We recommend our Combination Formulas:
Assists where there are feelings of melancholy, gloom, despondency and hopeless despair – for those who feel as though there is a cloud across their sun. Promotes a sense of emotional calm, enthusiasm and general emotional wellbeing. Heightens the sense of joy and interest in life.
Stress, Exhaustion & Burnout Formula
For symptoms of exhaustion, burnout, mental and physical fatigue and exhaustion after prolonged stress. Assists with feelings of being overwhelmed, low energy levels, exhaustion and burnout. Improves adrenal function and the ability to cope with and respond to everyday stress…
This bestselling formula helps to relieve emotional and physical symptoms associated with anxiety, panic and trauma. Use in any emergency or highly stressful or emotionally charged situation. Can be used for an immediate calming effect in any stressful or traumatic situation.
Grief, Shock & Trauma Formula
This formula is an electromagnetic solution of vibrational remedies known to help ease shock and grief after loss of love, heartbreak, tragedy, retrenchment. Also assists during periods of bereavement and loss, such as moving home, immigration, etc. Promotes and encourages emotional healing after any type of loss, trauma or disappointment.
For a suggested single remedy that describes your symptoms choose from below – or go to our Combination formulas for an easy-to-choose option
Agrimony – Suffers in silence, hides emotional distress and turmoil behind a brave face. Does not want others to know of their suffering. Internal torture. Cannot bear confrontation or upset of any kind.
Aspen – Fears of unknown origin which sufferer cannot speak of because it is difficult to explain. Fears that are not clearly understood or recognised. Feels a sense of apprehension or foreboding. Typical fears of young children.
Beech – Intolerant. Critical. Passes judgements. Lacks humility. Nothing is right. Lacks understanding and sees only the worst in others.
Centaury – Weak-willed. Too easily influenced and willing to serve. Submissive. Imprudent in giving to others. Helpful after a prolonged illness.
Cerato – Knows his own mind and can make decisions but there is distrust of self. Doubts own ability. Seeks confirmation, advice or reassurance from others. Foolish. Talkative. Has definite opinions. Persistent questioning.
Cherry Plum – Fear of death. Fear of losing mental control and of doing frightful things. On the verge of a nervous breakdown – suicidal, depressed.
Chestnut Bud – Fails to learn from experience. Lacks observation. Needs repetition. Tends to forget the past.
Chicory – Possessiveness. Self-love. Self-pity. Tyrants. Always correcting others. Emotional toxicity.
Clematis – Day-dreamer. Inattentive and indifferent. Pre-occupied with thoughts rather than actions. Reflects constantly on fantasies and finds it hard to come down to earth. Escapes reality. Apathetic. Mediumistic. Heavy sleepers.
Crab Apple – Self-disgust. Self-condemnation. Just don’t like themselves. Cleanser. Despair. Over-concentration on trivia/unimportant details. Despondency. Restores a sense of proportion.
Elm – Occasional feelings of inadequacy. Exhaustion from over-striving for perfection. Excessive ambition and enthusiasm. Responsibility is proving too weighty and inadequacy is creeping in.
Gentian – Doubt, despondency, discouragement. Negative outlook. Refuse to believe their own lack of faith. Easily discouraged. First stage of hopelessness.
Gorse – Hopeless despair. Lost heart. Good in long illness. Feels incurable and that suffering is inevitable. ‘I’ll try it, but what’s the use?’ Needs sunshine. Intermediate state of hopelessness.
Heather – Self-centred. Self concern. Poor listeners. Need to talk – about ailments, self, trivia.
Holly – Hatred, envy, jealousy, suspicion. For all that is not love. Insecurity. Aggression worse from hatred.
Honeysuckle – Mind is enslaved by the past whether memories are of happier days or full of regrets and sorrow. Nostalgic. Homesick. Removes regrets and sorrows.
Hornbeam – Tiredness, weariness. Mental and physical exhaustion. Can’t face the day. Doubts ability yet finds the strength to carry on. Gives backbone.
Impatiens – Impatience, irritability, extreme mental tension. Prefers to work alone and does not like to be hindered by others who are slow. Active, nervous, does everything quickly. Seems to be in a race.
Larch – Lack of confidence. Expects to fail and therefore makes no attempt. Feels less capable than others. False modesty in admiration of others.
