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Bach flower remedies
The Bach flower remedies are 38 homeopathically prepared plant and flower based remedies, each one specifically devised to treat a different feeling. These remedies help you to manage the emotional demands of every-
They are the original flower remedies made according to the exact traditions of Dr. Edward Bach..
The Bach flower remedies work by stimulating he body's own capacity to heal itself, by balancing negative feelings, helping you to take control and feel good about yourself. They are unique, suitable for all the family, and cannot be harmful.
During a consultation, our therapist will lead you through a simple question & answer session to establish your emotional state, and then prepare an appropriate mixture of flower essences to help relieve your condition.
Dr. Edward Bach, a Harley Street doctor, created the Bach Flower Remedies in the 1930's. His philosophy, 'A healthy mind ensures a healthy body' was ahead of it's time when you consider that today more and more experts are acknowledging the links between our mental and physical health.
Dr. Edward Bach
Dr. Bach devised a system of seven major emotional groups under which people could be classified, such as Fear, Uncertainty or Loneliness. He categorised 38 negative states of mind under these groups. Then, using his knowledge of homeopathy, Dr. Bach formulated a plant or flower based remedy to treat each of these emotional states -
Here are the 38 remedies and their indications.
mental torture behind a cheerful face
fear of unknown things
the inability to say 'no'
lack of trust in one's own decisions
fear of the mind giving way
failure to learn from mistakes
selfish, possessive love
dreaming of the future without working in the present
the cleansing remedy, also for self-
overwhelmed by responsibility
discouragement after a setback
hopelessness and despair
hatred, envy and jealousy
living in the past
procrastination, tiredness at the thought of doing something
lack of confidence
fear of known things
deep gloom for no reason
the plodder who keeps going past the point of exhaustion
exhaustion following mental or physical effort
terror and fright
inability to choose between alternatives
Star of Bethlehem
Extreme mental anguish, when everything has been tried and there is no light left
dominance and inflexibility
protection from change and unwanted influences
pride and aloofness
unwanted thoughts and mental arguments
uncertainty over one's direction in life
drifting, resignation, apathy
There is also a combination remedy for 'crisis situations' called Rescue Remedy.
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