Chicory - Unconditional love

Chicory - Cichorium intybus

perennial herbaceous, 30-130 cm tall plant along roads and dumps and it weed populations; nitrogen-loving, bent stems, leaves stem-clasping, below runcinate; flower heads 2 - 4 cm wide, usually bright blue, pale blue, rarely white
Distribution: Europe, America
Flowering time: July, August


Keywords: teaches to love unconditionally, selflessness
Short description: helps when relationships get too tight and one partner clings to the other; when someone abuses love as an instrument of power
Chakra: Sacral Chakra

Chicory's colour indicates the acidity of the soil

The essence

Chicory allows deep, selfless love, regardless of one‘s own ego. People who need this essence‘s help often suffer from feelings of inferiority. They do not believe someone could love them for what they are, but rather what they do: being nice, giving gifts, making compliments etc. However they do it not primarily to make others happy, but in order to oblige them. They act - often - generously in order to get attention and gratitude.


Chicory flower essence opens their heart. It helps them to find the source of love in themselves, a source that never runs dry and allows to give love generously without conditions or ulterior motives.

©Dirk Albrodt

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