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Bach Flower Remedies ®

Bach flower remedies were formulated by Dr. Edward Bach in the 1930's. Dr. Bach wasn't only known as a regular physician but he was also known as a homeopathic practitioner.

Bach developed these flower remedies with the belief that each flower essence was effective for bringing balance to the emotions, therefore promoting health in the body.

It is important to note that although Bach flower remedies are often associated with homeopathy, they do not follow the same principles or theory. Although they are made from the flower essences of wild plants, trees and bushes, they do not involve the usage of anything toxic.

The Bach Flower Remedies® are 100% safe and natural and work in conjunction with herbs, homeopathy and medications. They are safe for everyone, including children, pregnant women, pets, elderly and even plants.

They are considered a gentle way to manage your emotions and to help maintain a healthy, positive outlook.

How many are there?

There are a total of 38 Bach flower remedies. Each one is known for it's specific qualities and it's effects on particular negative emotions. You will find them below listed in alphabetical order.

Common Recommendations

Depression - mustard, elm, sweet chestnut, willow, gorse, gentian

Stress - oak, elm, sweet chestnut, cherry plum, white chestnut, impatiens

Fear and Anxiety - rock rose, mimulus, cherry plum, aspen, red chestnut, white chestnut

Panic Attacks - rock rose, mimulus, cherry plum, Rescue Remedy®

Phobias - mimulus

Separation Anxiety - mimulus, walnut

Jet Lag - olive, walnut, impatiens, Sleep Remedy®

Popular Remedies

Rescue Remedy® is a ready-to-go mixture that is meant to use anytime you need emotional stability. Many people keep this popular remedy handy and have found it extremely helpful in times when panic attacks occur or when emotions reach an unbearable strength.

Sleep Remedy® is a handy pre-mixed solution that is made specifically for those who are having difficulty in sleeping. Many people take this remedy with them when they are traveling and oftentimes, they use it at home to help alleviate their insomnia.

Bach flower remedies now also come in a delicious, chewable form called pastilles. Many people find these pastilles to be more convenient and more discrete.

Recommended Reading

The Encyclopedia of Bach Flower Therapy  by Mechthild Scheffer

The Bach Flower Remedies  by Dr. Edward Bach

Looking for a Bach Flower Remedy Practitioner?

To find a practitioner in your own country, be sure to visit the Bach Foundation Referral List

Many of the listed flower remedies can purchased in bulk and used in herbal teas.

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