Floral essences to regulate the menstrual cycle

Nur floral essences are food supplements. They are made from flowers, with the crystal or geode method used by Andreas Korte for energy transmission, without damaging any living being. Their work is vibratory and they operate at all levels from the physical to the more subtle. We have two flower essences to solve two different problems: Vitex, regulator of the hormonal cycle and Clitoria, liberator of sexual blocks.
[floral essences] “are pure ethereal imprint, since no physical substance is transmitted in them. In its elaboration we deal strictly with the vibration of the plant, with its intelligence.”
Flower essences and vibrational healing, Gurudas, 1989

VITEX floral essences

Chasteberry (Vítex Agnus-Castus) regulates the hormonal cycle, relieves the effects of premenstrual syndrome, neutralizes estrogenic excess and relieves fluid retention. It propitiates optimal production and maturation of ovules. It increases the progesterone levels – the ovulation hormone – having a sedative and relaxing effect. It facilitates the acceptance of female life and fertility as a sign of health and abundance. It is very useful in any hormonal and menstrual irregularity. It is also suitable for irregular periods, amenorrhea, anxiety, tension, mood swings and fatigue. It helps and gives stability in Menopause. It connects with the feminine side of a woman, where she can reconcile with herself or understand what her body is telling her. Regulator of sexual energy and libido, both in women and men.

It acts on the second chakra, regulating and creating harmony in the vaginal area. The energy rises to the fifth chakra, to creation and capacity, redirecting the sexual energy to creativity and creative action. It is regulatory and connects us with the female part, providing the necessary information to balance the physical and emotional condition.

It acts very much on the sexual instinct by redirecting it and instills tenderness in sexuality, in sexual surrender, by connecting with the female pole. Tenderness, love, delicacy are some of the qualities that make us develop.

Dosage: Three intakes, three drops, three times a day between meals.


  • Hormonal regulator
  • PMS regulator
    • liquid retention
    • anxiety
    • fatigue
    • stress
    • abdominal pain
  • Irregular menstruation regulator
  • Menopause Regulator
  • It harmonizes the cyclical vision of femininity.

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Vitex is a native species in the Mediterranean. Its leaves, flowers and berries are widely known in traditional medicine and phytotherapy, and have been used since ancient times in decoction, tincture or elixir, to treat menstrual discomfort and as a tonic for the reproductive system.
The fruits of this plant have been used in the past for a wide variety of gynecological issues. In the fourth century BC Hippocrates recommended its use in sitz baths for the issues of the uterus.
Women in classical Greece used it in celebrations to the goddess Demeter (Mother Earth), linked to agriculture, fertility and maternal love. They used the flowers to decorate themselves and the leaves as a bed to rest.
Chasteberry (Vitex) acts on the pituitary gland, imitating the action of the dopamine neurotransmitter and binding to opioid and estrogenic receptors with homeostatic effects in hormonal levels (tendency to maintain balance and stability), and an increase in endogenous endorphins.

The German Commision E (Therapeutic Guide to Herbal Medicines) approves its use for irregularities of the menstrual cycle and Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS), and its prescription is widely extended among family doctors and German gynecologists.

The modern use of this plant begins around 1950 with the work of Dr. G. and today several clinical studies confirm its effectiveness in the treatment of premenstrual syndrome (PMS).

CLITORIA floral essences

Bluebellvine, Clitoria Ternatea, is an essence of femininity.

It releases sexual blockages and emotional conflicts caused by losses or abortion. It is also a regulator of the menstrual cycle.

It clears the blocking of emotions and traumatic information at the sexual level, and encourages a resetting and a broader vision for the resolution of these conflicts.

Clitoria is a species from tropical Asia that is widely distributed in South and Central America, India, Southeast Asia and China. It is traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine as a memory and intelligence enhancer and as an anxiolytic, sedative and anticonvulsant. In South India it is also used as a diuretic and to treat urine infections. Pharmacological studies show that it contains alkaloids, flavoniodes, saponin, resins, taraxerol and taraxerone, and it has a broad spectrum of biological effects. Hence, numerous trials are underway on its antiepileptic, anti-inflammatory, anxiolytic, anti-stress and immune system regulatory properties.

Dosage: Three intakes, three drops, three times a day between meals.


  • Acceptance of femininity
  • It frees sexual blockades
    • Guilt
    • Sadness
    • Apathy
    • Pain for losses and abortions
    • Regulator of the menstrual cycle
  • It updates the feminine issue to resolve inheritances from fathers, partners, ex-partners, ancestors, traumatic or painful experiences and absences among others. It helps release guilt and fear, releasing the conflict aspect for harmonization. Anxiolytic, calming, anti-inflammatory joint solution.

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Contraindications of flower essences

The Flower Essences do not have negative side effects since they do not contain material substances that can provoke them. They neither create addiction nor can they cause an overdose.

Even so, sometimes there may be mild reactions such as:

  • When the shots start, the symptoms seem to get a little worse. It is the so-called primary reaction and it will not last more than a couple of days.
  • Dreams become more intense on consecutive nights at the beginning of a new treatment.
  • For a short period of time, you may experience greater sensitivity to external factors.


It is possible to take Floral Essences even when following a medical treatment, since they are not composed of any material substance that can interfere or interact with conventional medicines, since these act on a physical level, while the flowers do it on a psychic level.

If you are taking psychotropic drugs, the effect of the flowers can be reduced, but these will never reduce the effect of the medication.

There is no problem in taking Floral Essences while following alternative therapies, even those that follow with other floral essences, such as Bach or Mediterranean Flowers. There is also no reason to stop taking the Flower Essences if you are going to start a psychotherapeutic treatment.

In any case, it is always advisable to consult it previously with the doctor or therapist.

Generally, both concentrated essences and mixtures have a bit of cognac or brandy as a preservative. But this amount is so small and it is taken in such small doses that alcohol is insignificant for our body. It is always possible to reduce the intake with mineral water or juice.