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CHESTNUT BUD [Bach Flower Remedy]
Started by: Jayashree at October 6 2006

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CHESTNUT BUD [Bach Flower Remedy] By: Jayashree
Calcutta, India
October 6 2006

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In this state there is a failure to learn from the past. One cannot coordinate inner thought with outer reality. It produces MIGRAINES AND ULCERS because the person keeps entering into the same arguments with the same types of personalities and never sees that the same conflicts keep arising. Distancing oneself from the conflict long enough to look at it is usually helpful enough to change it. The remedy is good for young children to enhance learning capacity. The remedy belongs to the group INSUFFICIENT INTEREST IN PRESENT CIRCUMSTANCES, along with CLEMATIS, HONEYSUCKLE, WILD ROSE, WHITE CHESTNUT, AND OLIVE. It can be used in situations of HYPERACTIVITY, ADD, IMPULSIVE BEHAVIOR, ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR, and RECKLESSNESS. One may put oneself and others in physical danger because of a lack of regard for physical needs. The remedy coaxes the mind into restful consciousness. One experiences absentmindedness and inability to focus on learning factual material and understanding moral issues. The person lacks depth and integrity and is not readily socialized or interested in rules. Unreasonable behavior, instability, and defiance abound in this personality.

Jayashree Kanoi

February 9 2008
Dear Sir,
I can get the subject remedy in Homeopathy. Please advise the name and also advise, will the function remedy in Homeo potiency will be same. Thanks

This is God who bless Life & health but no one else

Re: CHESTNUT BUD By: girilal
New Jersey USA
February 9 2008
It is a bach flower remedy.


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