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flower remedy

(1) Aromatherapy, see there.
(2) Bach flower remedy, see there.
(3) A permutation and extension of the Bach flower remedies that was developed in the 1970s by R Katz, who added more than one hundred flower essences to Bach’s original 38; the means by which the flower remedies are selected include intuition and muscle testing.
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A few drops of Bach Original Flower Remedy Mustard could help you to lift the dark
Keep Rescue Remedy or a similar flower remedy with you for use in emergencies; try other flower essences to help your dog switch emotional gears, reduce anxiety, and enjoy life.
It is a flower remedy tincture which you drop under the tongue to help you relax.
Rescue remedy: A batch Flower Remedy made from a selection of flower essences in an alcohol base.
A book about Peru, where I'm hoping to go travelling in the summer, and a bottle of Rescue Remedy, a Bach flower remedy vital for exam nerves.
GIVE YOURSELF A HELPING HAND If losing an hour's sleep has made you feel exhausted, then Bach Original Flower Remedy Olive can help restore your vitality and allow you to finish the day's tasks on top form.
A THE flower remedy Emergency Essence can be taken as often as needed.
Kris Lecakes-Haley, a Bach Flower Remedy practitioner at Animal Synergy in Phoenix, Arizona, calls Rescue Remedy one of the world's top-selling stress relievers.
Flower Remedy White Chestnut to help ease stress costs pounds 3.
He also recommends the flower remedy wisteria, which helps you let go, and Royal Jelly, which contains testosterone.
Olive Bach Flower Remedy can treat weariness while arnica eases exhaustion and aching muscles after sustained physical activity.