Malus Pumila, or common apple, is one of the first fruits to be cultivated. Apples can be found in a variety of sizes and colors. The trees are grown throughout temperate regions. Apples contain pectin, quercetin, and phloretin. Apples, like many other fruits, contain nutrients that are beneficial to good health. Apples have been used for diarrhea, constipation, digestive complaints, gallstones, teeth, and more. Apples are great for good nutrition.
In flower essences, Malus Pumila (Crab apple) is used for cleansing the mind and body. The homeopathic remedy targets feelings of self-hatred and disgust. Crab apple helps a person look in the mirror without unrealistic criticism. It is just one of thirty eight flower remedies that help soothe the mind and body, promoting over-all personal well-being.
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