Bach Flower Remedies

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Bach Flower Remedies

Dr Eward Bach

Dr Edward Bach really cared for the wellbeing of others. He wanted to understand why some people got ill and not others; finding the root cause of illness. He went from a doctor to surgeon to bacteriologist to homeopath and finally created the Bach Flower Remedies system. He didn’t like the intrusion of surgery, or injecting vaccines, homeopathy was closer aligned with his thinking: Treat the person and not the disease. He observed that when people are exposed to the same possibility of getting ill, only some people got ill. He concluded that a person’s thoughts, outlook on life and emotional triggers played a huge role in their wellbeing. He created the Bach Flower Remedy system to counteract negative emotions by bringing in the positive virtue.

Dr Bach listed 38 remedies to help overcome negative emotions using up to 7 remedies in a personal Bach Remedy, over 200 million different combinations can be made to reflect a person’s current state of mind. Restoring balance in the mind, body and soul, you are able to improve a person’s wellbeing.

How to use Bach Flower Remedies

You take 4 drops 4 times a day, from your personal Bach Remedy bottle. First thing in the morning and last thing at night. Take the drops orally or in a little water. You can take an additional dosage (4 drops) during the day, when you are in need of support.

Alternative option: you can take your first dose in the morning, then place 8 drops in a bottle of water to sip throughout the day and take the last dose just before bed.

A personal Bach Remedy bottle should last around 3 weeks.

Grouping of Bach Flower Remedies

Fear

Rock Rose: Treats terror.
Mimulus: Gives you courage to face your fears, known fears.
Aspen: Treats fears you can’t name, settles an eerie feeling.
Cherry Plum: Helps you gain control and not lash out.
Red Chestnut: When overly fearful of the safety of loved ones.

Uncertainty

Cerato: When you are always asking advice, doubting your decisions.
Scleranthus: When you can’t make a decision, stuck between options.
Gentian: Helps overcome setbacks and discouragement.
Gorse: Helps with pessimism, feeling hopeless and giving up.
Hornbeam: When you’re tired of just thinking about the task ahead.
Wild Oat: When you need clarity on your path in life.

Insufficient interest in present circumstances

Clematis:  If you are prone to daydreaming.
Honeysuckle: Help those who are stuck in the past be more present.
Wild Rose: To help find the spark, instead of going with the flow.
Olive: Restore your energy after being exhausted on all levels.
White Chestnut: Stop worrying thoughts from playing over and over in one’s mind.
Mustard: When you are hit by the blues for no reason.
Chestnut Bud: Help you break patterns and notice life lessons.

Loneliness

Water Violet: Help private, independent people be more socially apt.
Impatiens: To find balance in being impatient.
Heather: Fear of being alone, overly talkative.

Oversensitivity to influences & ideas

Agrimony: Hide true feeling, by making light of difficult situations.
Centaury: Being a people pleaser, neglecting own needs.
Walnut: When you are sensitive to outside influences.
Holly: When you feel prickly towards others, hatred and revenge.

Despondency & despair

Larch: Gives you confidence to try and not worry about failing.
Pine: To help overcome feelings of guilt and unfounded guilt.
Elm: When you are overwhelmed by your responsibilities.
Sweet Chestnut: Gives you hope when you have hit rock bottom.
Star of Bethlehem: Help overcome loss and shock, and trauma.
Willow: Help to overcome self-pity and find joy in life.
Oak: For people who push pass their limits and not able to rest when needed.
Crab Apple: Helps for cleansing, skin conditions and deep seated shame.

Overcare for the welfare of others

Chicory: When you can’t help being overbearing, needing to be in loved one’s lives.
Vervain: When you are over enthusiastic and trying to get everybody on your side.
Vine: When you like others to do things your way no matter what.
Beech: For being over-critical and irritated by other’s behaviour.
Rock Water:
Being set in our ways, hoping others will learn from our example.

Consultations & Dispensing
Bach Flower Remedies

Consultation (60 min) 
Catch up & dispense; Personal Bach Flower Remedy included @R400
Follow-up Consultation (30min)
Check-in & refill; Personal Bach Remedy included @R290

Buy Bach Flower Remedies as personal remedies:
Refill of Personal Bach Remedy @R90
Dispensing of Bach Remedy @R100
(Select your own remedies for collection or courier)

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