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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-day life

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 - these are the unique Bach Flower Remedies.

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

Cherry Plum

    fear of the mind giving way

Chestnut Bud

    failure to learn from mistakes


    selfish, possessive love


    dreaming of the future without working in the present

Crab Apple

    the cleansing remedy, also for self-hatred


    overwhelmed by responsibility


    discouragement after a setback


    hopelessness and despair


    self-centredness and self-concern


    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



Red Chestnut

    over-concern for the welfare of loved ones

Rock Rose

    terror and fright

Rock Water

    self-denial, rigidity and self-repression


    inability to choose between alternatives

Star of Bethlehem


Sweet Chestnut

    Extreme mental anguish, when everything has been tried and there is no light left




    dominance and inflexibility


    protection from change and unwanted influences

Water Violet

    pride and aloofness

White Chestnut

    unwanted thoughts and mental arguments

Wild Oat

    uncertainty over one's direction in life

Wild Rose

    drifting, resignation, apathy


    self-pity and resentment

There is also a combination remedy for 'crisis situations' called Rescue Remedy.

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Book tips

The Encyclopaedia of Bach Flower Therapy (Paperback)

by Mechtild Scheffer

The most comprehensive reference on Bach flower therapy in print. * Includes the latest information on Bach flower remedies, combination remedies, diagnosis, instructions for preparation, body maps, and more. * Illustrated with color plates of the Bach flowers and Kirlian photographs of the energy signature of each flower. * By the author of the bestselling Bach Flower Therapy.

The author provides a therapeutic profile for each remedy and specific instructions for preparing combination remedies to heal more complex conditions. Thorough diagnostic guidelines, interview questions, progress evaluations, and body maps guide both the practitioner and novice to the proper remedies for innumerable emotional and physical ailments. The author also gives advice for using Bach flower remedies in pediatrics and veterinary medicine. With more than 120 color photographs, The Encyclopedia of Bach Flower Therapy is the complete reference for everyone who studies and practices this therapy.

The Bach Remedies Workbook (Paperback)

by Stefan Ball

The Bach Remedies Workbook is a complete self-contained guide in the selection and use of the Bach Flower Remedies. Written by a consultant at the Dr Edward Bach Centre, the course starts from first principles and in seven progressive sections covers all 38 of the Bach Flower Remedies and the states of mind and emotions they can be used to help. The book includes practical exercises, quizzes and games, as well as grounded advice, to help readers gain a comprehensive grasp of Dr Bach's famous system. Although this unique course has been put together with the beginner in mind, the practical nature of the course-work means that it will be equally useful to experienced users of the remedies and to students preparing to take the Practitioners Courses run by the Dr Edward Bach Foundation.


The Essential Writings of Dr. Edward Bach (Paperback)

by Edward Bach

Two short works by Dr Edward Bach: essential reading for anyone interested in the Bach Flower Remedies. "The Twelve Healers" Introduces Dr Bach's world-renowned remedies, which provide a system for healing the mental and spiritual anguish at the root of ill health and unhappiness. The 38 remedies are grouped in seven helpful categories and advice is given on the types of personality most likely to benefit from each remedy. In "Heal Thyself", Dr Bach explains the philosophy that underpins any practical work with the remedies. He looks at the real cause and cure of disease, and gives practical as well as spiritual guidance on how we can all help to heal ourselves.