Dandelion - Relaxation

Dandelion - Löwenzahn - Taraxacum officinale

10 - 50 cm high herbaceous perennial plant of the family Asteraceae, very common occurrence; 5–45 cm long and 1–10 cm wide oblanceolate, oblong, or obovate leaves, leaf margins typically shallowly lobed to deeply lobed; leafless stalks; yellow flower heads.
Distribution: temperate regions of the world
Flowering time: April to June

Dandelion

Keywords: relaxation, letting go
Brief description: Helps to release emotional tension that is retained in the muscles, learn to know and understand the inner impulses and handle them, instead of suppressing them.
Chakras: Solar Plexus Chakra and Basis Chakra
Acupuncture meridian: Liver Meridian
Acupuncture points: Large Intestine 4, Stomach 6

Dandelion

The essence

Dandelion flower essence works in general non-specific with mental and emotional stress, which is converted into physical tension. Where stress leads to tension, be it in the neck, shoulders, back or abdomen, Dandelion can be taken preventatively and constitutionally, if it is a person‘s typical pattern to transform strain into physical tension, which is not unusual for most of us. Simultaneous external use by massaging the essence into painful areas supports the internal use, acts even faster, however less long lasting.

Dandelion

The second effect of this flower is the grounding. Good grip, realism, stability combined with ease and flexibility in the spiritual realm (= solid roots of the plant and at the same time airiness of the seeds). Dandelion helps kinesiology practitioners and consultants to work with blocked (test) muscles. Massaging the essence in the blocked muscle dissolves the blockage quickly and opens for the kinesiologic treatment or Shiatzu massage or similar techniques.

©Dirk Albrodt

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