The Beat the Blues Drops of Gold, is a potent blend of gold, phyto-actives and homeopathy. The beauty of this remedy is its multi layering of benefits. Gold or Aurum Metallicum is a very valuable homeopathic remedy believed to support our emotional heart, to uplift the mind and to help us reconnect with joy, energy and our environment. The soothing fusion of Pulsatilla, Gelsemium and Nat Mur aids inner balance and the herbal remedies of Saffron and St. John’s Wort bring the energy of hope and optimism.
is a precious and uplifting homeopathic remedy that nurtures our emotional centre and helps us reconnect with joy.
PULSATILLA, GELSEMIUM AND NAT MUR
A restorative combination to help alleviate anxiety and bring inner balance to the mind and body.
Pulsatilla is known to be useful when feeling out of control of one’s emotions. It is often prescribed for grief and when one feels in need for more support. A remedy used for depression due to hormonal changes.
Gelsemium is known in homeopathy as a remedy for people facing anxiety due to feelings of inadequacy, pressure from others or society and finding it hard to socialise.
Nat Mur is a deep acting remedy, used by homeopaths for grief and deep sadness.
A powerfully positive alchemical blend to boost the mood with its energy of hope and optimism.
St. John’s wort is widely believed to boost mood and provide some relief from depression. It is also known to relieve anxiety and uplift.
Saffron in Ancient Greece saffron was eaten to enhance libido, boost mood, and improve memory.
Number 27 is about believing in yourself and listening to your intuition. It is self-affirming and fortifying.
USING THIS PRODUCT
RITUAL: Place 3-5 drops under the tongue, or add to a glass of water, 2-3 times a day.
*This product is not meant to replace prescribed chemical antidepressants, but to help uplift those in need of support and to help reconnect with the positive aspects of life.
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE.
If diabetic, pregnant or on medication, first consult your doctor.