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Pine Ridge Flower Essence 

I became intrigued with Flower Essence about 20 years ago when attending the Back to Basics event in Pine River. I wish I remembered who the vendor was, but regardless, it was inspiring and I went on to learn more.


I've been studying and collecting Flower Essence for about 15 years now. I have been collecting new essences from this area and this homestead since 2016.


Here is an excerpt from Bach Flower Essence Reference Guide that explains Flower Essence; "Bach Flower essences aid in changing negative emotions and eliminating defective traits or attitudes in such a way as to lead to the patient's peace of mind and contentment. Use of the essences aids in coping with stress, anxiety, depression, anger, fear, guilt, worry, and many other disturbing feelings. The essences can help us to improve our emotional and mental state, thus balancing the body and the mind." To learn more, follow this link to the Bach Reference site.


My inventory of essences, either by growing the herb or flower or wild crafting native botanicals in this area, is expanding each season. This last summer, Mustard was very prevalent and I believe it was presenting itself and calling for

it's use. I am very excited about this essence. Here is a link to read about Mustard Flower Essence from Bach's Flower Essence website.


This year I began my Flower Essence Practitioner Training for certification with Alaskan Essences. My goal is to be certified next year in 2024. Until that time my essences are available to friends and family and not for the general public. I will be reaching out for individuals who will volunteer for my case studies in certification. 

Pine Ridge Steading Flower Essence Inventory List 2022

How To Use Flower Essence

Dr. Christiane Northrup MD
There are so many ways you can use flower essences both internally and externally.

The most common way to take a flower essence is to place a few drops under your tongue several times per day.

You can also add several drops to pure water and sip throughout the day. 

Here are some other ways you can use flower essences:
*Apply to acupuncture points or chakras.
*Put several drops in your bath.
*Use as a spray or mist. (This is great for young children and even around
your house.)
*Dab them on minor cuts and scrapes
*Put a few drops in beauty products, shampoos, massage oils, and lotions.
*Rub them on your hands when giving healing treatments such as Reiki or
*Add to other herbal tinctures to augment the benefits.
*Put in your food. (When you do this, think of a theme, such as “calmness” and
then add drops of an essence to your food for a period of time when
you need to experience greater calming.)


There is really no wrong way to use flower essences.  Just use your imagination.

This is an excerpt from one of my favorite Women's Health Wisdom Expert:

Dr. Christiane Northrup MD.




Wild Rose


Shelf of my essence inventory

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