Bach flower therapy


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Bach flower therapy

[Edward Bach, British physician, 1886–1936]
A form of aromatherapy in which the essences of wildflowers are used to promote wellness.

Bach flower therapy

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As well, some therapists use PSE in conjunction with psychotherapy, classical homeopathy, darkfield microscopy or Bach flower therapy, likewise reporting very good results.
Since leaving the Rhondda Valleys in the 80's to study dental surgery in King's College, London, his horizons have expanded into the field of complementary medicine, namely crystal and energy healing and Bach flower therapy.
Bach Flower Therapy, Theory and Practice, Thorsons Publishers, Rochester, VT, 1987.
The sight covers acupressure, acupuncture, audio-phonetic pychology, Bach flower therapy, biotherapy, craniasacral, Alexander Technique, colon therapy, naturapathy, reflexology, kinisiology, herbal therapy, lymph drainage, magnetic therapy, massage, metamorphic therapy, reiki, hypnosis, rolfing, shialsu, touch for health, Trager and so on.