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The Bach Flower: An Emotional Elixir for the Soul

Do you ever feel like you need an emotional pick-me-up? If so, Bach Flower Remedies might be just what you need! This potent mixture has been used for decades to help people deal with various emotional issues. This blog post will delve into the emotional benefits of Bach Flower Remedies and how they can help you live a happier, more fulfilling life!

Bach remedies are something that I have touched on in the past, but I felt it deserved its own blog piece. Due to the turbulent nature of the current world climate, many people have experienced an emotional toll. This topic has centred our discussions over the last month, and many people feel as though they are drowning under the weight of their own negative emotions. The Bach Remedy can help soothe feelings, from anxiety and stress to depression and sadness. It is a natural way to boost your mood and feel more positive about life. So, if you are struggling with your mental health, I urge you to try a Bach Flower Remedy! You might just find that it is the emotional elixir you have been searching for!

An All-Natural Elixir

Bach Flower Remedies come in a range of different varieties, and can be produced from 38 plant and flower based essences made from wild flowers, trees and bushes created in the 1930s by Dr Edward Bachin. Each different plant, used as a Bach remedy can have a varying effect.

Some of the most frequently prescribed Bach Flower Remedies include:

  • Star of Bethlehem: For the after-effects of shock
  • Cherry Plum: For someone who is afraid that one is going to lose control of oneself
  • Vervain: For people who are in danger of becoming fanatics
  • Elm: For people suffering a temporary loss of confidence
  • Walnut: To help protect us against outside influences
  • Wild Oat: For people who don’t know which direction to go
  • Agrimony: For people who keep their troubles hidden

Using the Bach Flower Remedy

If you are interested in trying the Bach Remedy, there are a few different ways you can take it. For example, you can internally by adding a few drops to water or juice or applying it topically to your skin. The Bach plant is also available in various products, such as creams, lotions, and sprays. But, again, I recommend speaking to a qualified practitioner who can advise you on the best way to take it for your individual needs.

I hope this blog post has inspired you to try the Bach plant! If you have any questions or would like to share your experience with the Bach plant, please comment below. Alternatively, please visit my website or The CMA website for more information. I would love to hear from you! Until next time, take care of yourselves and each other.

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1 month ago

I always use the Bach Rescue Remedy when I’m anxious, nervous or fearful. I find it definitely helps take the edge off the emotional turmoil.

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