Bach Flower Remedies

Bach Flower Remedies are a system of healing discovered by Dr Edward Bach in the 1930s. There are 38 plant-based solutions, which treat emotional conditions such as Mental Torture (Agrimony) and Self-Disgust (Crab Apple). They are distilled in brandy and taken in droplets: neat, you can take it, diluted in water if not.

Scan the list of remedies and decide which ones are applicable to you. Unfortunately, to start they may all appear to be applicable to you. I praise the Bach Flower Remedies, yet some of my cynical friends say its their placebo effect or even that tiny doses of brandy throughout the day are bound to make anyone feel better. Even I don't understand how a tincture of flowers can boost confidence or make one less impatient - yet they seem to do so.

Interestingly enough, the Bach Flower Remedies produce excellent results with children, who don't question their efficacy, and with also with animals, who can't either. Dr Edward Bach, developer of the Bach Original Flower Remedies, was a Harley Street doctor and well known Physician, Bacteriologist, Homeopath and Researcher. Despite the success of his work with orthodox medicine he felt dissatisfied with the way doctors were expected to concentrate on diseases and ignore the people who were suffering from them. He was inspired by his work with homoeopathy but wanted to find remedies that would be purer and less reliant on the products of disease. So in 1930 he gave up his lucrative Harley Street practice and left London, determined to devote the rest of his life to a new system of medicine that he was sure could be found in nature. Dr Bach believed that attitude of mind plays a vital role in maintaining health and recovering from illness and wanted to find something that treated the cause rather than the symptom. After identifying 38 basic negative states of mind and spending several years exploring the countryside, he managed to create a plant or flower based remedy for each one.

In 1934 he decided to settle down and create a centre for his work, and chose Mount Vernon, a small cottage in Sotwell, Oxfordshire, UK. He spent the last years of his life at Mount Vernon, also known as the Bach Centre and it was here that he completed his research. Reference: Author: Julian Barnard Order a bottle of genuine Bach Flowers that is especially tailored to your needs: - Click on the link that will take you to the complete list of Bach Flowers. - The emotional state associated with that particular flower is listed with it. - Select 6-7 Bach Flowers to suit you. - Email Pamela at DrPam@GoodGutSolution.com - It will be made up and shipped to you immediately - Cost: $15.00 + shipping Bach Flower List.

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