While visiting The Standard’s Book Stand, we of course had to hide away a little goodie to share with you guys. One item that had a neat little display and that was certainly intriguing were the LA made Alexis Smart Flower Remedies, these little bright blue glass droplet bottles with discrete brown paper stickers on them. The goods are natural formulas from flower essences that are intended to make you feel better and healthier in a safe way. If you’re one of those people who likes to indulge (“indulge”) in natural therapies, this is for you.
The remedies can do everything from calm your nerves (Like the anti-anxiety and quiet giving Peaceful Warrior.) to help you have a better relationship (Like with the In Love remedy that promises to attract and deepen meaningful relationships). Alexis has been practicing her craft for almost ten years now and pulls her recipes from famed homeopath Dr. Edward Bach and has worked with people from his lineage. There is obviously a deep tie to nature and getting back to your best self by tying the two together.
We picked up the Ganesh, which is supposed to help cure creative blocks and bring about success. While the claim is quite big and we have been joking that repeated use will bring us a million dollars, there is a calming and euphoric something the elixir gives you. The concoction is made from “healing herbs” from Herefordshire, England which is combined with Arkansas hot springs water and with handcrafted California brandy, which actually may be why it instantly gives you a little kick. You place four drops under your tongue four times a day and repeated usage will unfold the benefits for you. We are very excited to see what happens.
Yes, using these natural remedies takes a specific person who is willing to dish out $25 and who accepts to remove the block of skepticism to allow nature to make you feel better. Are we confident this will work and bring us millions? Let’s say the remedy has not gotten that far yet. We recommend you try them and you can pick them up at local stores Dream Collective, Strange Invisible Perfumes, Tomboy, and of course Book Stand. You can also pick them up online here.