Yarrow flower essence helps the sensitive person to be less affected by other people's moods or less than harmonious environments. It sets boundaries for those who are empathetic, those in healing/care-giving arenas who pick up other people's issues and are deeply affected by them. I feel that sometimes what's said to be mental disorders are actually a sensitivity to environmental and energetic conditions. In those cases, Yarrow would be beneficial. It may strengthen those who have other conditions relating to their environment such as multiple chemical sensitivity, electromagnetic frequencies or allergies.
Moonshine Yarrow protects you from other people's anger and negativity. Think of it as a vaccine, because anger displays from one person can radically affect everyone else around them. Someone else's dissatisfaction doesn't need to become your own.
Golden Yarrow is for the social and mental aspects of relating to others without feeling vulnerable. Helps you to interact with others from a place of strength combined with sensitivity. It's an especially good remedy if you are one who puts up walls when in relationship with other people.
Pink Yarrow aids in discerning one's own emotions from what's being picked up from others. Helps you set healthy boundaries while remaining compassionate.
Rhubarb helps us cast off negative energy that we pick up from others during the normal process of interaction.
Black Locust is protective against energy that is projected deliberately or psychic attack. When we feel vulnerable to attack from others, can feel their anger and negativity being directed at us with intention, black locust is strengthening.
Dill flower essence deals with sensory overload. Our present culture tends to distract and overstimulate to the point where we have a type of spiritual ADD. The trick is to remain functional in a modern world where sights, sounds and smells are coming at you from everywhere. The usual way of dealing, is to dull down so that we do not become overwhelmed, but what's needed is to refine and clarify, so that the senses become a vehicle for revelation. Dill helps us put it all together to have the whole picture, rather than a bunch of little sensory impressions.