Indications For the Use of Homeopathic Flower Remedies:(Alphabetically listed by Common Plant Name)


For those who conceal deep troubles behind a cheerful care-free mask,
and rarely wish to impose their personal problems on others. Easily
distressed by arguments, they will “give in” just to achieve a peaceful
solution. They often turn to alcohol and drugs to escape their pain.


For those troubled by unknown vague fears, anxiety, foreboding, and apprehension.


For those who are hyper-critical, and easily annoyed by the habits,
idiosyncrasies, and differences of others.


For those who have difficulty saying no, often denying their own needs
for the sake of others. Those who are easily exploited.


For those lacking confidence in their ability to make decisions, too
often turning to others for advice.


For fear of losing control of thoughts or actions, or doing something
impulsively which is known to be wrong.


For those who repeatedly make the same mistakes and are unable to learn
from past experience. They often repeat negative patterns of behavior,
and/or relationships.


For those who are possessive, feeling they know what is best for
those close to them. They often do not feel fully appreciated and
consider it the duty of those they care for to be devoted, and to
stay in close contact with them.


For those who are dreamy, drowsy, and lack concentration. Their thoughts
are rarely in the present. They often withdraw into a fantasy world
to escape present unhappiness.


For those with a poor self-image who are ashamed of their physical condition
and or appearance. For feelings of shame over having been personally
violated, or for the fear of being, or having been, contaminated. Those
who are compulsive regarding cleanliness even to the extreme.


For those engaged in tasks which seem too difficult to complete. Those
who are temporarily overwhelmed and burdened by their responsibilities.


For those easily discouraged by small delays and hindrances that cause
hesitation and self-doubt. They often find it difficult to pick up
and start over again. For the pessimist who tends to make “mountains
out of molehills.”


For feelings of hopelessness and despair.


For those who seek the company of any who will listen to their troubles. Over-talkative,
they tend to steer conversations back to their own problems and are
reluctant to discontinue talking even when the listener has to leave.


For those who are jealous, suspicious, and untrusting of other people’s
intentions. They can be spiteful, and may find themselves lacking
warmth and compassion toward others.


For those who dwell in memories of the past, on lost loved ones, or
unfulfilled ambitions. Often reminiscing about the good old days
wishing life could be lived over again as it was.


For fatigue and tiredness often due to boredom or procrastination. For
that “Monday morning” feeling. Those who feel the need to be strengthened,
mentally or physically, yet once activities are begun tiredness is
no longer an issue.


For difficulties arising from a hurried life-style. For quick decision-makers, always rushing from one place to another. For those who are impatient and irritable when dealing with those slower
than themselves. They often prefer working alone as others have difficulty
keeping up with their pace.


For those who lack self-confidence in their ability to succeed, feeling
they cannot do as well, or are not as good, as others. When expectations
of failure lead to insufficient attempts to succeed.


For those with specific and known fears, for example, fear of the
dark, of heights, of water etc.


For gloom and deep despair that comes and goes for no known reason. For
those overshadowed by a dark cloud.


Workaholics. For those who can always be depended upon to complete a
task regardless of the challenge. Those who dedicate themselves to
the grinding routine of daily work, often neglecting their own needs
and the needs of those close to them.


For mental and physical exhaustion as a result of having gone through
an illness or personal ordeal.


Perfectionists. For those who are their own worst critic, rarely
content with their own accomplishments. Out of guilt they may also
blame themselves for the mistakes and shortcoming of others as if
they were their own.


For those who worry excessively over the health and safety of friends and family, often anticipating the worst may happen to them.


For panic, hysteria, or feelings of terror and fright. For those
troubled by nightmares.


For those who are too hard on themselves, feeling they have a mission
or duty in life to conform and live up to. In strict adherence to
a religious belief or lifestyle, they may deny themselves life’s pleasures
in order to set an example for others.


For uncertainty and hesitation. For those caught between choices
unable to decide between one thing and another.


For past or present traumas not fully recovered from, for example, accidents, surgery,
or personal loss.


For those who have reached the limits of their endurance. When mental
anguish or the burden of life is more than they can bear.


For difficulties arising from the over-enthusiastic, high-strung personality. For those with strong opinions, who feel they are always right, and who often attempt to convert others to their way of thinking. They are easily incensed by injustices, and can be tense, up-tight, and difficult to be around.


For difficulties arising from the over-bearing, domineering and tyrannical personality. When balanced, they can be “born leaders” who are strong-willed, confident, and self-assured.


For those experiencing periods of transition and change. Helps ease
the process of adapting to new environments; circumstances. This
includes but is not limited to letting go of: unworkable relationships,
tenuous work situations, uncomfortable living conditions; and
adjusting to new beginnings related to the same.


Private people who appear aloof, remote, and unapproachable. As a
result, they can be lonely, finding it difficult to make friends and
develop close relationships.


For unwanted thoughts and mental arguments that continuously play
in the mind like a broken record. This can distract one from concentrating
on the task at hand, and can often lead to restlessness and an inability to fall asleep.


For those who are dissatisfied with their current career, and would
like to do something else with their life, but cannot decide what
direction to take or career to choose.


For those who have become indifferent and apathetic toward life, and who
are resigned to their present situation, making little effort to change
or improve it.


For those who have become resentful and bitter, who feel through no
fault of their own they have been treated unjustly in some circumstance
or situation. They may also feel that, despite all they’ve done,
their best efforts have gone unnoticed and unrewarded, while others
less deserving have gained.

Stress-Relieving Formula: a combination of 5 of the above flower remedies, and can be found manufactured under the various brand names: Calming EssenceTM, Rescue Remedy®, and Five Flower FormulaTM. It is used to ease stress in difficult situations and is available in both liquid and cream form.

The Stress-Relieving Formula can be used in liquid form to ease stress in tense situations, such as: taking exams, public speaking, job interviews, stressful home or work environments, in accidents, or in times of unexpected distress.

This formula in cream form can be applied to reduce the pain and swelling from minor: bumps, scrapes, bruises, burns, cuts, inflammations, sprains, muscle stiffness and soreness, chapped lips, and insect bites.

Pain or physical discomfort can often be accompanied by emotional stress. When this occurs, this formula in liquid form can be helpful used in conjunction with the topical application of the cream.

NOTE: This formula is not meant to take the place of emergency medical treatment. In serious conditions or situations requiring medical attention, a physician should be notified immediately.

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Written by Leslie J. Kaslof

Explore Wellness in 2021