Introduction to Bach Flowers
Bach Flowers are a wonderful tool to keep your balance in everyday life.
The remedies can restore emotions like worry, hatred and indecision by connecting the person to inner peace and harmony, which stimulates the body’s ability to heal itself.
They work primarily on the emotional level, but since the body and mind cannot be viewed as separated their effect is overall.
It is just like Dr. Bach, the founder of Bach Flowers, said:
“Health depends on being in harmony with your soul.” Edward Bach, 1932
The 38 Bach Flower Remedies:
Agrimony Aspen Beech Centaury Cerato Cherry Plum Chestnut Bud Chicory Clematis Crab Apple Elm Gentian Gorse Heather Holly Honeysuckle Hornbeam Impatiens Larch Mimulus Mustard Oak Olive Pine Red Chestnut Rock Rose Rock Water Scleranthus Star of Bethlehem Sweet Chestnut Vervain Vine Walnut Water Violet White Chestnut Wild Oat Wild Rose Willow
Where to buy Bach Flower Remedies:
This is my favourite store to buy the Bach Flower Remedies: Crystal Herbs. They make the remedies from the flowers that grow in their garden in England with much love and care. They also have many other beautiful essences!
Check them out (affiliate link).
Are you curious which Bach Flower essence resonates right now with your energy? You can pick a random Bach Flower Card to get some more insights and inspiration. Pick a Card »
The Quick Guide to Bach Flowers
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Further informations on Bach Flowers can be found here:
Website by Mechthild Scheffer – one of Europes leading specialist on Bach Flower Therapy (in German).
I also recommend her book: “The Encyclopedia of Bach Flower Therapy”
Website of The Bach Centre with lots of information on Bach Flowers (including a description of each Bach Flower) – available in six languages.
Important: The information on this site is for educational purposes only and is not intended to treat, cure, prevent, or diagnose any disease.