What are Bach flower remedies?
Bach flower remedies are a natural, gentle way to help you balance your emotions. You may already be familiar with Rescue Remedy, a mix of five remedies that many people use at times of stress.
There are 38 individual remedies. They can each be taken on their own or blended to suit the individual.
Because we all experience and react to things in a different way, your personal feelings will indicate which remedy, or combination of remedies, is right for you.
Any combination of the remedies can be mixed (there are 293 million possible solutions) which means there’s always a mix to help, no matter what you’re experiencing and how often your feelings change.
Because Bach flower remedies are simple and natural, you can learn to use them yourself to help maintain your well-being.
A complementary therapy
Bach flower remedies are safe, non-toxic and have no side effects. They are a complementary therapy, not an alternative therapy, and are safe to use alongside conventional medicine, homeopathy and aromatherapy.
They are not intended as a replacement for medical treatment. However, if you have any concerns about taking them, please consult your doctor.
How do I take the remedies?
I’ll create a 30ml mix of the remedies for you. The bottle will contain two drops of each remedy you need, topped up with still mineral water. I can also add a preservative of brandy or cider vinegar if you would like me to.
You should take the remedy at least four times a day, or more often if you feel you need to.
Either put four drops on your tongue or add them to a drink.
For more information about Bach flower remedies or to book a consultation please email me using my contact form or call me on 01873 811655. I’ll be happy to help.
“Although initially sceptical as to whether the remedies would be effective I found to my surprise that I have been able to cope well with some very stressful events. I would recommend others to give this a go.” Beth
Bach flower remedies can help you cope with all kinds of emotions. For example, many people use them at times of:
- Poor sleep
- Lack of energy
- Lack of confidence
- Worrying thoughts.