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Bach Flower Remedies

The use of plants and flowers have a long standing tradition in folkloric medicine. This series of 38 preparations made from wild flowers and plants is called after its originator, an English physician named Dr Edward Bach. Bach thought inner disharmony and negative feelings are the basis of physical ill health and was convinced that flower essences could be used to lift a person's spirits allowing the body to heal itself. On the basis of this, he classified various moods into seven categories and then subdivided these into 38 negative feelings. Each is treated by a particular remedy eg. aspen for apprehension, wild rose for apathy. Rescue remedy, which is made of 5 different essences, is perhaps the best known and is used to treat severe shock.

Bach Flower Remedies are very useful in the treatment of the following condition: asthma, AIDS, anxiety, depression, eczema, burns, cuts and bruises, psoriasis, ME, shock, stress.

You are recommended to seek advice of a qualified health practitioner. To find a qualified practitioner in your area look in the Practitioner Directory.

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