Dogs and Cats
Flower Essences from Green Hope Farm
by Molly Sheehan
Green Hope Farm offers you and the animals in your life an expanded collection of Flower Essence combination remedies for animals. Our 22 Animal Wellness Collection remedies offer healing vibrational energy to animals and their electrical systems. Each remedy serves the animals' emotional, mental, spiritual and physical well-being in specific ways.
Our Flower Essence remedies are gentle and non-toxic. They contain the electrical vibration of Flowers in an herbal base. All Green Hope Farm Flower Essences remedies are stabilized without alcohol in a base of organically grown red shiso and a small amount of white vinegar.
The following in-depth description of each remedy includes a list of the Flower Essences contained in the remedy as well as possible situations in which this remedy may be appropriate. The formula of Flower Essences in each of our Animal Wellness Collection remedies reflects years of experience here at Green Hope Farm serving the animals in your life.
We hope that our Animal Wellness Collection will make it easy for you to find the best remedies for the animals in your life. With great joy and delight, all of us at Green Hope Farm offer this Collection to you and to the animals who grace your life.
The collection described on the following pages includes the following Animal Wellness remedies:
If you want to use an Animal Wellness Collection remedy on yourself, please do. This Collection is for people too! Further directions for use can be found on the last page.
Abandonment & Abuse Top of Page
For animals who have been rescued from abuse and abandonment but who still bear emotional scars from their experiences, for related behavioral issues including terror at being handled, loner behavior and other socialization issues, depression, odd phobias, cringing and hiding.
Blackberry, Borage, Butterfly Garden, Carouby Pea, Comfrey, Corn, Crab Apple, Epimedium, Eyes of Mary, Honeybees in the White Hawthorn, Honeysuckle, Hyssop, Joe Pye Weed, Lavender, Logan's Force of Truth, Maltese Cross, Meadowsweet, Mustard, Pennyroyal, Pink Tecoma, Red Chestnut, Red Hibiscus, Spruce, Sweet Pea, Trillium, White Bleeding Heart, White Hibiscus, and Witch Hazel.
For trauma, shock, extreme stress and acute situations, to calm the electrical system during emergency medical situations or serious illness.
Arrowhead, Borage, California Poppy, Chinese Hat Plant, Coltsfoot, Comfrey, Corn, Dandelion, Eggplant, Feverfew, Golden Areca Palm, Goldenrod, Hardhack, Lauriana Rose, Maple, Orange, Queen Anne's Lace, Red Clover, Red Rugosa Rose, Scarlet Runner Bean, Self Heal, Shrimp Plant, St. John's Wort, Sweet William, Trillium, True Wood Sorrel, Turnera, White Yarrow, Zucchini.
Anxiety Top of Page
For anxiety, nervous habits and obsessive behaviors such as excessive licking or feather picking, fear of people or of being handled, phobias, confused thinking, fear of loud noises including thunderstorms, overactive watchdog behavior including pacing.
Arbor Garden, Borage, Broccoli, Chamomile, Coral Pink Rose, Comfrey, Crab Apple, Dandelion, Feverfew, Honeybees in the White Hawthorn, Joe Pye Weed, Lavender, Lemon, Logan's Force of Truth, Mustard, Mutabilis Rose, Old Blush China Rose, Pennyroyal, Pink Tecoma, Queen Anne's Lace, Red Chestnut, Red Clover, Red Rugosa Rose, Scarlet Runner Bean, St. John's Wort, Trillium, White Yarrow.
Lung and pulmonary system, upper respiratory issues.
Blackberry, Borage, Cosmos, Eyebright, French Marigold, Goldenrod, Graniana Rose, Grapefruit, Jasmine, Jewelweed, Lemon, Lungwort, Nasturtium, Screw Pine, Small Woodland Orchid, Snapdragon, Star Flower, Swamp Candles, White Nicotiana.
Caretaker Top of Page
Empathy and unconditional Love in caretaking relationship, increased intuitive communication, joy and enthusiasm in selfless service, for animal and human caretakers.
Agrippina Rose, Calendula, Cochineal Cactus, Dombeya Wallichi, Eyes of Mary, Goldenrod, Hawthorn, Honeybees in the White Hawthorn, Joe Pye Weed, Mehera, Orange Marigold, Osteospermum, Pebble Pincushion, Pink Lady's Slipper, Pink Tecoma, Pink Yarrow from the Cliffs of Moher, Red Chestnut, Red Mangrove, Rosa Banksia, Rose a Parfum de l'Hay, Ruby Gold Orchid, Spiderlily, St. Francis Water, Wild Thrift, Winter Solstice in the Shaker Feast Grounds.
For gastrointestinal issues.