Mimulus – Fears of a known origin. Fears and anxiety about all the hazards of difficulties of everyday life. Fear of any definite thing or situation. Shy. Hides anxieties. Afraid or nervous of demanding situations.
Mustard – Black depression. Melancholy. Gloom. Hopeless despair for no reason. All thoughts are of self. A cloud across their sun.
Oak – Despairing yet never ceases efforts. Inner strength is beginning to fade yet still gets on with life. Courageous and does not mind that others know of their trials. Discontent from poor health interfering with work. Reliable. Dependable. Likes to help others. Restores the natural fighting spirit.
Olive – Complete exhaustion. Mental fatigue. Long-suffering under adverse conditions. Mind and body are utterly weary and drained. Everything is an effort. Helpful in convalescence.
Pine – Self reproach. Feelings of guilt. Never content with achievements. Too humble and apologetic. Feels guilty for own errors and is even prepared to blame self for others’ mistakes.
Red Chestnut – Excessive fear. Anxiety for others. Fears the worst and anticipates others’ misfortunes.
Rescue Remedy (a mix of Cherry Plum, Clematis, Impatiens, Rock Rose, Star of Bethlehem) – Use for any kind of emergency.
Rock Rose – Terror. Panic. Extreme fright. Frightened for others who are sick or injured.
Rock Water – Self-repression. Self-denial. Martyrdom. Strong opinions. Strict. Sense of spiritual pride. Hard task-masters. Scrupulous.
Scleranthus – Uncertain, indecisive, hesitant. In two minds. Finds it difficult to say yes or no. Cannot choose or make decisions. Swayed between two things or possibilities. Experiences extremes. Unreliable.
Star of Bethlehem – After-effects of physical or mental shock. Trauma and suppressed trauma. Ailments with no apparent cause.
Sweet Chestnut – Extreme mental anguish. Hopeless despair at limit of endurance. Utter despair and anguish. Feels utterly alone.
Vervain – Strain, stress, tension, over-enthusiasm, over-effort. Will is too strong for body and the person ‘lives on their nerves’. Time seems to be working against you. Feels tense and frustrated. Strong opinion imposed on others.
Vine – Dominating, forceful, ambitious, efficient, strong-willed. Quick-thinkers in emergency. Like to lay down the law and want things done their way. No desire to convert others, just expect obedience.
Walnut – Need to break free from past influences but unable to adjust to new surroundings or conditions of life. Helps with change and to move on. Oversensitive to ideas and influences. Definite ideals and ambitions, yet can be swayed by stronger personality.
Water Violet – Proud, quiet, gentle. Great inner peace and serenity. Shows little emotion and prefers not to become involved in the affairs of others. Goes their own way. Aloof. Bears grief in silence. Condescending.
White Chestnut – Persistent unwanted thoughts; mental arguments and internal conversation. Insomnia from thoughts. Obsession.
Wild Oat – Uncertainty, despondency, dissatisfaction. Talented. Definite characters. Uncertain of how to proceed. Never knows what he wants.
Wild Rose – Resignation. Apathetic with no set ambition. Does not complain. Believes in fate and accepts his lot in life. No joy or pleasures. Surrenders to ‘life as a struggle’. Makes little effort. Believes if it’s going to happen, it will happen.
Willow – Resentment, bitterness. Blames everyone but himself for everything. Feels life has been very unfair. Feels unjustly singled out. Has a chip on his shoulder because life has treated him badly. Takes without giving. Self pity – ‘poor me’.
Over-concentration on trivia/unimportant details. Despondency. Restores a sense of proportion. has a bee in a bonnet. fussy. House proud. Has trivial thoughts. Feels mentally and physically unclean. May have said or done something contrary to true nature. this is the cleansing remedy for mind and body. Will help the person to see things in the correct perspective and be acceptable again to oneself.
Doubt, despondency, discouragement. Negative outlook. Refuse to believe their own lack of faith. Easily discouraged. First stage of hopelessness. Failure to comprehend one’s own negativity attracts these conditions of despondency and melancholy. Discouraged when things go wrong or there are difficulties. Negative outlook. Despondent setbacks from a known cause. Remedy to help discouraged school children. Refusal to believe that it is one’s understanding that overcomes problems.
Mind is enslaved by the past whether memories are of happier days or full of regrets and sorrow. Nostalgic. Homesick. Person lives in the past. Has regrets. In looking back, there is fear of what lies ahead. Can lose interest in present. This remedy removes regrets and sorrows.