Bach Flower Remedies

In the early part of the 20th century Dr Edward Bach made a study of patients from which he concluded that harmful emotions such as fear or despair may lead to physical disease. Convinced that flowers could affect one’s state of mind he developed his flower remedies.

By holding his hand over each flower he believed that he could intuitively discern its healing properties. By 1936 Bach remedies were being made commercially.

The remedies are not intended to directly relieve the symptoms of an ailment, as they work on both a physical and emotional level. Bach divided the various moods into seven categories.

Each category is divided into 38 negative feelings. Each one of these is associated with a plant.

Bach Flower therapists are specifically trained in all aspects of the 38 flower remedies, thereby enabling patients to heal emotionally and physically.


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