What is the Bach remedy system?

The Bach Remedy system is a form of natural alternative medicine discovered by Dr. Edward Bach, a British physician and homeopath in the 1930s.

There are 38 flower remedies that correspond to specific emotional states. Each remedy is associated with a different emotion and/or personality trait. For example, Honeysuckle remedy (photo above) is for living in the past, Wild Rose for apathy and resignation or Mimulus for fear of known things or a very shy timid personality.

The Bach Remedy system helps to restore emotional balance by addressing the negative emotions and developing the positive qualities. By taking the flower essences the negative emotions can be transformed into positive qualities or states of being. 

The remedies are completely safe and they've been used all the round the world by medics, complementary health practitioners and families.

How the remedies can help you?

The Bach flower remedies are used to address emotional imbalances such as stress, anxiety, fear, depression, and feelings of insecurity or low self-esteem. By recognizing these negative emotions, the remedies work to promote a sense of emotional well-being and inner harmony.

Bach remedies are also used to support personal growth and self-awareness. They may help gain insights into emotional patterns, recognize negative thought patterns or behaviors, and facilitate positive changes in people's lives.

Bach flower remedies, particularly the popular Rescue Remedy mix, are commonly used to help alleviate stress and promote relaxation. They assist in managing the emotional and psychological impact of stressful situations, helping individuals feel more balanced and composed.

Bach remedies can be helpful during times of significant life changes, such as starting a new job, ending a relationship, or grieving the loss of a loved one. They provide emotional support and help individuals navigate through challenging transitions.

How do the remedies work?

Here are some key principles that explain how Bach flower remedies work:

The energy or vibration of the flowers used in preparing the remedies transfers to the water during the infusion process. This energetic resonance is captured in the remedy and can positively influence the individual's emotional state when ingested.

Bach flower remedies work on a subtle level, gently influencing emotional states. The remedies work by addressing the underlying emotional causes rather than suppressing or masking symptoms.

The selection of Bach flower remedies is typically based on an individual's emotional state, personality traits, and specific concerns. The remedies are chosen to match the unique emotional profile of the person, allowing for a personalized approach to emotional well-being.

The use of Bach flower remedies is often associated with increased self-awareness and a process of self-healing. By taking the remedies, individuals become more attuned to their emotions, gain insights into their negative patterns, and develop a greater sense of emotional balance and well-being.