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6 Cherry Plum, Prunus cerasifera

Guiding principle:
FEAR - Fear of going insane, fear of mind giving away.

About this herb:
Scientific name: Prunus cerasifera
Description: The cherry plum originated in Eastern Europe. It is tree that often grows like a bush, reaching a height up to 40 feet. Often planted as a (cut) hedge (above all in England). The shape of the leaves is oval and serrated; the flowers are shining white and five-petaled. It blooms between February and April, before the leaves open.

The aims of this flower essence:
It is difficult to distance oneself from something. One has worries about emotional knee-jerk reactions, an uncontrolled temperament. One worries about losing control. One worries about losing oneĀ“s mind.

Dr. Bach wrote:
Fear of the mind being over-strained, of reason giving way, of doing fearful and dreaded things, not wished and known wrong, yet there comes the thought and impulse to do them. The 12 Healers and other remedies Fear of the mind being over-strained, of reason giving way, of doing fearful and dreaded things, not wished and known wrong, yet there comes the thought and impulse to do them. (The 12 Healers and other remedies 1936)


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