Bach Flower Remedies

A complementary healing system

How can Bach Flower
Remedies help you?

Bach Flower Remedies (BFR) are flower essences  preserved in brandy. With only 2-4 drops BFR in natural mineral water, there is no side affects, no over dozing, and it complements allopathic and other alternate healing modalities.

Dr. Edward Bach believed that physical symptoms emanate from emotional issues. By alleviating the underlying negative emotions, the physical symptoms also improve.

Get to know Bach Flower Remedies

All the descriptions are based on Dr. Bach's book, the Twelve Healers and Other Remedies. To read the book, you can visit the Bach Centre Website.

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Agrimony

Humans: Mask their true emotions

Animals: Anxiety

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Aspen

Humans: Vague unknown fears

Animals:  Noises, other presence

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Beech

Humans:  Intolerant, Critical

Animals: : Irritable, rejection   

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Centaury

Humans: Cannot say no

Animals: Weak, submissive

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Cerato

Humans: Cannot take decisions

Animals: Under-confident

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Cherry Plum

Humans: Fear of mind giving away

Animals: Lack of control, hysteria

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Chestnut bud

Humans: Failure to learn from mistakes

 

Animals: Learning process

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Chicory

Humans: Selfishly possessive

Animals: Possessiveness

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Clematis

Humans: Day dreaming

Animals: Inattentive, Lethargic

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Crab Apple

Humans: Cleansing

Animals: Cleansing

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Elm

Humans: Over-whelmed

Animals: Pain, over-whelmed

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Gentian

Humans: :    Despondent

Animals: :    Discouraged

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Gorse

Humans: Hopelessness, despair

Animals: Resignation

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Heather

Humans: Need constant companionship

​Animals: Attention seeking

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Holly

Humans: Jealousy, envy, insecure

Animals: Hyper-sensitive, rage

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Honeysuckle

Humans: Who live in the past

Animals: Melancholy, Regression

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Hornbeam

Humans: Insufficient strength

Animals: Weakness, lack of energy

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Impatiens

Humans: Impatience, irritability, short tempered

​Animals: Restless, nervous animals

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Larch

Humans: Under-confident, expect to fail 

Animals: Under-confident

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Mimulus

Humans: Fear of known things

Animals: Fear

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Mustard

Humans: Gloominess, Depression

Animals: Depression, Sadness

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Oak

Humans: Struggles on dutifully

Animals: No known application

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Olive

Humans: Mental or physical exhaustion

Animals: Exhaustion

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Pine

Humans: Guilty

Animals: No known application

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Red Chestnut

Humans: Over worry for family and friends

Animals: Over-attached

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Rock Rose

Humans: Panic attack, acute anxiety, nightmares

​Animals: Panic, terror, paralysis

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Rock Water

Humans: Perfectionists

Animals: Resistance to change

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Scleranthus

Humans: Can't decide between two options

​Animals: Instability

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Star Of Bethlehem

Humans: Trauma, bereavement

Animals: Traumatic shock

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Sweet Chestnut

Humans: Unbearable anguish

Animals: Extreme anguish

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Vervain

Humans: Over enthusiastic

Animals: Excessive manifestation

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Vine

Humans: Dominating, controlling

​Animals: Dominant, territorial

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Walnut

Humans: Protection from changes, constancy

Animals: Adapting to changes

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Water Violet

Humans: Alone, aloof

​Animals: Excessive isolation

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White Chestnut

Humans: Repetitive thoughts  

Animals: :  Obsessive behaviours

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Wild Oats

Humans: Looking for a sense of purpose in life

​Animals:  None

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Wild Rose

Humans: Inertia, apathy, easily bored

Animals: Apathy

Willow

Humans: Self-pity, bitterness, resentment

​Animals: Resentment

Rescue Remedy

Humans: Shock and stress

​Animals: Stability in stressful situations