Recognising, understanding and applying the healing power of plants

Do plants have a soul? This has been and still is the subject of widespread scientific debate. Various cultures report that they do.

Plants are the most important food sources of all. They are also a gift of nature to humankind in their radiance. Experience their inexhaustible healing power. Most people have now realised how vital it is to live harmoniously with nature.

Healthcare costs have skyrocketed all around us. And at a rapid pace. In many places, healthcare systems are almost collapsing. However, the many reasons for this are different from the subject of this article. Instead, the aim is to draw attention to self-knowledge or self-responsibility. Harness the help available from nature.

For example, “herbal mother tinctures”. It is not only those who know, love and trust themselves who will find the right medicinal plant. Another aspect is appropriate support depending on complaints and phases of life. Emulating descriptions of mother tinctures. Specialists in pharmacies that stock mother tinctures also provide advice and help. The Swiss remedy company Ceres produces aqueous-alcoholic tinctures from around 60 medicinal plants. Ceres mother tinctures work with the plant's essence in the old-fashioned way. This is because the aim is to unite the plants' material and immaterial active principles. This medicinal product has taken a “new” approach to production.

Samuel Hahnemann, the first homoeopath, specified the processing of medicinal plants into mother tinctures. The plants were cut by hand, pounded in a mortar and triturated. The juice stabilises with ethyl alcohol. Advancing technologies then replaced this traditional craft. Yet, the focus was primarily on active ingredients. High production and financial and time savings meant mother tinctures became less effective. For example, dosages increased from 3 x 5 drops to 3 x 20 or more per day. The necessary quality and essence are expressed through the purity of odour.
Moreover, the taste represents the active principle. What is relevant, therefore, could be more enjoyment despite saving time. As is the case with food processing, but rather, it is the immediate effect. Without inner quality, the mother tincture lacks the plant's essence. Essential healing factors can be lost. Therefore, the production of herbal ingredients following their nature had to be re-established. It takes time to develop this quality. To this end, only a few mother tincture manufacturers have established themselves on the market. The quality guidelines of pharmaceutical authorities and science are fully complied with. It includes documentation, production facilities and raw materials. They only use high-quality raw materials from organic cultivation wherever possible. The plants are grounded in closed systems without acceleration technologies. In addition, the finished mother tinctures are stored for maturation. Care and love for the medicinal plants should prevail in all process stages. The latter is the most essential mark of quality. They are fostering an indispensable human connection with medicinal plants.

Lavender mother tincture (Lavandula angustifolia) describes the plant's essence as transcendent and purifying.

Ein Bild, das Pflanze, draußen, lila, Tausendgüldenkraut enthält.

Automatisch generierte Beschreibung

(Image: a lavender flower photographed in Switzerland in November 2023. Unfortunately, lavenders are cut too early in many places. The cuts don't heal as well in the cold. Because the plant only starts to flower in early summer, it can be cut in spring)

How has the “soul plant” lavender been understood for centuries? The botanical name comes from the Latin “lavare” = to wash. However, this cleansing is primarily to be understood on a spiritual level. The purifying effect of lavender on the soul calms the nerves. It is easier to accept life situations and strengthens readiness for new challenges. Personal self-assessment is strengthened.

The mother tincture Lavandula calms the vegetative nervous system and causes sleep disorders. It is also used for nervous and gastrointestinal complaints and general restlessness.

Another example is the rosemary mother tincture “Rosmarinus officinalis”

Ein Bild, das Baum, Blume, Rosmarin, draußen enthält.

Automatisch generierte Beschreibung

(Image: November 2023. Rosemary bushes in sheltered locations have flowered due to warm temperatures in October).

Rosemary is indispensable in the kitchen and is also a medicinal plant.

Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) has enthusiasm and warmth. The mother tincture stimulates the blood circulation and is energising. In short, rosemary strengthens the joy of life.

Rosemary mother tincture is also used to treat rheumatism. Also, functional upper abdominal complaints, thanks to its antispasmodic and circulation-promoting. Not least, it has anti-bloating and gastric secretion-promoting effects.

Many ailments can be cured with plant tinctures. It takes time, patience and the necessary discipline.

Consult a specialist if there is still no improvement and the symptoms are severe.

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