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Mustard - Freedom of Depressive Mood Swings

Mustard - Sinapis arvensis

common annual, 30 - 60 cm tall plant; lime and nutrient-rich soil-loving; erect, branched and striated stems with coarse spreading hairs; yellow flowers in clusters, 12 - 15 mm diameter; old medicinal plant
Distribution: Europe, America
Flowering time: May to August

Mustard

Keywords: confidence, balance, inner peace
Brief description: helps with sudden and unexpected depression and sadness for no apparent reason
Energy: Yang energy
Chakra: Brow Chakra

Mustard

The essence

Mustard is the essence of unforeseen and unforeseeable hard times. If the lust for life disappears without any special cause and it feels as if you sink into a black hole of depression and there is no explanation for this almost spasmodically occurring disheartenment, this is the right essence.

Mustard

Normally, such a period of sadness, hopelessness and despair goes as unexpectedly as it came - and also without any apparent cause or occasion. Mustard strengthens the internal balance, the confidence that good times will follow the hard ones again and it is easy to find the way back to the joy of living.

©Dirk Albrodt

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