- Net: 1 fl. oz / 30 ml
- Ingredients: water, brandy, infusion of dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) flowers
- Alcohol 20% by volume
- Dietary Supplement
Dandelion Flower Essence is Alchemy in a Bottle
It is a detoxifier that works on the emotional and mental being of a person. It is ideal for regression sessions, mediation and EFT tapping when you need to let go of things.
It is the elixir of mindful meditation that strives to place us in the now.
DFE serves as a laundering service for washing away painful emotions. It allows emotional sludge to move through the body and get tossed away much like how dirt gets removed from clothing when it is laundered. What better flower essence for regression?
Dandelion is simple yet incredibly powerful ancient medicine that helps us recognize, resolve, or release emotional trauma and overcome mental blocks. As a result we are able to and can help us experience greater well-being and harmony in our lives.
Flower essences do not affect us biochemically, as does traditional allopathic medicine. DFE allows us to change. It does not make us change. If you are open to change, if you are willing to be healed, and if you are willing to be balance you will experience the effects of DFE.
How is DFE made?
The process of making DFE begins by gathering dandelion flowers that resemble little suns with their bright colors and radiating petals. The flowers are floated in water and the container is left in the sun. This allows the water to absorb the vibration and the energy of the flowers. Once this process is completed, brandy is added to the water as a preservative.
The solar plexus chakra
Because of its yellow color, dandelion resonates best with the solar plexus chakra. It is an area where so many issues related to fears, ego challenges, self worth and understanding personal power, are held in. These are issues I encounter often in many people that I am regressing. DFE promotes the flow of energy and the release of trauma in the solar plexus chakra.
How to use?
Place a few drops of DFE under your tongue when you experience emotional challenges, when you meditate or tap, or before you go to bed. Ask the Divine to release any negativity, such as anger, sadness, fear, etc.
The recommended dosage is 2-3 drops 3-4 times a day. Here is what I do – I take one drop under my tongue first thing in the morning. I do this with the intent of releasing any emotions that may hold me back in being my greatest self and living my greatest good that day. A bottle of DFE is always with me. Then, throughout the day when uncomfortable emotions come up, I reach for my DFE bottle and take a drop under my tongue.
When you place a few drops of DFE under your tongue, the energy of dandelion floods your aura, vibrating at its own special frequency, and helps nudge the vibrations in your aura toward your own divine frequency. This creates an immediate effect on the emotional and spiritual levels of the aura.
If alcohol is an issue
Brandy is used in DFE as a preservative. The amount of it is very small, however, if you are sensitive to alcohol there is an alternative way to take it. You can add a few drops of DFE to a glass of water. This will disperse the alcohol. You can add them to a cup of hot tea or boiling water so that the alcohol can evaporate before it is ingested. You can also apply a drop of DFE on your wrists or place a few drops in an aromatherapy mister and spray them on your face externally.
There are no chemicals or any other physical substances in DFE other than brandy and water, so there is almost no risk of allergies or adverse effects.
If you are allergic to ragweed, chrysanthemums, marigold, chamomile, yarrow, daisies, or iodine, you should avoid dandelion.
Unlike homeopathic remedies, DFE is not affected by aromatics such as coffee or mint. It can be taken with food or any other substance and remain effective. Its benefits on your emotions are not based on any kind of physical effect on your nervous system so DFE is non-addictive.
Dandelion is generally considered safe. Some people have been known to have allergic reactions to it, including a rash or mouth sores. If you are allergic to ragweed, chrysanthemums, marigold, chamomile, yarrow, daisies, or iodine, you should avoid dandelion. In some people, dandelion can cause increased stomach acid and heartburn. If you have kidney problems, gallbladder problems or gallstones, you should consult your health care provider before taking dandelion.
Dandelion leaf may act like a diuretic, which can make drugs leave your body faster. If you are taking prescription medications, ask your health care provider before taking dandelion. Consult a doctor if you are taking any of these medications as they may interact with dandelion: antacids, blood-thinning medications, diuretics, Lithium, Ciproflaxin (Cipro), medications for diabetes.
When you begin taking DFE please email me at [email protected] and please tell me your stories of success with DFE.
“And I am thankful to you! I have been using the dandelion flower essence since your workshop and have found it quickly alleviates my uneasy thoughts. I feel it is not only an effective remedy due to the physical properties of the dandelion but also in helping me identify the source of what I’m feeling (soul/ego). Now that I can recognize my emotions more clearly, I use the dandelion with my own intention to change my thought pattern. I have had great success! What a wonderful breakthrough for me and it is thanks to you caring enough to introduce it to people!”
Please note that Mira Kelley is not a licensed healthcare or mental health care professional.
Information on DFE is provided for informational and entertainment purposes only, and should not be used to replace the specialized training and professional judgment of a health care or mental health care professional. Information on DFE should not be used or relied on for any diagnostic or treatment purposes, or as a substitute for professional diagnosis and treatment.
Please always consult a physician or a trained mental health professional before making any decision regarding treatment of yourself or others and before using DFE or any of the information provided on this website.
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