Exhausted, no get up and go? Lack staying power? This blend of flowers is particularly useful when feeling drained after a period of overwork.
When taken as part of a positive move towards a more holistic lifestyle, this essence will gradually recharge your batteries.
For extreme tiredness after a long periods of strain.
For that Monday morning feeling, and needing endless cups of coffee to get going.
If you feel ‘something is coming on’ and there is weariness, take doses every fifteen minutes for several hours as it might help to ward it off.
If unwell, take alongside any treatment given e.g. Homeopathics or Echinacea etc, or by itself if you are sweating out something.
When there is a lot going on and much is expected of you, this blend can be supportive, however it is not a substitute for rest!! E.g., moving house, a wedding, caring for someone new mums, young mums with toddlers, mums who have to work as well, people with demanding jobs, nurses and teachers, traveling – the list is endless.
Take alongside other blends to give a boost, might be helpful in the morning to get the day going, or in the early evening when you’ve had a busy
day and you might have to go out.
For the morning after the night before, in other words, helpful for a hangover!
For weariness due to an unhealthy lifestyle, but it is not a substitute for good habits. However, Flower Essences promote self awareness, so this blend may help you see the error of your ways and encourage you to change your lifestyle choices.
How to use this blend:
Take as general boost, at the beginning or end of winter, or if just feeling sluggish or two degrees under.
Take as a three week course of 1 pillule 4 times a day and then review, or take as a single dose when required.
Avoid doses at bedtime as it might keep you awake, try Be Restful to help you settle.
Tip. When traveling Be Vitalised will keep you going through difficult flight times and gives you more vitality to enjoy your holiday once you arrive.
Take also if you are doing a lot of driving, but it is not a substitute for regular breaks.