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Confident Teens Support© Positive and Self-Assured

Quick Overview

Hides in a shell, withdrawn, lonely, unwilling to engage
Positive expression and attitude, courage, self- confidence

An emotionally supportive flower essence blend to support shy, unconfident or withdrawn teenagers. Supports the natural development of a positive, fearless attitude to life and the ability to move out of the comfort zone and meet the world confidently. Helps teens who want to come out of their shell, make new friends, confront difficulties or meet life’s challenges.


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Confident Teens Support© is ideal for teenagers who are:

• Feeling shy, awkward or uncomfortable socialising
• Having difficulty making new friends, engaging in group activities or being part of a group
• Communicating via technology and avoiding face-to-face social interaction
• Fearful of being rejected by peers or being overly concerned with what others might think
• Feeling different, isolated, misunderstood or not fitting in
• Anxious about relationships, love, social life or making wrong decisions


• Developing courage, confidence and certainty
• Comfortable with being unique and different
• Not being limited by judgements or opinions of others
• Confronting challenges and conflicts to create harmony
• Developing social skills for healthy interaction and communication with others
• Being able to engage, network and create healthy connections

How to use:

Easy to use 20ml oral drops. Place 2-4 drops directly under the tongue.
Adult: Repeat 3-4 times daily. Child: Repeat 2-3 times daily.
Can be taken more frequently if desired and for as long as required.
Alternatively add 8 drops to a bottle of water and drink throughout the day.
For maximum benefit, once the bottle is opened, continue taking until finished.

Additional Information



Alkaline mineral water, ethanol (alcohol as a natural preservative), aqueous botanical infusions of Cook Strait Groundsel (Brachyglottis greyi), Mingimingi (Leucopogon fasciculatus), Wineberry (Aristotelia serrata), Hinau (Elaeocarpus dentatus), Native Iris (Libertia ixioides) and Rewarewa (Knightia excelsa).


Cook Strait Groundsel (Brachyglottis greyi) - Confidence 

For those who experience lack of confidence, despondency or are convinced of failure. Supports the development of self-confidence, self-assurance and self-belief. Supports the ability to confront and overcome difficulties and bounce back in the face of adversity. Supports self-motivation and remaining undeterred by challenges.



Mingimingi (Leucopogon fasciculatus) - Dignity 

For those who feel ‘weighed down’, heavy, sad, low or disinterested. Supports you to lighten up and ‘smell the roses’. Supports you to find quiet inner peace, pleasure in life and satisfaction in your accomplishments.



Wineberry (Aristotelia serrata) - Cooperation 

For those who have difficulty facing and dealing with conflict or unpleasant situations. Supports you to see problems and relationships in the right light. Supports the natural desire for harmony with an ability to confront difficulties. Supports social skills, teamwork and the ability to choose healthy relationships.



Hinau (Elaeocarpus dentatus) - Sacred Space

For those who experience self-doubt and inner uncertainty and who constantly seek others’ opinions. Supports the ability to listen to your inner voice and trust your intuition. Supports self-knowing and emotional maturity. Supports interpersonal skills, a sense of self-completeness and the ability to maintain your own boundaries.



Native Iris (Libertia ixioides) - Individuality

For those who struggle to find their sense of individuality or positive individual expression. Supports you to feel at ease with your own uniqueness and being different. Supports you to bridge the old with the new and create positive change.



Rewarewa (Knightia excelsa) - Participation 

For those who feel emotionally isolated or lonely. Supports your ability to be part of a group while retaining your own identity. Supports participation, social interaction and feeling comfortable connecting and interacting with others face-to-face. Supports social consciousness and social skills.