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Flowers bloom in Israel in the first weeks of February 2019. (Photo credit: RICHARD SHAVEI-TZION)

Dear Natalie

For the past six months I have been suffering a complete loss of libido. My husband and I have good communication and I am open with him on the subject, but it is beginning to affect our relationship. I recently read that flower remedies can sometimes help. Can you share your wisdom and perhaps point me in the right direction?

Thankfully yours

Chaya-Rivka, Givat Shmuel

Loss of libido is one of those problems that is surprisingly much more common than we think. You just don't talk about it. It may not always be mentioned in the first consultation, however, once trust is formed, it would go so far as to say that perhaps less than half of the women I see in my clinic share the concern about their loss to Sudden or gradual times. libido.

In my experience, the loss of libido is often attributed to the side effects of many medications, so it is something worth investigating, especially if you take certain types of antidepressants and / or antihypertensive medications. However, it can, and perhaps more commonly, be caused by stress, fatigue and changes in hormonal levels.

As always, for any chronic complaint, I would always seek to find the deepest root of the cause and, in many cases, I would also propose a blood test to be aware of any important hormonal imbalance. Meanwhile, I recommend trying the flower essences of Bush of Australia. I particularly like these essences for the first layer of healing, working quickly on immediate problems that sometimes prevent us from living our lives to the fullest.

There are a total of 69 Australian Bush essences, and each one is related to a different emotional imbalance. You can also combine several essences together. When it comes to the loss of libido, I suggest trying a wonderful combination called Essence of sexuality. This combination is made from the essences of Billy Goat Plum, Bush Gardenia, Flannel Flower, Fringed Violet and Wisteria.

You can explore each of these individual essences and find the most suitable for you or continue with the prepared combination. This mixture helps to renew passion and releases the fear of intimacy. It is also useful to release any shame about sex and the effects of sexual abuse. It helps one feel comfortable and fully accept the body. It also allows you to be open to sensuality and touch and, therefore, enjoy physical and emotional intimacy.

The recommended dose is to take seven drops under the tongue, morning and night. Another proven, proven and successful alternative with many of my clients comes from Bach floral remedies. Dr. Bach discovered 38 flowers, each of which relates to an archetypal emotion.

During an emotional "imbalance", these floral remedies gently help rebalance us. To be more precise and know what floral remedy you need, try to really understand your current emotional state and take a look at the following I have suggested to see which one matches more accurately. Although not specifically labeled as a "loss of libido" remedy, Wild Rose is often very suitable for those who "lack interest" and in cases of apathy. Wild Rose helps regain enthusiasm for finding joy in life, regardless of circumstances.

Another Bach floral remedy to consider is Hornbeam. This essence is well indicated when you feel that your life has become mundane, that your sex life is boring and you live too much routine and you feel uninspired. Hornbeam can help you see more meaning in each day. Many of my clients have described that "refreshes" their sexual lives and that, after taking Hornbeam, there are those who experience life and sex as once again pleasurable. I have discovered that Hornbeam works even better when taken in combination with White Chestnut and / or Olive.

White Chestnut is particularly suitable for those times when we cannot free ourselves from our mental concerns. This constant negative mental activity, such as those that may accompany a gradual loss of libido, prevents us from enjoying the present moment. This remedy helps restore mental calm and inner serenity, which may be necessary to rejuvenate your libido.

Last but not least, you may want to consider the Bach Olive floral remedy. One of the floral remedies to which I commonly refer to those clients who have suffered a great physical and mental exhaustion and find little strength for anything else, much less for sexual encounters. A great remedy for the stress-related society in which we live today. In addition to having an extremely positive and calming effect on the person's body and soul, many of those who took Olive discover that they have the energy once again to meet their true needs. For chronic problems, you can add two drops of each selected remedy in a glass or bottle of water. Drink as many times as necessary, at least four times a day. Pharma Guri, based in Poleg, Netanya, supplies Bach's authentic floral remedies and can also be found online; www.pharaguri.co.il.

Dear Natalie
Can you clarify what is the difference between essential oils and carrier oils?
Thank you,
Maya, Hod Hasharon.

Dear Maya, the easiest way to understand the difference between a carrier oil and an essential oil is that carrier oils, of much thicker consistency than essential oils, are often used to dilute the essential oil to make it safer to use. in the body. . Carrier oil literally "transports" the essential oil on our skin. The most popular use of a carrier oil is topical, but there are some that can also be ingested, such as olive oil.

Carrier oils include; Sweet almond oil, hemp seed oil, sesame oil and many more. Carrier oils can be applied to lips, eyes and other sensitive areas and this cannot be done only with essential oils because of the risk of causing a burning sensation. Although one of the main uses of a carrier oil is dilution, it is not limited to that. Many of the carrier oils I use for massages have their own therapeutic benefits, for example, coconut oil is very refreshing for sunburn and jojoba oil is a wonderful moisturizer.

Essential oils are highly concentrated oils that are extracted by a process that involves steam until the oil vaporizes, so they have such a strong and powerful aroma. Some examples of essential oils include; Lavender oil, incense oil, tea tree oil and angelica oil. Essential oils are extracted from the aromatic parts of plants, such as flowers, leaves or stems. Carrier oils are much more fatty and are extracted, often by cold pressing, from another area of ​​the plant, such as seeds or nuts.

Another important difference is that carrier oils contain nutrients and vitamins such as A, D, E and K that essential oils do not contain. Essential oils have many therapeutic benefits, but do not contain proteins or vitamins.

Essential oils are used for such a wide variety of ailments, which include but are not limited to; Acne, insomnia, depression, insect bites, headaches and eczema.

Finding a good carrier oil can help retain the medicinal properties of your essential oils and be a great way to apply them.

In addition to working as a nurse, Natalie runs a clinic in Moshav Yanuv that offers a wide range of natural treatments. Healing is achieved using homeopathy, reflexology, massage, floral remedies and nutritional wisdom. If you want alternative answers to your health questions, or want an appointment, send an email to [email protected]


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