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  • Carla Evans

Struggling? Maybe Wattle can help...

Hi everyone,

Hubby and I were driving to Myponga reservoir on Sunday for a walk (rewarded by coffee and pain au chocolat at Valley of Yore) listening to a discussion on the radio about National Wattle Day coming up on 1st September. So of course we were primed to see a few beautiful golden wattle trees in bloom during our walk around the reservoir. This got me to thinking about the Australian Bush Flower Essence - Sunshine Wattle. Slightly paler golden colouring as you can see below but a very fitting remedy for the interesting time we are living in at the moment.

Golden Wattle (Acacia pycnantha), Source: hubby
Sunshine Wattle (Acacia terminalis), Source:

Sunshine Wattle can help with the issues of:

  • feeling stuck in the past

  • bringing "negative" experiences from the past into the present and future

  • expectation of a grim future - no hope that things will improve

  • feeling life is a constant struggle

  • worry about financial circumstances

  • Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) when used in combination with Bush Iris

And can bring forth:

  • optimism

  • acceptance of beauty and joy in the present

  • being open to a bright future

  • ability to see different perspectives

  • welcoming new opportunities

Sunshine Wattle can be used on it's own or in combinations. It is found in the ready-made combinations of Abund Essence, Adol Essence and Carers Essence.

Australian Bush Flower Essences are a truly powerful way of allowing nature to support us to shift physical, psychological and energetic blockages. They can be used safely alongside medications, supplements and herbs.

If Sunshine Wattle has resonated with you, it can be purchased online at; at many health food stores or I can make up a bottle of it for you ($10).

Happy flowering!

Carla :)

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