Used for being intolerant and hypercritical of others. People who need Beech feel compelled to control their environment, they feel the world, and others, as intruding upon their space. Because of this they are often unable to show compassion and can see little beauty, kindness or justice in life. More...
Negative emotion causing unhappiness:
Intolerance / Arrogance / Judgmental
Positive emotion encouraged by the Essence:
Tolerance / Leniency / Understanding
10ml or large 30ml dropper bottle.
No VAT (tax) added.
As a Special Order we are able to preserve your Essences in alcohol-free vegetable glycerine. See details...
How to use our Essences
- Our Bach Flower Essences can be used in the following 3 ways:
Mix a large dropper dosage bottle (30ml or 50ml) with spring water and your chosen preservative (e.g. 2 teaspoons of brandy, or at least 50% apple cider vinegar or vegetable glycerine).
Add to that 2-4 drops of each of your chosen mix of Flower Essences.
Take 7 drops 3 times daily until bottle is finished.
Store bottle in a cool, dry place.
Note: if not preserved in alcohol it will have a much shorter shelf life of around 2-3 weeks, depending on the quantity of preservative used. It is recommended that you store the dosage bottle in the fridge and avoid touching the glass part of the dropper (by hand or mouth), to keep it clean.
Put 2 drops in a small glass of water and sip, as required.
Put 2 drops under tongue, as required.
Follow instructions on product label / use as advised by your qualified Flower Essence Practitioner.
Each 10ml bottle holds approximately 220 drops. Therefore each 10ml bottle could make between 55 x 50ml dosage bottles and 110 x 30ml dosage bottles.
Brandy (23% ABV) and water infusion of the energy signature of Fagus sylvatica.
Shake lightly before use.
Store away from heat and light and below 77f.
Energy per 100ml: 540kj 123kcal
Contains negligible amounts of proteins, fats, saturates, carbohydrate, sugar and salt.
No artificial ingredients.
M.E.T. made with high quality Organic French brandy.