Aloe Ciliaris, Aloe Vera, Avocado, Blackberry, Comfrey, Coral Aloe, Dandelion, Goldenrod, Loquat, Jasmine, Jewelweed, Old Blush Rose, Sago Palm, Screw Pine, Shrimp Plant.
Flee Free Top of Page
For situations in which an animal is under attack, for improved electrical vitality so that boundaries strengthen and animal can rebuff negativity or pests.
Amaryllis, Andalisa, Blackberry, Broccoli, Chives, Crab Apple, Dandelion, Darrell's Fleabane, The Eight Garden, Jack in the Pulpit, Jewelweed, Larkspur, Lavender, Lemon, Lilac, Maple, Nasturtium, Pennyroyal, Old Blush China Rose, Radish, Red Clover, Self Heal, St John's Wort, Sunflower, Sweet William, Thistle, Titan, Trillium, Tomato, White Yarrow, Wintergreen.
Urinary tract health, issues of flow anywhere in the system.
Anthurium, Avocado, Bells Of Ireland, Bottlebrush, Broccoli, Calliandra, Dandelion, The Eight Garden, Monkey Tail, Queen Anne's Lace, Sago Palm, Shrimp Plant, Sunlight Datura, White Calliandra, Vetch.
Grief & Loss Top of Page
For when a caretaker, friend or animal companion dies, loss of home or sense of purpose, break-up of family, for despair, depression, brokenness and grief.
Alex MacKenzie Rose, Arrowhead, Arbor Garden, Blackberry, Borage, Coral Pink Rose, Cucumber, Eyes of Mary, Honeysuckle, Hyssop, Indian Pipe, Joe Pye Weed, Maltese Cross, Maple, Mustard, Old Blush China Rose, Painkiller Plant, Pale Pink Rose, Pink Tecoma, Star of Bethlehem, Swamp Candles, Trillium, White Bleeding Heart, White Hibiscus, Witch Hazel, Yellow Water Lily.
For healthy skin and fur, for hot spots, rashes, skin sensitivities and allergic situations.
Aloe Ciliaris, Aloe Graminicola, Aloe Vera, Banana, Bells of Ireland, Blackberry, Black Ebony, Cedar, Coral Aloe, Cotton, Dandelion, Feverfew, French Marigold, Goldenrod, Jewelweed, Maple, Monkey Tail, Orange Aloe, Pale Orange Aloe, Pennyroyal, Queen Anne's Lace, Sago Palm, Screw Pine, St. John's Wort, Thistle, Titan.
Immune Support Top of Page
Andalisa, Baby Blue Eyes, Dandelion, Echinacea, The Eight Garden, Epimedium, French Marigold, Henry Hudson Rose, Honeybees in the White Hawthorn, La Belle Sultane, Lime, Precious Blood, Radish, Raspberry, Rhubarb, Rue, Self Heal, St. John's Wort, Titan.
Jealousy in any form, including sibling rivalry among animals in the same household.
Arbor Garden, Bougainvillea, Carouby Pea, Corn, Crab Apple, Envy Green Zinnia, Indian Pipe, Mary Queen of Scots, Orange, Pennyroyal, Violet Transmuting Flame Violet, Re-Union, Sweet Pea, Tree Peony, The Watchman.
Supports an animal to find balance and right relationship with his person, helpful for the animal who is overly anxious to please his person or who wavers between self confidence and no confidence, exhibiting resentment alternating with clinginess in his search for his place in the world.
Angelica, Cabbage, Delphinium, Dogberry, Maple, Meadowsweet, Meadow Rue, Queen Anne's Lace, Partridgeberry, Spiderwort, Swamp Candles, Sweet William, Thistle, The Watchman, Wintergreen.
New Beginnings Top of Page
For both old and new animals when a new animal arrives in a household, for transition to new caretakers, new role or new home.
Arbor Garden, Babies of Light, Butterfly Garden, Envy Green Zinnia, Gall of the Earth, Lavender, Morning Glory, Mutabilis Rose, Pale Pink Rose, Red Mangrove, Red Rugosa Rose, Rose a Parfum de l'Hay, Star of Bethlehem, Summer Snowflake, Thanksgiving Snowdrop, Tree Peony, The Watchman, Witch Hazel.
For aggression, outbursts of violent behavior often unexpected or out of character, any unproductive release of pent-up emotions through destructive physical activity. Animals act as sponges, absorbing negativity wherever they go. It is easy for them to collect too much negativity and get electrically overcharged. If they cannot find a way to discharge this negativity constructively they will do it destructively. They often need support to release this electrical overcharge. This mix helps discharge electrical overcharges in a benign way.
