What are the Bach Flower Remedies?
Dr Bach discovered 38 remedies, each for a specific emotional and mental state. They take effect by treating the individual, not the disease or the symptoms of the disease. They work specifically on the emotional condition of the person concerned.
The effects of taking the remedies is not to suppress negative attitudes but to transform them into positive ones, stimulating one`s own potential for self-healing and freeing the physical system to engage fully in fighting disease and stress.
For help and advice on which Bach Remedy is for you download our information guide BACH FLOWER REMEDY GUIDE
Caution The Bach Flower Remedies have no adverse effects. However, like other forms of natural medicine, they may allow suppressed symptoms to surface.
These could include such things as rashes while the body is being cleared of toxins, or an awareness of emotions which have been denied expression. These are an important part of the healing process and are only temporary.
Note: The Bach Flower Remedies can be taken alongside medication, including homoeopathic remedies, without any interference at all.
Directions on how to give the Bach Remedies to animals:
Rescue Remedy can be rubbed on the animals gum, ears or paws as needed or you can add 2 drops to the drinking water. Do not use the glass pipette direct in the mouth in case the dog should bite down shattering the glass in the mouth!
To make a treatment bottle you get a 30ml/1oz mixing bottle and add 2 drops of each Remedy. You can combine up to 6 or 7 Remedies in a treatment bottle.
As preservative (optional) you can add 1 tsp of vegetable glycerin. Then you fill the bottle with water.
From this mixture you give your pet 4 drops, 4 times a day until it feels better. You can also add 1 drop from each remedy to your pets drinking bowl, or rub a little on their paws or ears 4 times a day.