Consider one of our environmental essences under research through Pacific Northwest Essences Research Group. These essences do not yet have descriptions, but we are including them here if our volunteer study of each these essences shows promise for physical, emotional, or spiritual healing. Choose one if you feel particularly drawn to it based on its appearance, or choose from this collection if you are an intuitive essence practitioner.
Shake the bottle before each use. Take 3 drops at a time onto the tongue or mixed with water 3–4 times a day, between meals and not with herbs or coffee.
Store away from sun exposure, excessive heat or cold, electronics, and strong scents.
Water, gluten-free brandy (from grapes; a preservative), environmental infusion in a specific environment as described below. Alcohol 22% by volume.
Peak of Summer: An essence made late in the summer when teasel, Canada thistle, Canada goldenrod, and St. John's Wort are in bloom in Spokane, Washington, and when bees, paper wasps, and hummingbirds are intensely busy pollinating flowers. This essence was made on a very hot, dry, and intensely sunny day.
Wild Turkeys: An essence made by placing a bowl of spring water near a flock of wild turkeys when they took a leisurely visit at our garden in the fall to feed on freshly fallen seeds. The water became infused by the energy emanating from the wild turkeys.
Keep out of reach of children. Consult your health care practitioner before using if pregnant or nursing.