Dagger Hakea is an Australian flower remedy made from Hakea teretifolia. Adjuvant for a draining action, it promotes forgiveness and tolerance. Let’s find out better.
Description of the plant
Hakea teretifolia – It belongs to the Proteaceae family, from which Waratah and Banksia also derive, an untidy shrub, with different shapes, up to 3 meters high. The creamy white flowers, with a very good and sweet scent of honey and cinnamon; large and compact, it contains two black winged seeds which are released when the branch or the whole plant dies.
They bloom in late spring and the fruit stays on the tree for a long time; fruit and leaves have a particularly pointed shape that resembles a dagger.
Property of Dagger Hakea
- For ‘stinging’ people, even in (cutting) words and for those who hold a grudge even after a long time. Helps to process and resolve resentment and bitterness.
- It favors the full and balanced expression of feelings, and forgiveness and tolerance.
- Adjuvant for a draining and stimulating (detosiifying) action on the liver and gallbladder, associated with anger, resentment, frustration according to Traditional Chinese Medicine. The liver is one of the most important purification systems in the body.
- Therefore useful in all liver and gallbladder dysfunctions due for example to incorrect nutrition or incorrect habits and lifestyle, including allergies.
- Dagger Hakea is contained in the Adol, Oppression Free and Relationship Compounds
Preparation and use
In a 30 ml bottle, combine ¾ of natural water and ¼ of brandy to preserve the product; add 7 drops for each chosen flower. 7 drops of this personal blend are taken under the tongue, morning and evening, upon awakening and before bed.
The drops can also be applied locally as well, combined with neutral cream as a carrier, in the bath water or vaporized in the environment to create a harmonious place. They can also be prepared without brandy, making sure that they do not degrade (if necessary, the preparation is repeated).
They can be diluted in a little water or herbal tea, even for children. The difference with Mountain Devil is that the latter acts on the same feelings, but addressed to others in general, not to family relationships or with close people like Dagger Hakea.
It can be associated with the ‘ Process of forgiveness’ indicated by Ian White, or similar techniques, a week before starting it until a few days after the conclusion, to improve the results and accompany in the process.