BACH FLOWER REMEDIES

Sweet Chestnut Sweet Chestnut

20ML LIQUID

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Sweet Chestnut (Castanea Sativa)

Sweet Chestnut is for agonising mental anguish, described by Dr Bach as 'the hopeless despair of those who feel they have reached the limit of their endurance.' It may take the form of intense sorrow, sufferers can feel almost destroyed by it. Dejection is accompanied by a sense of loneliness and the feeling that the future is bleak and utterly hopeless.

People in need of Sweet Chestnut may feel on the point of nervous breakdown, though not suicidal. There may be the feeling that God has forsaken them.

This state may follow a bereavement, or years of difficulty, suffered bravely and uncomplainingly.

The positive potential of Sweet Chestnut is liberation from despair and despondency. Though external circumstances may not have changed, they can now be faced with optimism and peace of mind. This may be aided by the discovery or recovery of faith in a higher power and a sense of inner support.

Dilute two drops in a glass of water and sip at intervals. Replenish as neccessary

For multiple use, add two drops to a 30ml mixing bottle (you may combine up to seven remedies in this bottle), top up with mineral water and take four drops at least four times a day.

If neccessary, the Bach Original Flower Remedies can be dropped neat onto the tongue, or rubbed onto the lips, behind the ears, or on the temples and wrists.

You can take Bach Original Flower Remedies as often as you want. If you are in a mood or a bit of a crisis, you only may need one dose, but if you've been feeling the same way for some time you can take them as long as you need to.

Sweet Chestnut (Castanea Sativa)

Sweet Chestnut is for agonising mental anguish, described by Dr Bach as 'the hopeless despair of those who feel they have reached the limit of their endurance.' It may take the form of intense sorrow, sufferers can feel almost destroyed by it. Dejection is accompanied by a sense of loneliness and the feeling that the future is bleak and utterly hopeless.

People in need of Sweet Chestnut may feel on the point of nervous breakdown, though not suicidal. There may be the feeling that God has forsaken them.

This state may follow a bereavement, or years of difficulty, suffered bravely and uncomplainingly.

The positive potential of Sweet Chestnut is liberation from despair and despondency. Though external circumstances may not have changed, they can now be faced with optimism and peace of mind. This may be aided by the discovery or recovery of faith in a higher power and a sense of inner support.

Dilute two drops in a glass of water and sip at intervals. Replenish as neccessary

For multiple use, add two drops to a 30ml mixing bottle (you may combine up to seven remedies in this bottle), top up with mineral water and take four drops at least four times a day.

If neccessary, the Bach Original Flower Remedies can be dropped neat onto the tongue, or rubbed onto the lips, behind the ears, or on the temples and wrists.

You can take Bach Original Flower Remedies as often as you want. If you are in a mood or a bit of a crisis, you only may need one dose, but if you've been feeling the same way for some time you can take them as long as you need to.