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Five Flowers Essence - Bach Flower Drops according to the original recipe (without alcohol)
These 5 flower essences have been combined according to the original recipe of Edward Bach for the Bach Flower Drops by Unimedica: Rock Rose (Yellow Sunflower), Clematis (White Wood Vine), Impatiens (Glandular Horseweed), Cherry Plum (Cherry Plum) and Star of Bethlehem (Golden Milk Star).
The special feature of Bach Flower Five Flowers Essence by Unimedica is that, unlike the original recipe for the flower extracts, no alcohol is used.
Without the following additives:
Bach Flower Five Flowers Essence by Unimedica are, according to legal requirements, free of preservatives, further without additives such as dyes, stabilizers, separating agents such as magnesium stearate, without genetic engineering as well as alcohol-free.
Water, vegetable glycerin, Bach flowers in equal parts: Rock Rose, Clematis, Impatiens, Cherry Plum and Star of Bethlehem.
A composition of 5 flower essences
The Five Flowers Essence by Unimedica contains the plant power of the following flowers for emotional support in emotionally challenging situations.
Rock Rose, or Yellow Sunflower, belongs to the cistus family. This species has bright yellow flowers that glow kindly like small suns and have an aromatic fragrance. This small rose with crinkly petals copes well with heat and belongs to the so-called light indicators.
Clematis, or woodland vine, belongs to the buttercup family. The fast-growing, hardy vine plant sprouts beautiful large flowers. There are over 300 Clematis species. For the Five Flowers essence, the white Clematis, which is relevant for the Bach Flowers, was used.
Impatiens or glandular touch-me-not is a large-flowered touch-me-not native to India. The decorative flowers, usually pink in this country, have given the thirsty balsamine plant a place in many gardens. The abundantly produced flower nectar contains 48% sugar.
Star of Bethlehem or Doldiger milk star belongs to the family of asparagus. The white, star-shaped flowering plant is quite common in Germany. It can reproduce by bulbs and seeds, and the bulbs are poisonous.
Cherry Plum or Cherry Plum originates from the Balkans and Central and Asia Minor and is very hardy and winter hardy. The tree with its multi-stemmed crown blooms white. In summer, the plant from the rose family forms small, sweet and sour fruits.
- Order number: SW10125