Corn Poppy - Learn to love

Corn Poppy - Klatschmohn - Papaver rhoeas

perennial herbaceous plant, up to 80 cm high; stems thin and hairy; leaves rough and up to 15 cm long; flowers with a diameter of 5 to 10 cm, four red petals thin and fragiler.
Distribution: originally probably the Middle East, now common in the temperate northern hemisphere.
Flowering time: May to July

Corn Poppy

Keywords: love, kindness, warmth, eroticism, fertility
Brief Description: brings love, warmth and fire to the heart, connects with others, help to make friends and find love, good with loneliness, anxiety and aggressiveness.
Chakra: Heart Chakra

Corn Poppy

The essence

Corn Poppy strengthens the female parts of the personality - the „inner woman“ as they are sometimes called. It grounds and strengthens you when you feel too vulnerable. It does not make the vulnerability disappear, but helps to accept it as part of the personality and  as a source of strength.

The essence helps those who have isolated themselves from the world and others for any reason. It enables petrified personalities to be active again and full of life. You can use it for people who lack vitality.

Corn Poppy

Corn Poppy strengthens the heart‘s power, the ability to love, the radiation of warmth and love. It grounds, energizes and revitalizes. It teaches us how to love again. According to Julian Winslow, it should not be used immediately after heart attacks as it may act overstimulating in such cases.

©Dirk Albrodt

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