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Bach Flower Remedies

Bach Flower Remedies

Bach Flower Remedies

For more information on each Flower Remedy click on its name

Agrimony, Aspen, Beech, Centaury, Cerato, Cherry Plum, Chestnut Bud, Chicory, Clematis, Crab Apple, Elm, Genitian, Gorse, Heather, Holly, Honeysuckle, Hornbeam, Impatiens, Larch, Mimulus, Mustard, Oak, Olive, Pine, Red Chestnut, *Rescue Remedy, Rock Rose, Rock Water, Scleranthus, Star of Bethlehem, Sweet Chestnut, Vervain, Vine, Walnut, Water Violet, White Chestnut, Wild Oat, Wild Rose, Willow

“…so long as our Souls and personalities are in harmony all is joy and peace, happiness and health.”  Dr. Edward Bach

Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria)
For those who wear a social and happy mask but ‘swallow’ their true thoughts and feelings to keep the surface ‘peace’ by overeating, drinking and smoking, Agrimony opens the throat chakra and promotes honest verbal expression without fear of conflict. (back to top)

Aspen (Populus tremula)
For those afraid of the unknown who tremble with insecurity and anxiety when faced with new experiences, Aspen helps to calm and clear the mind and restores faith in ourselves to find the reasons for our fears. (back to top)

Beech (Fagus sylvatica)
For those who are critical, judgemental, intolerant of others and perfectionists by nature, Beech helps to accept others and their differences without judgement or fault-finding, and helps them use their critical faculty in a positive way. (back to top)

Crab Apple (Malus sylvestris)
For those who feel dirty or unclean, obsessive or disgusted with some aspect of themselves, Crab Apple is an emotional cleanser that brings hidden things to light to help clean the slate for a fresh start. This is a helpful remedy for those who have been sexually violated as it cleans any sense of ‘dirtiness’. (back to top)

Elm (Ulmus procera)
For strong, capable people who feel despondent and inadequate when exhausted and overwhelmed by their responsibilities and workload, Elm restores confidence, encourages delegation of responsibilities, and teaches us to first take responsibility for ourselves. (back to top)

Gentian (Gentiana amarella)
For those who experience depression of the heart, often falling in love with the unattainable and addicted to love and lovers, Gentian brings positive, uplifting energy to the heart which creates genuine optimism and faith in one’s self and others, teaching it’s better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. (back to top)

Gorse (Ulex europaeus)
For those who are totally negative, despairing and in a state of hopeless depression, unable to see any light on the horizon, Gorse teaches there are always choices that we don’t always see, and switches on the light so we can.
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Heather (Calluna vulgaris)
For needy people who constantly seek attention by talking about themselves in great detail, often using illness as a lifeline to make contact with others as they fear isolation and loneliness, Heather brings inspiration to create and live an independent life, enjoying one’s own company. (back to top)

Holly (Ilex aquifolium)
For intense, passionate people who experience hatred, jealousy, envy and suspicion, often displaying self-destructive behaviour, Holly helps us face ourselves honestly so we can understand and accept who we are, and opens the heart to feel love within ourselves and towards others. (back to top)

Honeysuckle (Lonicera caprifolium)
For nostalgic people who live in the past and reminisce of days gone by, Honeysuckle helps one to let go of the past and live in the now, teaching that we can’t step in the same river twice as the river will always change. (back to top)

Hornbeam (Carpinus betulus)
For those who feel exhausted, weak, weary and too tired to care, Hornbeam is a convalescent remedy that restores energy and deep inner strength and helps one use their energy wisely. (back to top) 

Impatiens (Impatiens glandulifera)
For fast, hyperactive and impatient people who rush through life, becoming irritable and frustrated under stress, Impatiens brings a gentle calming energy that restores patience and tolerance, teaching that everything worthwhile takes time, and that the journey is more important than the destination. (back to top)

Larch (Larix decidua)
For those with an inferiority complex, who lack confidence and expect to fail, believing they are not as good as others, Larch brings a sense of uniqueness, restoring confidence and determination from within, and teaches that in doing one’s personal best there’s no such thing as failure. (back to top)

Mimulus (Mimulus guttatus)
For those with specific, known fears and phobias, who ‘freeze’ on the spot, and are threatened by changes to their boundaries, Mimulus neutralises the feeling of being afraid and brings courage and understanding, teaching that life’s process is a spiral of expansion. (back to top)

Mustard (Sinapis arvensis)
For those who experience melancholy and gloom or prone to manic depression, schizophrenia, often due to hormonal changes or chemical imbalances, Mustard helps to lift the weight and darkness of the black cloud. It restores emotional stability with an inner serenity that nothing can shake or destroy. (back to top)

Oak (Quercus robur)
For those who work hard, constantly striving and physically pushing themselves beyond their limits, Oak reminds us there’s no growth in coping or denying our limits, and encourages reaching out to others and learning to receive, so we may experience deep inner strength through sharing our ‘weaknesses’. (back to top)

