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Crimson Bottlebrush

Spp. Callistemon citrinum.
Fam. Myrtaceae.
Ord. Myrtales.

Fam. Myrtaceae:
Spp. Myrtle, clove, guava, feijoa, allspice, and eucalyptus
Rx: Angophora. Eucalyptus. Luma. Myrt-c. Mel-a. Pimenta. Syzygium.

We can use our Homeopathic understanding of the Myrtaceae to gain some insight into the themes of this plant.

A common theme found in the Myrtaceae is buoyancy. This is characterised by an optimistic, carefree and tranquil state.


The other side of these remedies is anxiety, sadness and a desire for solitude. The rubrics of Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) suggest that the clear, carefree state transforms into a haze of doubts, with dreams of money and robbers. They become self-centered and don't want anyone around, not even their partner, they even begin to feel ugly.


The situation that precipitates these feeling could be an emotional or financial upset.


The Bush Flower Essence from this family is known to help us move on after a traumatic experience.


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Comment by Stephanie Nile on June 16, 2010 at 4:37am
With a remedy maker you can run up any potency. You dont have to potentise them in Sunshine. The next step is to discover the physical symptomology by proving Bottlebrush, maybe at 30c.
Comment by Debby Bruck on June 16, 2010 at 1:05pm
Dear Stephanie ~ We do So Appreciate all the information you share on the Flower Remedies and their Mind States. Is this a flower, leaves, stem, roots that was potentized and a proving by you and others? Debby
Comment by Stephanie Nile on June 25, 2010 at 6:32am
Hi Debby, these remedies are potentised by placing the flowers in a bowl of water and exposing it to direct sunlight, just like the Bach Flower Remedies.

Sankaran recommends using the www as our widest materia medica.
Comment by dr .makarand kalyanrao bothe on August 16, 2010 at 4:14am
there is question arises that if any person having above mental .is this remedy clears any skin complaints related after this state of mind comes?
Comment by Stephanie Nile on August 16, 2010 at 6:35am
In theory, if this remedy has psychological themes in common with other Myrtaceae you could check the M.M. of other members of this family (e.g. Tea Tree) to see which, if any, have the most affinity for the skin.

Tea Tree Oil has been used in the past for healing cuts, burns and infections.

These are just clues. I'm not saying this approach is comparable to a fully worked analysis.
Comment by Veeraraghavan A.R. on May 2, 2011 at 2:33am
Nice...But the source might have been given.

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