Cherry plum

Cherry plum

Cherry Plum is one of the 38 flower remedies in the Bach Flower Remedies system, which was developed by Dr. Edward Bach in the 1930s. These remedies are used to address various emotional and psychological imbalances. Cherry Plum is specifically associated with addressing extreme fear of losing control or having a mental breakdown.

The key emotional qualities that Cherry Plum is believed to help balance include:

  1. Fear of Losing Control: Individuals in need of Cherry Plum may experience intense and irrational fears of losing control over their thoughts, actions, or emotions. This fear can be overwhelming and lead to extreme anxiety.
  2. Fear of Going Insane: Some people who require Cherry Plum may be plagued by thoughts and fears of going insane or losing their sanity.
  3. Emotional Crisis: It is often used in situations of extreme emotional distress or crisis, where individuals feel like they are on the verge of breaking down.

 

Cherry Plum is intended to provide emotional support and help individuals regain a sense of inner calm and composure. By taking Cherry Plum as a Bach Flower Remedy, individuals are believed to become more balanced and better able to manage their emotions, even in challenging or crisis situations.

Like other Bach Flower Remedies, Cherry Plum is typically taken orally in a diluted form, often a few drops under the tongue or mixed with water. It’s important to remember that Bach Flower Remedies are considered complementary and alternative medicine and are not a substitute for professional mental health treatment, especially in cases of severe emotional distress or mental health issues. If you or someone you know is struggling with extreme fear, anxiety, or thoughts of losing control, it is important to seek the guidance of a qualified mental health professional.

CHERRY PLUM – UNCONTROLLED, IRRATIONAL THOUGHTS. These people feel they may explode and give way to violent impulses and fits of rage. NOTE: If symptoms are severe, help from a therapist is recommended.

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