Check Pincode Serviceability
Bangalore, Metro cities: 1-3 business days, South India: 4-5 business days, North India: 5-7 business days, North east: 5-12 business days
Outside India: 5-10 business days
Bach flower Honeysuckle Indications: Dwelling too much on memories of the past.
Also known as Lonicera caprifolium.
About Bach Flower Remedy
Dr. EDWARD BACH born in mosely Warwichshire concluded that sickness and diseases were not primarily due to physical causes, but to some deeper harmony within the sufferer himself.
He observed that body loses its natural resistance to diseases and becomes easy prey to any infection or from of illness due to distress in the mind such as fear, worry, anxiety, and importance which depleted the vitality of an individual.
Between 1930 and 1936 He devoted his whole time to the search for harmless remedies amongst the wildflowers of the countryside. He discovered 38 flower Remedies containing healing properties with the help of which the sufferer could again strength to overcome his anxieties, his fears, and depression and so assist in his own heating in a natural way.
Bach Flower Properties
Bach flowers Remedies affect the emotion and correct emotional disharmony, and imbalance in the person, which gave the feeling of physical well-being.
- Only 38 remedies therefore easy remembrance.
- No elaborate head racking study. Easily understood
- Very simple
- Non-habit forming and absolutely without any side effects.
- Can mix up to three medicines and be given for chronic diseases.
- Can be repeated as often as required. Even up to 3-5 times a day as there is no problem of over closing.
- No withdrawal symptoms.
Honeysuckle Bach Flower Remedy: Descriptive Materia Medica
"This is the remedy to remove from the mind the regrets and sorrows of the past, to break all influence, all wishes, all desires of the past and to bring us back into the present." - Edward Bach.
The state of living in the past occurs not only in older people, whose thoughts tend to dwell on the memories of the years gone by and friends and experiences of their younger days but in those of all ages. Especially during times of unhappiness, boredom or sorrow, the mind may go back to a period of great happiness or to the memory of a lost friend or of ambitions which have not been fructified. Then the individual loses all interest in the present and makes no effort to overcome existing difficulties. The body is left to contend with the difficulties of the present whilst the mind lives in the past, so there is a state of stagnation or slowing down of the life forces. It may be called the state of "Lot's wife", the looking backwards with longing, fear or sadness, so becoming "dead" to the present and the interests of life ahead.
Typical examples are the soldier who, after the war, told us he suffered from depression, nervousness and panic and trembled on parade because he could not forget his experiences, in the battle of Crete, and the patient who said "When my husband died, half of me died too." Homesickness and nostalgia are also helped by this remedy, as the patient who wrote: "We have moved into another district: "how I wish we have never moved; I was so happy there."
This Remedy is also useful for those patients who talk about their past illness and symptoms, or the illness of their parents and grandparents or dwell continuously on some accident or the event in their youth that they consider has caused their present illness. It is good for those too, who feel they have made mistakes in their lives and that they will now "live them down," not realizing that the mistakes of the past only serve as a guide to future behaviour and can otherwise be forgotten. Honeysuckle resembles the Clematis state in that those suffering from these two states of mind cannot live fully in the present, but the Clematis people tend to live in dreams and hopes for a brighter future, whilst the Honeysuckle people dwell on past experiences.
This is the positive aspect of Honeysuckle — to retain only the lesson learnt from past experiences and to let the experiences themselves pass out of mind.
Honeysuckle Bach Flower, Cases treated:
Case 1: Mrs F., aged 50. When she was a child, her drunken father threatened to choke her and ever since she had a great fear of choking and suffocation. This had increased in recent years during the climacteric. An X-ray showed no cause for the throat condition. She was a cheerful and kind woman by nature, but still felt resentment towards her father.
Remedies prescribed: Honeysuckle as she was still remembering vividly the events of her childhood, Willow for her resentment towards her father, and Rock Rose for her great fear of suffocation. Three weeks later she reported that she could now swallow without thinking about it and had lost the tight "band" around her throat. The same prescription was repeated three times when Mrs F could say she no longer resented or thought about her childhood and had now no trouble with her throat unless she became overtired. Her friend told her: "I have never seen such a change in anyone before, In such short a time."
Honeysuckle in Bach Flower remedy mixes:
Dosage: 5-10 Drops 3-4 times daily or as directed by a physician.
Presentation: 30ml, 100ml
|Dosage||5-10 Drops 3-4 times day or as directed by physician.|