Bloodroot, Black Currant, Bunchberry, Comfrey, Crab Apple, Dandelion, Dogberry, Eggplant, Epimedium, Hardhack, Indian Pipe, Lavender, Lilac, Maltese Cross, Mary Queen of Scots Rose, Orange, Orange Hawkweed, Pennyroyal, Red Clover, Red Rugosa Rose, Royal Ponciana, Screw Pine, Snapdragon, Spiderwort, St. John's Wort, Trillium, White Yarrow, Wild Columbine.
Recovery Top of Page
Post surgery or recovery from illness or trauma.
Bermuda Olivewood, Capeweed, Dandelion, Henry Hudson Rose, La Belle Sultane Rose, Larkspur, Lauriana Rose, Lavender, Maple, Pumpkin, Rosa Mundi, Self Heal, Trout Lily, Vitex, Zucchini.
To support the healing process for any injury or chronic condition which interferes with joyful, flexible, carefree running and playing.
Angelica, Boneset, Comfrey, The Fairy Rose, French Marigold, Goldenrod, Honeybees in the White Hawthorn, Maple, Osteospermum, Shrimp Plant, Self Heal, Snapdragon, Trout Lily, Vetch, Watch Your Back.
Separation Top of Page
Caretaker away or at work with animal home alone or in the care of someone other than their person, separation anxiety.
Borage, Bunchberry, Chamomile, Dogberry, Feverfew, Goldenrod, Honeysuckle, Joe Pye Weed, Maltese Cross, Meadow Rue, Pale Pink Rose, Pink Tecoma, Spruce, Trillium, White Bleeding Heart.
To help maintain emotional equilibrium and good cheer during declines in function associated with aging process, to help reverse the declines to whatever degree is possible in areas such as flexibility, eyesight, hearing, energy levels and general flow of systems.
Allamanda, Angelica, Bignonia, Blackberry, Boneset, Bottle Gentian, Borage, Capeweed, Coltsfoot, Comfrey, Coralita, Daffodil, Dandelion, Eyebright, The Fairy Rose, Goldenrod, Honeybees in the White Hawthorn, Lilac, Maple, Mallow, Mustard, Osteospermum, Rhubarb, Shrimp Plant, Snapdragon, Wild Aster, Zinnia.
Showcats Top of Page
Supports balanced self-expression for animals in or out of shows, helps shy and retiring animals blossom and very assertive animals find appropriate poise and restraint.
Baby Blue Eyes, Bermudiana, Borage, Cosmos, Cotton, Feverfew, Goldenrod, Maple, Morning Glory, Scarlet Runner Bean, Sunflower, St. John's Wort, Trillium, True Wood Sorrel, Wintergreen, Zinnia.
Difficulty discharging negativity in more benign ways, resentment, pent up anger, confusion about role in household due to arrival of new animal or for some other reason, litter box issues.
Anthurium, Bottlebrush, Crab Apple, Coralita, Dandelion, Envy Green Zinnia, Feverfew, Hardhack, Jewelweed, Joe Pye Weed, Orange, Pennyroyal, Shrimp Plant, Spiderwort, Vetch, The Watchman, White Nicotiana, Willow.
Transition Top of Page
For the dying process both to give physical stamina during the work of dying and also to help with the spiritual work done during the last stages of life.
Alex MacKenzie Rose, Angelica, Arbor Garden, Cabbage, Corn, Lemon, Lime, Magnolia, Maltese Cross, Maple, Orange, Pale Pink Rose, Red Mangrove, Self Heal, Sunlight Datura, Zucchini.
Each Animal Wellness Collection remedy is offered in a 1/2-ounce cobalt blue dropper bottle that contains over 300 drops. To order, call us at 603-469-3662 or send email to email@example.com.
Directions for Use Top of Page
Possible ways to use these remedies include putting three to five drops of an Animal Wellness Collection remedy in an animal's water dish each day. You also can put the drops directly in an animal's mouth, on the pad of a foot or on the outside of an animal's ear twice a day. Flower Essences work when they are introduced into an animal's electrical field. You can use any method that accomplishes this. Care should be taken to rinse the dropper before it is put back in the bottle if it touches anything outside the bottle.
This keeps your remedies clear and potent. If you get a prompting to use a remedy with a name or description that does not fit the situation, we encourage you to try the remedy. These remedies are more versatile than their descriptions.
Animals can take more than one remedy at a time. Animals are very wise about Flower Essences. If an animal in your household drinks from another animal's water that contains Animal Wellness remedies, this is usually because the animal wants and needs the remedies too. If an animal drinks water that contains a remedy that the animal does not need, this will cause no problems. The electrical energies of the unnecessary Essences will move through the animal's electrical system unused.
Updated 2002 December 27