Chestnut bud & Bach flower mix 55

Chestnut bud & Bach flower mix 55
chestnut bud

The role of Chestnut Bud is to bring balance to inner restlessness. For example, you can be easily distracted while studying, by the slightest sound or by a thought of something else.

A child may often experience the same little accidents or make the same errors. Chestnut Bud is used in Bach flower mix 55 'Hyperactivity & concentration problems' to help the child who always makes the same mistakes and does not learn from his experiences. This Bach flower is also for the child who is absent and distracted, or has poor concentration.

Through the use of Chestnut Bud your will process their experiences more easily and learn from their mistakes. They will have a greater mindfulness which makes it possible to experience everything with their full attention.

In Bach flower mix 55, there are also other Bach flowers present, as well as Chestnut bud.
The blend of all these flowers will work to act on several aspects that are recognizable in hyperactive children with concentration problems.
Mix 55 has a positive effect on both concentration and impulsiveness, and also helps a child to become quieter and to be less frustrated.

Bach flower mix 55 - chestnut bud

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