Indoor Chinese rose, it is also hibiscus, it is also a flower of love. The flower is amazing in its properties and energy. The vitality of this plant is so great that experienced flower growers have long learned to use it: when one of your home plants has recently had a disease or has a painful appearance – put it next to hibiscus: it will help regain lost strength. A positive impact on the health and energy of the family is the most characteristic feature of the Chinese rose.
Almost the entire plant, except the root, can be used as food. Everyone knows that hibiscus can be used to make pleasant tonic tea, but few people know that fresh leaves can be added to salad, stewed with meat, giving it special tenderness, and seeds can be fried and use as a spice for making soups.
The energy of hibiscus attracts the positive feelings of other people, helps those who are in the field of this amazing flower to open up and show their best. In India, hibiscus flowers are woven into wedding wreaths, because this plant is able to really store and protect the most tender feelings that arose between partners. Hibiscus in many countries is a flower symbolizing mercy, love and friendship.
This flower is endowed with the finest, soft, smooth, warm energy. However, when circumstances so require, a plant can become strong and active.
In office premises, the plant eliminates laziness, unwillingness to work, as well as chronic fatigue, stress and overwork. Awakening people to work, to an active lifestyle.
In the house, hibiscus harmonizes the energy field of the house, smoothes the energy of aggression, gloom, painful and negative emotions. This, in a way, is the kind spirit of the house, which is also interesting for the house to have a clean, atmosphere of love, kindness, joy and happiness.
– if the flowers on this plant do not bloom at the time of the year that they should, then soon someone will die in the house. If your hibiscus begins to wither, and its foliage falls, someone in your family is seriously ill (possibly a disease without external manifestations).There is also a contradiction in signs. On the one hand, the Chinese rose is considered to be the flower of love and passion – if you start it at home, the hostess will not end up with fans. On the other hand, hibiscus is called a “husbandegon.”
If this plant grows with a fiancée, then family life will not work out, husbands will leave. Rumor has it that this flower is used in rituals of inducing a “crown of celibacy.”It turns out that Hibiscus is a flower of passion and love (sex), a symbol of fidelity, radiates energy that pushes us to new ideas, helps us overcome stereotypes of thinking, a flower of chastity and fidelity. And at the same time – a hubby-flower?
HIBISKUS (Hibiscus spp.)
Magical powers: carnal passion, love, fortune telling.
Magical use: A
strong infusion is prepared from the red hibiscus flowers, which they drink to excite carnal passion. For this very reason, it is forbidden for women to drink a drink in Egypt.
Hibiscus flowers are used in incense and sacs to attract love.
In tropical countries, wreaths are made of hibiscus for ”
wedding ceremonies.” Sorcerers living on the island of Dobu in the western part of the Pacific Ocean guess with the help of a wooden dish where the water is poured into which several hibiscus rose flowers are thrown.
Ayurveda calls this herb red herb japa .
Japa is a Sanskrit term which means “repetition”: repetition of the no of the Divine, of the Infinite, of a divinity, of sacred words, of a mantra.
The Hibiscus flower indeed reinforces the state of devotional meditation.
This flower is also recognized for destroying the spiritual and material obstacles that we can meet, and thus helps us to achieve our objectives, our way of Life (or Dharma ).
The Hibiscus flower is used to purify the physical and spiritual heart, and to promote wisdom.
Hibiscus also serves as a refreshing drink to combat excess heat in summer.
It is also beneficial in case of kidney and fertility disorders (first and second chakra disorders).