Herbs and all their manifestations are appearing. Add in 4000 or so Chinese medicine protocols and we have an incredible library of suggestive data and plausible well tested protocols to work with. Turning that into a personal solution is clearly almost impossible and in fact it is realistically intractable.
After saying all that though it does represent an opportunity. It should be possible for a healer to become familiar with this library to create an effective language. From that it should be possible to use hypnosis to address the supra consciousness directly to ask for guidance. From this and conforming data it may be possible to fill in a very useful diagnostic and treatment tree that can become practical.
In that way we set up a self healing applications cataloge.
Flowers for the Winter Blues
By Conan Milner, Epoch Times | January 10, 2015
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Winter can be a gloomy time. Stressful holidays. Cabin fever. Seasonal depression. For cold dark days, when you’re still reeling from the drama of extended family gatherings, reach for flowers.
Flower essences are a unique modality of plant medicine designed to address emotional imbalance and distress. Individual flower extracts are used separately or combined to ease feelings such as obsessiveness, jealousy, and loneliness.
Finding the appropriate remedy for your particular mood requires some introspection.
“We’re not concerned about what happened in your childhood unless that’s currently bothering you,” said Dr. Carol Bennington, flower essence educator with the Bach International Education Program. “We’re looking at what now is emotionally out of balance, and then you find the corresponding flowers. Sometimes it’s a little bit of detective work.”
The winter blues manifests differently for everybody. If you’re depressed, Bennington wants to know the reason. For gloominess that appears out of nowhere, try mustard flower. Does life seem unfair? Go for willow. No motivation? Choose hornbeam. Overwhelmed? Try elm.