Self-Heal - Selfacceptance and selfworth

Self-Heal - Kleine Braunelle - Prunella vulgaris

5 to 30 cms high member of the Lamiaceae family; creeping, self-rooting, tough, square, reddish stems; violet blue flowers, 0.5 to 1.5 cm long, two lipped and tubular; prefers slightly moist loamy soil.
Distribution: worldwide
Flowering time: May to October


Keywords: self-acceptance, self-healing
Brief description: helps to accept yourself, your strong as well as your a little less strong traits and weaknesses, thereby stimulates self-healing powers.
Meridians: Conception and Governor
Acupoint: Small intestine 3


The essence

Self-Heal enables and enhances self-acceptance as a prerequisite for recovery. It triggers the motivation for treatment and rehabilitation. The rejection of one‘s own personality weakens the immune system and leads to the phenomenon  known as psychological reversal in kinesiology, meaning that the energy flow in the major meridians is reversed which maintains the disease and makes healing impossible.


This flower essence eases self-doubt and confusion, it affects damaging behavior patterns. Further it strengthens the internal cleansing of emotional dross, which makes it an excellent remedy for supporting the treatment of chronic diseases. It promotes the positive effects of other medical procedures, and strengthens the body‘s immune system.

©Dirk Albrodt

Saint John‘s Wort - Johanniskraut - Hypericum perforatum 30 - 60 cm high perennial herb with upright stems; bright yellow flowers,e up to 2.5 cm across,
Christmas Rose - Christrose - Helleborus niger evergreen perennial flowering plant in the buttercup family, Ranunculaceae; it is poisonous;dark, leathery,
Almond - Mandel - Prunus dulcis 2-8 m tall deciduous tree or shrub in the rose family (Rosaceae); branches upright or horizontally, many short branches;
Red Deadnettle - Rote Taubnessel - Lamium purpureum annual, 15 - 45cm high, herbaceous, nettle-like plant without stinging hairs, member of the mint family;
Yellow Yarrow - Gelbe Schafgarbe - Achillea filipendulina up to 1m high perennial herbaceous plant; stalks high, simple, below densely hairy; leaves pinnately
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