In the late 1920's Dr. Edward Bach, renowned British scientist and physician, observed that his patients' states of mind were directly related to their physical ills. Dr. Bach noted that apprehension, worry, loneliness, boredom, depression, hate uncertainty, hopelessness and fear inhibited one's natural healing powers and ability to prevent disease. Unlike traditional medicines' approach to treating only the symptoms, Bach believed that the way to truly cure an illness was to address the nderlying emotional causes of the disease. After many years of researching the healing properties of flowering plants, he developed 38 NATURAL REMEDIES to alleviate every negative state that he identified. Unlike dangerous drugs and tranquilizers which mask emotional stress, the Bach Remedies act as catalysts to alleviate the underlying emotional causes of stress. They work subtly and gently to restore calm and emotional balance.
To identify your Bach Remedy needs, read the 38 Remedy Indications. Select the remedies which most closely correspond to your basic personality type, or the emotional stress that is being experienced. The effects of these Remedies are very subtle, yet quite profound. They are non-toxic, non-addictive and completely safe to use with other medications. You may take up to three different Remedies at a time. Millions of health practitioners, and individuals throughout the world, use this system for gentle relief and healing. They are a great addition to all healing treatments.
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AGRIMONY - For one, who wears a cheerful, carefree mask to conceal deep troubles, rarely imposing their problems on others. Finds arguments distressing. Often turns to alcohol, drugs, food or work to escape pain.
ASPEN - Vague fears suddenly and unexpectedly arise for no apparent reason. Apprehension.
BEECH - If habits, idiosyncrasies, or differences of others are annoying, if critical of others and unable to see past their faults. For intolerance.
CENTAURY - For difficulty saying no. If you often deny yourself for the sake of others. Always trying to please others. Easily exploited.
CERATO - For lack of confidence in making decisions. If you turn to others for input and are often misguided.
CHERRY PLUM - For the fear of impulsively doing something known to be wrong. Feeling out of control. For some compulsions and obsessions.
CHESTNUT BUD - For one who repeatedly makes the same mistakes, and never learns from the past. If you repeat destructive patterns of behavior and/or relationships.
CHICORY - If your need is to be over-involved in the lives of others, constantly wanting loved ones always nearby. Possessive.
CLEMATIS - For one who withdraws into a fantasy world to escape present unhappiness. Feeling dreamy, drowsy and preoccupied. Enjoys sleep.
CRAB APPLE - For poor self-image. If ashamed of physical condition and/or appearance. For feelings of shame and uncleanliness. For cleansing.
ELM - If feeling overwhelmed and burdened by responsibilities. If feeling down because a task seems too difficult and not within anyone's power to complete.
GENTIAN - If easily discouraged by small problems that cause you to hesitate, doubt yourself and feel depressed. If you tend to make "mountains out of molehills"
GORSE - When feeling hopeless and in despair. Giving up. Believing nothing can be done.
HEATHER - Need to constantly talk about oneself with anyone who will listen. Often unhappy when alone for any period of time. Appear uninterested in others.
HOLLY - For hatred, jealousy, or envy that stems from strong need and desire for more love. Suffering within - often with no real cause for this unhappiness.
HONEYSUCKLE - For one who dwells too much on past happiness, lost loved ones or ambition that never came to pass and never expects to be happy again.
HORNBEAM - If one doubts that they have the strength, mentally or physically, to carry on normal daily activities, yet they always manage to get things done. For fatigue and tiredness often due to boredom.
IMPATIENS - For quick decision makers impatient and irritable when dealing with those slower than themselves. Prefer working alone at their own pace.
LARCH - If you lack confidence in yourself or your abilities. For feelings that you cannot do as well as others. If expectations of failure lead to insufficient attempts to succeed.
MIMULUS - Fearful of something found in everyday life. Fear of dark, public speaking, heights, growing old, etc.
MUSTARD - For feelings of gloom or despair that comes and go with no known reason. Feeling overshadowed by cloud.
OAK - For "fighters" who never give up despite illness or hardship. Even in the face of a lost cause.
OLIVE - Mental and physical exhaustion, as a result of suffering under adverse conditions such as illness or personal ordeal. Vitality is drained. Nothing brings enjoyment.
PINE - For feelings of guilt. For those who blame themselves for the mistakes of others. Never content with others efforts. Often perfectionists.
RED CHESTNUT - For excessive worry about the wellbeing of others. Constantly anticipating the worst will happen.
ROCK ROSE - When feeling very frightened or terrified. Effective in the event of accident, emergency, or sudden illness.
ROCK WATER - For those who are too hard on themselves. Following a way of life or religion strictly, denying oneself life's pleasures.
SCLERANTHUS - If making up your mind is difficult and you are unable to decide between two things. For mood swings. Feeling of being "out of balance."
STAR OF BETHLEHEM - For the trauma experienced during or after receiving serious or bad news, loss of a loved one, or fright following an accident. For refusing to be consoled. For traumas of the past. Grief.
SWEET CHESTNUT - Feel like you have reached the limits of your endurance. Mental despair and anguish seems to be unbearable.
VERVAIN - If you feel you have to convince others and convert them to your ideas. When over enthusiasm sabotages efforts, hindering rather than helping.
VINE - For the confident, capable, self-assured that are often thought to be demanding domineering. Born leaders.
WALNUT - Useful for those experiencing periods of transition and adjustments to new beginnings. Assists in adapting to new environments and situations. Divorce, new job, or move. Can help protect you from other peoples’ negativity, peer pressure or the strong influence of another.
WATER VIOLET - For those who are independent, capable and self-reliant. Loners who often appear aloof. Others find them remote, unapproachable and difficult to befriend.
WHITE CHESTNUT - If experiencing unwanted recurring thoughts and mental arguments that play continuously in your mind like a broken record and often causes sleeplessness.
WILD OAT - For those feeling frustrated because they need to do something with their lives but they have no certain direction. "Lost souls" who have yet to find their niche in life.
WILD ROSE - If resigned to drift through life, making no effort to improve your situation or find joy. "Stuck in a rut". Quietly accepting what life has in store.
WILLOW - Those suffering from adversity or misfortune which is felt to be unjust. Resentful, self-pitying and often bitter.