Palai Hinahina Fern Essence Edible Hydrosol (GRIEF)
Palai Hinahina Fern Essence Edible Hydrosol (GRIEF)

Palai Hinahina Fern Essence Edible Hydrosol (GRIEF)

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The contemplative Palai Hinahina Fern is the personification of Divine Grief.   Just 1-5 drops of the sweet and solemn Fern Essence in food or drink and experience a shift towards the recognition resolution of true Grief, that which exist within and that which is expressed all around you.

  • Comes in 1 oz glass vessel with dropper

  • Palai Hinahina (Sphaerocionium lanceolatum) is the Fern of Emotional Grief. Energetically feminine, Palai Hina grows in super moist environments and prefers to hand from water soaked trees or mossy boulders. She is often weighed by heavy droplets of water which she carries on her blades — because of this she resembles a figure bowing in prayer crying.

  • This contemplative Fern is especially supportive in resolving deep seated attachments of suffering we may assign ourselves in relation to grief.

  • Grief is a low , foundational resonance which is meant to be referential not reactive (see below)

  • The result of hydrosoled oil distillation of Palai Hinahina Fern using sacred Wailuku River water.**

  • The hydrosoled extraction is then placed in a glass or stone bowl which sits atop a copper coiling and connected to a frequency speaker. This speaker transmits i’i Hawaiian chanting (vibrato) into the hydrosol.

  • Small amount of organic food grade alcohol added for preservation and as a antibacterial.

  • Take 1-5 drops daily either directly under tongue or with food or drink. Let the download and recognition begin!

    **All water resourced for the purpose of ingestion is purified via steam distillation.

A thing about GRIEF

Emotional Grief is highly misunderstood, and is commonly categorized as “suffering.” True emotional grief gauges how intensely, and how wholly, we love. At the same time this powerful emotion advises us where we have deep attachments and stagnate energy.

In modern times, Grief is described as a sense of loss and the reaction to which we meet this “loss.” However, what the modern description does not apply is that energy cannot be lost, it merely transforms itself. Do we honor the transformation and thus transcendence of all things in this applied reality? or do we have attachments to them? True Grief teaches us the power of completions. Nothing is fixed in this reality. We may apply the proper reference point to all memories and resource them as tools, medicine, and accomplishment, but never as control or attachments. In this sense, she is the teacher of flow itself or our willingness to remain in flow despite fixations and reactions.