You might get caught off-guard this week so keeping some remedies at the ready is wise.
Let’s start with Eupatorium Perfoliatum, a fine remedy for a variety of fevers, all of which will have you in pains to the bone.
When you must settle for a less-than-optimal state of being, for whatever reason, you will find yourself reaching for remedies like Natrum Muriaticum [old grief] or Staphysagria [pain that cuts like a knife].
The remainder of our help comes from one of the finest and most-used remedies of all time, Bellis Perennis–of great use when exhaustion is so extreme and your body has given its all to help you through.
Let’s not forget nor forsake the incredible power of prayer this week: “Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you.” Matthew 7:7
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