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37 Wild Rose, Rosa canina

Guiding principle:
INSUFFICIENT INTEREST IN PRESENT CIRCUMSTANCES - Apathy, resignation

About this herb:
Scientific name: Rosa canina
Description: The Wild Rose is a deciduous hardy thorny shrub ranging in height from 4-12 feet. It prefers sunny hedges, stony slopes or the edge of the woods. The sweet-smelling blossoms are white to light or dark pink and have five heart-shaped petals. It blooms from June to August.

The aims of this flower essence:
One has given up, has no hopes and becomes indifferent.

Dr. Bach wrote:
Those who without apparently sufficient reason become resigned to all that happens, and just glide through life, take it as it is, without any effort to improve things and find some joy. They have surrendered to the struggle of life without complaint.   (The 12 Healers and other remedies, 1936)


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