Olive (Olea europaea)
For those in a state of complete exhaustion, who have been suffering and in pain for a long time, Olive is the remedy of rejuvenation as it brings a sense of being filled with energy and inspiration from a deep place inside. Azərbaycan onlayn kazinoların siyahısı Azərbaycanın ən yaxşı onlayn kazinolarının reytinqi Azərbaycan onlayn kazinolarının reytinqi Olive is a lubricating remedy and is beneficial for joints that need ‘oiling’. It restores calmness, peace and harmony, and energy to put back into one’s life again. (back to top)

Pine (Pinus sylvestris)
For those who lack self-worth and don’t feel ‘good enough’, who often feel guilty, blaming themselves and apologizing for no reason, Pine helps us accept our faults without clinging to them. Pine restores self-worth and self-accetance with genuine humility and modesty. (back to top)

Red Chestnut (Aesculus carnea)
For those who are over-concerned and over-anxious for others, who always ‘feel’ for people and carry their burdens, Red Chestnut strengthens the aura and brings discernment, enabling one to care about others without carrying their problems. An excellent remedy for those sensitive to other people’s emotions. (back to top)

*Rescue Remedy™ (Rockrose, Impatiens, Cherry Plum, Clematis, Star of Bethlehem)
Dr Edward Bach’s five-flower formula known as Rescue Remedy™ is for use in any emergency situation where there is fear, panic, anxiety, shock, emotional upset or distress of any kind, bringing a sense of calm reassurance and comfort to help us better cope with life’s upheavals, whatever they may be. (back to top)

Rock Rose (Helianthemum nummularium)
For those experiencing terror, panic and extreme fright, sometimes with severe physical reactions, Rock Rose has a very direct calming effect on the mind, helping one maintain serenity through any challenging situation. It is beneficial in times of anaphylactic shock and allergic reaction. (back to top)

Rock Water (solarised spring water)
For those who are inflexible, living their lives by hard and fast rules, who repress and deny themselves to live up to their ideals of perfectionism through self-control, Rock Water gently wears away the stone so they may live in the world in a more flexible way, teaching self-mastery comes from self-understanding, not self-control. (back to top)

Scleranthus (Scleranthus annuus)
For those experiencing imbalance, indecision and hesitancy, who find it difficult to decide between two things, going from one extreme to another and feeling split in two, Scleranthus gently restores balance, and reconnects the heart and the mind to help us feel our way through our decisions, teaching it’s the mind not the heart that’s indecisive. (back to top)

Star of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum umbellatum)
For those who have experienced shock and its after effects, either recently or in the past, Star of Bethlehem brings calmness, neutralises the effects of shock and gives clarity of the issues being held in the body which enables us to release these energies, restoring faith in ourselves and our ability to deal with life as it happens. (back to top)

Sweet Chestnut (Castanea sativa)
For those experiencing deep despair, who have reached the absolute limit of their endurance and can bear it no more, feeling numb, empty and isolated, Sweet Chestnut lures the soul back into the body, brings a sense of being filled with inspiration, and restores alertness to the senses creating a renewed interest in one’s life and in others. (back to top)

Vervain (Verbena officinalis)
For over-enthusiastic reformers, converters and workaholics who physically and mentally wear themselves out in their efforts to change the world, Vervain soothes the stress and strain of constantly striving, encourages taking time for relaxation, and helps one to live their life according to their own truths without forcing their beliefs onto others. (back to top)

Vine (Vitis vinifera)
For strong-willed, ambitious, dominating authoritarians, who move towards having power and control of a situation by fair or foul means, Vine fosters compassion and a desire to share, guide and inspire others, enabling them to help others help themselves by teaching them look within for their own answers. (back to top)

Walnut (Juglans regia)
For those who experience hypersensitivity to their environment, Walnut strengthens the aura, giving a feeling of protection and safety, and is a useful remedy in times of transition as it helps to break links with people, places and habits that have a negative effect and drain one’s energy. (back to top)

Water Violet (Hottonia palustris)
For those who are proud, condascending and aloof, who are uncomfortable in crowds and tend to retreat as they are basically self-reliant, shy and prefer their own company, Water Violet gently lures the spirit out, helping those who are shy to blossom, feel comfortable in social situations, and appreciate the company of others. (back to top)

White Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum)
For those experiencing constant mental chatter, worry, and persistent unwanted thoughts, White Chestnut quietens the mind, restores mental clarity, and allows feelings and intuition to filter through to our consciousness, teaching there’s always solutions that a calm, clear mind will find. (back to top)

Wild Oat (Bromus ramosus)
For talented, varied people who are good at whatever they do and become despondent, confused and uncertain about their life’s direction, unable to find the one thing that will bring deep, inner satisfaction, Wild Oat releases frustrated energy, helps one sort out their life by making decisions based on what brings true happiness, with the courage to follow their heart. (back to top)

Wild Rose (Rosa canina)
For those in a state of resignation and apathy, often due to long-term illness, who lack motivation, vitality and interest in their lives, Wild Rose gives the energy and will-power needed to fight back, and brings renewed interest and joy in one’s life. (back to top)

Willow (Salix vitellina)
For those who harbour resentment and bitterness towards others, suppressing and storing their cold, hard anger and bearing grudges for a long time, Willow fosters forgiveness and brings flexibility and acceptance of self and others, teaching we can’t change others or the world we live in, but we can change our attitude and our perspective. (back to top)

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