Garlic Mustard - Diagnostic and therapeutic flower

Garlic Mustard - Lauchkraut - Alliaria petiolata

30–100 cm tall biennial flowering plant in the Mustard family, Brassicaceae; thin, white taproot;  leaves stalked, triangular to heart-shaped, 10–15 cm long and 5–9 cm broad, margin a coarsely toothed; white flowers with four white petals 4–8 mm long and 2–3 mm broad, arranged in a cross shape; plant smells like garlic
Distribution: Europe, western and central Asia, and northwestern Africa
Flowering time: May, June

Garlic Mustard

Keywords: re-evaluation, a new beginning, motivation, optimism
Brief description: energy boostwhen you are shy and vulnerable; self-cleaning; helps to deal with personal development debilitating emotions.
Chakra: Basis and Throat chakra

Garlic Mustard

The essence

Garlic Mustard produces a fundamental self-cleaning on the energetic level. What needs to be cleansed are persevering emotions, resistant to the forces of will and generally debilitating. For example you may plan: This time I‘ll do it very differently - and still you do it as always. The inner power that makes you always fall back into the old pattern, needs to be purified and disinfected by Garlic Mustard.

Moreover, the essence directs your attention leek exactly to your vulnerability, ie this flower enables you to recognize what actually is really going on with yourself. Therefore it can be used when you suffer from diffuse, elusive and inexplicable symptoms. It makes enables to recognize what you are missing.

Garlic Mustard

It is recommended in the first dosage combination, if you do not know how you can help yourself or someone else. It highlights the problem and brings the knowledge of what is needed to solve it. Then it initiats a process of redefinition of what is, and provides motivation for a new beginning.

©Dirk Albrodt

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