From a practical perspective, floral therapy is the oral and / or percutaneous administration of “essences” obtained from flowers using a particular method (either the sun or the boiling method).
Each of them provides either a calming effect or an enhancer, according to the specific needs, emotional state; that help the “emission” of positive emotions, or the opposite virtues.
Why use it
There are practical reasons why medicine adopts floral remedies, one of them, mainly, is that this type of therapies with flowers have proven to be very effective.
In fact, floral therapy is:
Simple: its simplicity, which does not mean superficiality, is more apparent than substantial. We could compare this therapy with an iceberg, of which at first we can only see a small portion; However, to be able to use it with good results, the initial commitment in terms of study and effort is quite modest, which is an aspect that should not be underestimated.
Easily administered : give flower remedies is very simple, since they are almost tasteless, which can be taken together with any food, water, or directly in the mouth. In addition, the dose is standard for almost all flower species, regardless of their weight, age or health status;
Usable in combination with allopathic therapies : flower remedies do not oppose traditional drugs, since their action impacts on a plane are different.
This allows the doctor not necessarily to make drastic therapeutic decisions, rather, they combine very well with traditional treatments as they help patients to better overcome stress situations and be an active part in the healing process.
No side effects : like all natural medicine, there are no side effects or adverse side effects; If the choice of floral remedies turns out to be incorrect, the only effect is that you can not get the expected results.
Low cost : the investment, whether in the course of study or in its practical application, is modest; The cost of each final remedy is very low, thus allowing any person to access the treatment.