Madeleine Meuwessen

NURSE HERBS - Tanacetum parthenium

Motherwort - Tanacetum partheniumfeverfew
Everything used to be better.

Motherhood people live more in the past than in the present.
They live with thinking and feeling in the past, while their bodies are in the present. As a result of this 'split personality', they may use only a fraction of their mental potential.
While daydreaming, they prefer to indulge in fine experiences. This makes it difficult for them to concentrate on their work, as their thoughts keep wandering to "those good old days".
This can create frustration or even anger about living in the here and now.
Daydreaming relies on an actual lived event.
At first, the symptoms do not seem so dramatic, however, your consciousness may often dwell in the past so that you cannot find your way in the present. Your gaze is regularly directed backwards, the future offers no perspective and you become numb emotionally. You behave like a phantom, which may be there but does not really take part in life desiringly.
It may be that you grieve over missed opportunities in life and have unfulfilled desires and expectations, or wistfully observe that one has done things the way one has done them. And that if given the chance, you would have done certain things in your life differently.
These emotions can also arise after a move, when you lose a loved one, the children leave the door (empty nest syndrome), after a divorce from a partner you are not yet detached from, or upon retirement.
A characteristic can also be you almost only want to listen to music from a certain period.
But what can also happen, seemingly out of the blue: You have had a wonderful holiday and coming home you feel miserable. You wonder what's wrong. After such a wonderful holiday, shouldn't you feel fine and full of energy? Most likely, you have only homesick for the holidays.
The flower remedy Mayflower has a relationship with the lung meridian so with the organ Lung.
Physically, this can manifest itself in having stitches in the left breast area, that your bra feels too tight, you experience a feeling of nausea. In addition, it can manifest as feeling tired and drained and sadness.

Madeleine Meuwessen
*Bloom remedies are no substitute for medication. Please note that in case of doubt you should always consult a doctor.

Use of Blossom Remedies

The most important thing with blossom remedies is the frequency of intake. Blossom remedies are best taken as often as possible in a day with the golden guideline being; 4 to 6 times a day, with 4 drops at a time from the dispensing bottle. To use blossom remedies and a user bottle, here are the simple steps; take a clean and unused 30ml pipette bottle. First, fill the pipette bottle with spring water. After this, add one teaspoon of brandy as a preservative, then add the blossom remedies.

Take the stock bottle or stock bottles of the chosen blossom remedies and put 3 drops of each into the 30ml. pipette bottle. A second golden guideline is; 1 drop from the stock bottle(s) to 10ml of spring water. There is no need to shake the bottle before use as it only contains the vibrations of the plants and has no actual material content.

Then take 4 drops from the user bottle and drip it under the tongue. If you touch the dropper with the tongue, mould may develop in the bottle. Repeat taking the blossom remedies at least 4 to 6 times a day.

Flower remedies are not a substitute for medication and do not replace doctors or medical specialists. Please note that in case of doubt you should always consult a doctor.