis arvensis, flos 30C (Mustard)
Feelings of depression, apathetic about present circumstances, desolation.1(p1330-1)

Ulex europaeus, flos 30C (Gorse)
Deep hopelessness and uncertainty, depair.1(p861)

Ulmus procera, flos 30C (Elm)
Overwhelmed by responsibilities, internal exhaustion.1(p742)

Verbena officinalis, flos 30C (Vervain)
Overly enthusiastic and excitable, hysterical, mood swings.1(p2026)

Vitis vinafera, flos 30C (Vine)
Very controlling with others, inflexibility, being overly ambitious.1(p2036)


References

1. Murphy R. Nature’s Materia Medica, Third Edition. Blacks burg, VA: Lotus Health Institute; 2006.

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06010 Fields of Flowers r07-14 flatAesculus carnea, flos 30C (Red Chestnut)
Fearfulness for others, worry.1(p1641)

Aesculus hippocastanum, flos 30C (Chestnut Bud)
Restlessness, impulsiveness, absentmindedness, defiance, an inability to learn from experiences.1(p527-28)

Aesculus hippocastanum 30C (White Chestnut)
Mental preoccupation and worry; compulsiveness; unwanted, fixated, and persistent thought patterns.1(p2047)

Agrimonia eupatoria, flos 30C (Agrimony)
Anxiety masked by cheerfulness.1(p72)

Bromus ramosus, flos 30C (Wild Oat)
Lack of motivation.1(p2048)

Calluna vulgaris, flos 30C (Heather)
Self-centeredness, attention seeking, hypochondriasis.1(p890)

Carpinus betulus, flos 30C (Hornbeam)
Lethargy in mind or body, boredom, frustration, irritability.1(p932)

Castanea sativa, flos 30C (Sweet Chestnut)
Anguish, despair, despondency.1(p1881)

Centaurium umbellatum, flos 30C (Centaury)
Being overly influenced by the needs and concerns of others, weakness of self-will.1(p506)

Ceratostigma willmottiananum, flos 30C (Cerato)
Lack of self-esteem, indecisiveness, self- doubt.1(p508)

Cichorium intybus, flos 30C (Chicory)
Self-pity, neediness, concern to be center of attention.1(p528)

Clematis vitalba, flos 30C (Clematis)
The tendency to daydream about the future and disregarding the present, delusions, absentmindedness.1(p588)

Fagus sylvatica, flos 30C (Beech)
Intolerance, critical and judgmental, sense of superiority.1(p318)

Gentianella amarella, flos 30C (Gentian)
Discouragement, inability to persevere, unable to overcome setbacks.1(p842)

Helianthemum nummularium, flos 30C (Rock Rose)
Acute anxiety, fearfulness, agitation, helplessness.1(p1676)

Hottonia palustris, flos 30C (Water Violet)
Isolation, narcissism, loneliness, insecurity.1(p2046-7)

Ilex aquifolium, flos 30C (Holly)
Irritability, being annoyed easily, agitated, aggressiveness, jealousy, anger.1(p929)

Impatiens glandulifera, flos 30C (Impatiens) Impatience, restlessness, being short-tempered, being driven.1(p980)

Juglans regia, flos 30C (Walnut)
Being overly influenced by impressions and unwanted influences, lack of boundaries, frustration, envy.1(p2046)

Larix decidua, flos 30C (Larch)
Poor self-image, sense on inferiority, lack of confidence.1(p1135-6)

Lonicera caprifolium, flos 30C (Honeysuckle)
Tendency to live in the past, sadness, hopelessness.1(p931)

Malus pumila, flos 30C (Crab Apple)
Preoccupation with appearance or cleanliness, sense of shame about uncleanness of past behaviors, obsessions and compulsiveness with deep shame.1(p654)

Mimulus guttatus, flos 30C (Mimulus)
Constant fear, dread, nervousness.1(p1310)

Olea europaea, flos 30C (Olive)
Mental, emotional, and physical exhaustion; depression; apathy; lethargy.1(p1428)

Ornithogalum umbellatum, flos 30C (Star of Bethlehem)
Despair, despondency, grief, hopelessness.1(p1839)

Pinus sylvestris, flos 30C (Pine)
Guilt, regret, self-reproach, shame.1(p1530)

Populus tremula, flos 30C (Aspen)
Fear about the unknown, anxiety about vague feelings and sensings.1(p264)

Prunus cerasifera, flos 30C (Cherry Plum)
Fear of losing mental balance and control, obsessiveness, compulsiveness, nervousness.1(p527)

Quercus robur, flos 30C (Oak)
The tendency to overwork and avoid rest, exhaustion from over- working.1(p1413)

Salix vitellina, flos 30C (Willow)
Bitterness, disillusionment, depression, self-pity.1(p2049)

Rock Water 30C
Rigidity, self-denial, tendency to be controlling, a loss of the sense of pleasure.1(p1677)

Rosa canina, flos 30C (Wild Rose)
Apathy, resignation, sense of helplessness and powerlessness.1(p2049)

Scleranthus annuus, flos 30C (Scleranthus)
Indecisiveness, vacillation, feeling overwhelmed, mood swings.1(p1743-4)

Sinapis arvensis, flos 30C (Mustard)
Feelings of depression, apathetic about present circumstances, desolation.1(p1330-1)

Ulex europaeus, flos 30C (Gorse)
Deep hopelessness and uncertainty, depair.1(p861)

Ulmus procera, flos 30C (Elm)
Overwhelmed by responsibilities, internal exhaustion.1(p742)

Verbena officinalis, flos 30C (Vervain)
Overly enthusiastic and excitable, hysterical, mood swings.1(p2026)

Vitis vinafera, flos 30C (Vine)
Very controlling with others, inflexibility, being overly ambitious.1(p2036)


References

1. Murphy R. Nature’s Materia Medica, Third Edition. Blacks burg, VA: Lotus Health Institute; 2006.