• erica


      Erica also called heather, is the plant from which we gain the Bach Flower “Heather”, recommended for people who always want attention, they are also called “emotional vampires”. Erica is also a flower with the symbol of moor particularly spread in Northern Europe. This plant together with thistle is the symbol flower of Scotland. This herb has also diuretic, astringent, anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic, sweating, cough relieving, carminative, anti- diarrhea, light sedative and decongestant benefits.

      Erica is beneficent in case of stone in the kidneys, diarrhea, urine infections, dermatitis, cystitis, urethritis, skin infections and of stomach, gout or hypertrophy of prostate. From Erica it is gained also a honey for athletes, which is famous for its anti-anemic, tone-up, antiseptic and tonic for the respiratory system. In the flower language lilac Erica means “loneliness”, while the white one means “protection, “hope” and “participating admiration”. Erica can be consumed as a Bach Flower, but also as an infusion or a decoction.