Bach flower Clematis:
Bach flower Clematis helps with:
- Living in your own world
- Being distraught and inattentive
- Fleeing to a fantasy world
- Inattentive professor
Content 20 ml
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How long is the treatment?
- You take the Bach flower while your complaint is present. If after some time you have not experienced any improvement, it is advisable to ask for a personal Bach flower mix.
Intake and dosage
- Minimum 4x2 drops per day
- Directly on the tongue or dissolve in water
- When dissolved in water, drink the water at intervals throughout the day
About this mix
- Handmade according to the instructions of Dr. Bach
- Ready to use
- Unique blend of Bach flowers
- Gluten and allergen free
- Ingredients: Water, Bach flower extracts
- Frequently Asked Questions
* Disclaimer: results may vary from person to person and are not based on scientific results.
Group III - Insufficient interest in present circumstances
Active attention for the here and now thanks to Bach flower Clematis
A Clematis-type is often creative and likes to fantasize. The consequence is that the attention for the here and now is missing. Thoughts mainly turn to hopes and dreams for the future. Chances are that the person seems to exist in their own world, causing them not to realize what is happening around them. This type mostly hears without listening, sees without looking, and forgets what was said or told to them.
The Bach flower Clematis can help you when you concentrate poorly or are bored very quickly. This remedy is also recommended when you’re distracted and trying to escape reality.
Clematis is used when you have a habit of losing consciousness, fainting, or you’re in a dazed mood. By taking Clematis, you can clear your mind, which enables you to actively help your own recovery.
What Dr. Bach says about Bach flower Clematis:
This is a remedy for dreamers or sleepy people. For people who don’t have a big interest in life. For quiet people who aren’t really happy in their situation. These people live in the future rather than in the here and now. They are hoping for better times, where their wishes are fulfilled. When these people are ill, they don’t do anything to recover. Sometimes they even wish for death, hoping for more luck or a possible reunion with loved ones who have passed away.
Loosely translated from: The twelve healers and other remedies - Dr. E. Bach
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