Monga Waratah is an Australian flower remedy made from Telopea mongaensis. Particularly useful for those with a weak and dependent character, it helps to acquire security, autonomy and courage. Let’s find out better.
Description of the plant
Telopea mongaensis – also known as Braidwood Waratah, is a straight, bushy shrub, with many stems and up to 4 meters tall.
It grows around wooded areas and creeks of the Mongarlowe River near Braidwood in New South Wales. The leaves are long and narrow, leathery with whole margins. The plant produces up to 60 pink-red flowers that appear in spring, and are rich in nectar.
Its flower is the same red color as the more common Waratah (Telopea speciosissima), of which it does not have the upper cone, but the appearance of an open hand stretched upwards, as if it wanted or needed something or Help. Like its close relative Waratah and other Proteaceae family essences, Monga Waratah has a very powerful energy.
Property of Monga Waratah
- It instills confidence, courage and autonomy especially in those with a weak and dependent character
- Strengthen your will, and the awareness of relying mainly on yourself. This is why it is one of the major essences indicated in addictions, by people, substances and behaviors.
- It favors the recovery of personal power and one’s spirit, love and respect for oneself, thus developing willpower and awareness of one’s worth, and helping to find inner strength and close unhealthy relationships
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.
In addiction treatment, along with Wedding Bush to maintain determination and commitment to do, or give up on something (when the decision is made), while Monga Waratah is to give a belief and sense that you can get out of addiction. A behavior, substance or person. Bottlebrush and Boronia are also recommended to foster change and ease obsessive thoughts about the type of addiction (for example, smoking).