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33 Walnut, Juglans regia

Guiding principle:
OVER-SENSITIVITY TO INFLUENCES AND IDEAS - Change

About this herb:
Scientific name: Juglans regia
Description: The walnut tree can reach a height of 100 feet. It prefers a protected place, for example by hedges or also in larger gardens. The bark is smooth, in older trees furrowed. The male flower catkins are very numerous and yellowish-green, the small female blossoms are green and bottle-shaped. Both grow on the same tree. It blooms in May.

The aims of this flower essence:
In a phase of an inner new start or a drastic change in the circumstances one is made feel unsure and one starts to be inconsistent.

Dr. Bach wrote:
For those who have definite ideals and ambitions in life and are fulfilling them, but on rare occasions are tempted to be led away from their own ideas, aims and work by the enthusiasm, convictions or strong opinions of others. The remedy gives constancy and protection from outside influences.     (The 12 Healers and other remedies, 1936)


Walnut Walnut

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