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Why take the Bach Flowers?

Why take the Bach Flowers?

I must admit for most of January I was not taking any remedies due to not feeling well. Outside the weather was dark and miserable which also contributed to not having the motivation to get better and also gave me a low mood.

When I am not taking the remedies, I find that I am still aware of which remedies ‘I should be taking’ and how they could help me to overcome the negative emotions I am experiencing at the time.

There are 38 remedies in total which each correspond to a negative mood – fear, anxiety, doubt, impatience, grief, indecision, restlessness etc.  The remedies work gently by bringing out the positive emotions that are lying dormant within you.

‘Nothing in nature can hurt us when we are happy and in harmony, on the contrary all nature is there for our use and our enjoyment. It is only when we allow doubt and depression, indecision, or fear to creep in that we are sensitive to outside influences’ Dr. Bach – Free Thyself 1932

Dr. Bach wanted to make the remedies as simple as possible and any of the 38 remedies can be taken up to seven at any one time. For passing moods simply take 2 drops of the remedy or remedies of your choice and take directly into you mouth or add to a beverage of your choice.

If you wish to take more remedies over a longer time you can make a personal blend. Simply add 2 drops (4 of Rescue Remedy) each of up to 7 remedies into a 30ml mixing bottle and add spring water. Take 4 drops at least 4 times a day either directly into the mouth or added to a beverage for up to 3 weeks.

If you cannot decide for yourself which remedies may be appropriate a Bach Foundation Registered Practitioner can assist with a consultation.

For more information : Bach Centre and Bach Flowers Canada


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