Flower Essences made with Sacred Well-Water
1 November 2013: A new range of Flower Essences has been formulated in an enchanted 150-year-old garden in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia. The half-acre English cottage garden is situated above natural springs and soil rich with quartz crystals, lending its flowers, herbs and trees an almost magical energy.
Pioneered by Dr Edward Bach in the 1930s, Flower Essences capture the vibrational imprint of various flowers, and are taken as drops under the tongue. Their subtle yet powerful results work similarly to homoeopathic remedies, gently and safely introducing necessary healing qualities to the body – specifically dealing with emotional challenges.
Gypsy Garden’s range of 30+ Flower Essences features traditional cottage blooms such as bluebells, hawthorn and buttercups, which can assist with everything from fears, grief and depression to enhancing freedom, courage, inner truth, decisiveness and inspiration.
Each gold-capped bottle contains:
- Well water drawn from Gypsy Garden’s blessed natural springs
- The vibrational imprint of flowers gathered from around the same wells and springs
- Apple cider vinegar (preservative) from neighbouring 130-year-old apple orchards
The botanical drawings featured on the packaging are water-coloured on the Gypsy Garden premises using the same sacred well-water.
Gypsy Garden Oils & Essences are the creation of psychic Rebecca Dettman, who has been featured as a spiritual expert on Network Ten’s The Project, New Woman and Wellbeing magazines, London’s Sunday Times, Nova, Hamish & Andy and more. Gypsy Garden is her private labour of love, drawing from her childhood love for fairytales, flowers and seasonal traditions, which is being released to the public for the first time this month.
Gypsy Garden Flower Essences, 15ml, $29.95