February 4, 2019 @ 4:46 PM

We are quite possibly the only flower essence producer in the world that conducts scientific research to help us create superior living flower essences.  For the past year we have been successfully mapping the specific neuropeptides involved in the connection between specific emotions and their physiological responses.  This will allow us to create remedies that can target the emotional cause of any physical malady

We have also been researching ways to help with autism.  We have found that we can help to balance the 'scattered' or 'frenetic' frequencies within the neural network of those with autism, and have found a definitive link to heavy metals such as aluminum.  Metals conduct energy, and this can easily 'scramble' the delicate neural pathways of the various nervous systems within the body.  In addition to autism, metals in the brain are linked to dementia and alzheimers.

This seems to corroborate a connection to vaccines and autism.  Aluminum is used in vaccines to stimulate the body into a hyper-immune response.  However, when it crosses the blood-brain barrier, it begins to affect the electrical system of the body--the neural pathways.        

We have found that when we create customized essence formulas specifically for the individual with autism, we can reduce symptoms and achieve very positive results in calming behaviours of those with autism, brain injuries, and recurrent seizures by balancing and 'smoothing out' the neural network with living flower frequencies  

So far we have focused on adults with autism, with the permission of their guardians.  The positive results are readily apparent to caretakers within days of initiating the protocol.  However, as the study has only been conducted for less than a year, we are unsure whether it can help everyone to some degree, and whether it may be necessary to use the essences on an ongoing basis to maintain a higher quality of life and function.  At present we do not work with children under 8 years.  

Wouldn't it be wonderful if our research and technology could be used on a larger scale to help lessen the detrimental effects of autism and cognitive disorders?