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Our essences are subtle liquid extracts made from trees. The original discovery of flower es-sences was made by Edward Bach, MD in the late 1920’s.  He was influenced by the work of a homeopathic physician, Dr. Samuel Hahnemann. While he recognized the role of the germ theory of disease, defective organs, and/or tissue, and other known and demonstrable sources of dis-ease, Dr. Bach wondered how exposure to a pathogen could make one person sick, while another was unaffected, when to all appearances in analysis they were in equal states of health. He postulated that illness was the result of a conflict between the purposes of the soul and the personality’s actions and outlooks.


We discovered the essences by using trees, pure water, the sun, and alcohol (so no bacteria would grow) the same way Dr. Bach did.  We then used our tree essence tinctures and Double Helix water instead of alcohol for our ready to use dosage bottles.

Double Helix water is the crystallized micro-scopic particles of water, called stable water clusters which combine into Double Helix struc-tures similar in shape to DNA.  Stable water clusters are theorized to serve by tackling the issue at the electrical level, where our cells begin to malfunction. Stable Water Clusters offer a chance to restore a very basic malfunction of the cell while not interrupting the normal cellular process. Hence using it as a base for all our tinctures also helps to correct the energy being. Instead of polarity as in the process of homeopa-thy, essences create POTENTIZATION which becomes one in the interaction of energy and matter called SYNERGY.
NOTE: No trees are destroyed in the making of our essences.  Only a small amount of leaves, fruit, flower, twig or bark is used!


This line of essences may be helpful to understand how many times emotions rule our health.

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This person may feel constant hunger, upset, nauseous, unable to let go of past events, over analyzes, unable to let go of negative feelings, unable to decide which way to go in life, vindictive, doesn’t know how to fix a problem or situation.

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This person may feel weepy, claustrophobic, longwinded, exhausted, nurtures too much, frequently needs reassurance, or wor-ries constantly about events.

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This person may feel weakness, sus-ceptible, stagnate, blocked energy, repressed, numb, unable to say no, sacrifices own needs, weak personal boundaries, or feels drained.

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 This person may feel thoughts are chaotic, fatigue, loss of joy in life, feels as though no one is listening or un-able to speak their truth, winter blues, jealousy, out of sync, or repeated pattern and memories.

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This person may feel humiliated, embarrassed, overpowered, disillusioned, bullied, easily peeved, or may feel victimized.

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This person may feel frag-ile, carrying weight of the world, lack of faith, life is falling apart, fear of persecution, holds on tight, speaks in whisper, gives power away, compares self to others, and easily overpowered.

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This person may feel distraught,  excitable, unable to relax, fidgety, breathless, sleeplessness, overactive thought, wound up or rebellious

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This person may unable to relax and flow, loss, brokenhearted, selfish, stubborn, shuts down emotionally, needs possessions, or unable to move on and let go.

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This person may feel inferior, unattractive, over sensitive, having a hard time making changes, self-sabatoge, fear of success, or have a need for outward perfection.


This line of essences may be helpful for those every-day emotional experiences and life’s challenges.

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Self Dislike or Judgement

This person may have emotional eating patterns, cover up feelings, resist exercise, critical of self and others, avoids company, highly emotional.

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Overwhelmed or Distraught

 This person may feel spacey, unfocused, not quite oneself, distracted, overcharged by mental activities, daydreaming, over-worked, or very tired.

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Worry or Confusion

This person may worry about others, wants to reinvent oneself, feels lost when life takes on abrupt changes, loses interest in what matters, questions everything, moods vary, wants to change others or looks for answers outside oneself.

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Fear or Repeated Actions

This person may have fear, negative talk, paranoia, panic attacks, feels persecuted, feels judged, anticipates the worst, creates stories, or unconscious actions.

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Stress or Anxiety

This person may feel frantic, anxious, stressed about events, things are out of con-trol, doesn’t trust gut feeling, freezes up and unable to act, narrow or tunnel vision, or small things are upset-ting.

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Insecurity or Mistrust

This person may feel abandoned, feels as though death is approaching, unable to trust, sadness for no particular reason, un-able to be playful, needs to be strict, or feels a great loss.

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Negativity or Easily Influenced

 This person may take on negativity, feels heavy, drained, starts to lose self-identity, susceptible to outside forces and influences, susceptible to illness, or loses sense of personal boundaries.

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Unworthy or Defensive

This person may feel deep sadness, sense of loss, feels unwanted, unworthy, tearful, defensive, dependency on others for emo-tional nourishment, or manifests relationships that are hurtful.

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Despair or Helplessness

This person may feel inadequate, low self esteem & unworthy, depressed, feels a need to escape, resists help, feels like a victim, wants to end it all when faced with adversity.


This line of essences may be helpful for those spiri-tual experiences which seem challenging to process.

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This person may feel tired, doesn’t feel like oneself. May have unexplained illness, emotions or may be depressed for no apparent reason.

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This person may feel as though they don’t know who they are, why they exist, lonely in a crowd and feel empty inside as though something Is missing.

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CHANGE:  This person may feel powerless in changing their lives, events or people. They may want those around them to change but know change comes from within, but does not know how to process the change.

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This person may go from one emo-tion to another, feels controlled or out of control, unexplained dreams/nightmares, does things they would not normally do.

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This person may feel lost due to unresolved emotions, they are not able to look inside and see what gifts they have, unable to perceive, trust and believe what they know.

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This person may feel as though their soul has a purpose but is unable to connect or find that purpose. They may have passions for many things but are unable to find the passion just for them.

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This person may feel alone. They may feel like no one cares, no one under-stands them, no one knows what they are feeling and they need help but don’t know where to find it.

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This person may see life as hard, unable to achieve, unaware of their passions, not able to see the forest for the trees, blocked emo-tions, clouded thinking, unable to create.

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This person may feel and think they have it all together but are still not happy. They feel incomplete as though something is missing in their life.

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