Flower Remedies are used an as alternative or complementary for emotional healing, well-being and pain.
The remedies are liquid, flower preparations made from watered-down fresh blossoms of a plant that are said to imprint the water with their energetic patterning. Created by Edward Bach, a medical doctor and homeopath, developed them in the early 1900s. His 38 essences are taught as the foundation of his training.
They are believed to contain vibrational energies of the flowers, that ease negative thoughts and emotions. Also called Flower essences, they are a form of herbal medicine used in flower therapy.
Honeysuckle helps center you
Many times people get stuck in the past and struggle with unpleasant memories. Honeysuckle is a natural remedy that doesn’t change you, it just helps you be more positive and centers you.
Mimulus helps bring perspective
If you have certain fears, such as a fear of flying or of doctor visits, Mimulus helps to put those fears into perspective. You’ll feel better!
Wild Oat helps you find purpose
If you’re not quite sure what you want to do with your life but you have a feeling there’s something more out there for you, Wild Oat helps you find purpose and decisiveness.
Wild Chestnut calms the mind
If you can’t seem to “shut off” your mind and find some peace, Wild Chestnut just might be the answer!
This is just a small example of flower remedies. If you want to learn more, I suggest you visit Bach Remedies, a well known and respected authority on the subject.
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