Bach flower remedy


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Bach flower remedy

Flower essence therapy
A form of alternative healthcare delineated by a British physician, Edward Bach. In Bach therapy, flowers are used to directly address a person’s emotional state and to facilitate both psychological and physiological well-being; by balancing negative feelings and stress, flower remedies can remove the emotional barriers to health and recovery. Bach descibed 38 concoctions, which consist of infusions prepared from freshly-picked, sun-exposed flowers placed in spring water and brandy, which forms a so-called “Mother Essence.”
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The Bach Flower remedy Rock Rose can help make people who always think they're right become more tolerant.
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Shaking and anxiety are commonly found in multiple sclerosis sufferers and so the use of either the Bach Flower Remedy or the Emergency Essence are recommended.
For further information on Bach Flower Remedies or to interview a Bach Flower Remedy Practitioner, please contact Amber Bradbury at GCI Healthcare on +44 (0) 20 7072 4267.
The Bach Flower remedy Crab Apple, which is taken as drops in water, is also claimed to be able to help with feelings of nausea.
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