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Since 1988, Healing Herbs has meticulously prepared flower remedies according to the original directions of Dr Edward Bach, and we are proud to supply the company’s full range.

Dr Bach, who developed his famous formulas in the 1930’s, believed that treating the emotional state of a patient with flower remedies would have a beneficial effect on any physical and mental problems present.

Healing Herbs source their essential ingredients in optimal weather and environmental conditions, from healthy trees and plants in full bloom.

The stock concentrate remedies are made directly from the mother tincture using the classic dilution of 1:400 and preserved in full-strength (40% alcohol) organic brandy.

For short-term or emergency treatment, add two drops of each chosen stock remedy to a glass of water and sip at intervals.

Use the chart to help you find a remedy

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Fear

 



Aspen

 

Unreasoning fears

Vague unknown fears, for which there can be given no explanation, no reason. Yet the patient may be terrified of something terrible going to happen, he knows not what. These vague unexplainable fears may haunt by night or day. Sufferers are often afraid to tell their trouble to others.

 

Cherry Plum

 

Loss of control

Fear of the mind being over-strained, of reason giving way, of doing fearful and dreaded things, not wished and known wrong, yet there comes the thought and impulse to do them.

 

Mimulus

 

For those who are shy, nervous, fearful

Fear of worldly things, illness, pain, accidents, poverty, of dark, of being alone, of misfortune. The fears of everyday life. These people quietly and secretly bear their dread, they do not speak freely of it to others.

 

Red Chesnut

 

Imagining the worst

For those who find it difficult not to be anxious for other people. Often they have ceased to worry about themselves, but for those of whom they are fond may suffer much, frequently anticipating some unfortunate thing to happen to them.

 

Rock Rose

 

For alarm, horror, dread

The rescue remedy. The remedy of emergency for cases where there even appears no hope. In accidents or sudden illness, or when the patient is very frightened or terrified, or if the condition is serious enough to cause great fear to those around. If the patient is not conscious the lips may be moistened with the remedy. Other remedies in addition may also be required, as, if there is unconsciousness, which is a deep, sleepy state, Clematis; if there is torture, Agrimony, and so on.

 

 

Uncertainty

 



Cerato

 

For distrust of self and intuition

 

Those who have not sufficient confidence in themselves to make their own decisions. They constantly seek advice from others, and are often misguided.

 

Gentian

 

For discouragement and despondency

 

Those who are easily discouraged. They may be progressing well in illness or in the affairs of their daily life, but any small delay or hindrance to progress causes doubt and soon disheartens them.

 

Gorse

 

Hopelessness

Very great hopelessness, they have given up belief that more can be done for them.

 

Hornbeam

 

Mental and physical Tiredness

For those who feel that they have not sufficient strength, mentally or physically, to carry the burden of life placed upon them; the affairs of everyday seem too much for them to accomplish, though they generally succeed in fulfilling their task.

 

Scleranthus

 

For indecision

Those who suffer much from being unable to decide between two things, first one seeming right then the other.

 

Wild Oat

 

Lack of direction

Those who have ambitions to do something of prominence in life, who wish to have much experience, and to enjoy all that which is possible for them, to take life to the full.

 

 

Insufficient Interest in Present Circumstances

 



Chestnut Bud

 

Unable to learn from mistakes

 

For those who do not take full advantage of observation and experience, and who take a longer time than others to learn the lessons of daily life. Whereas one experience would be enough for some, such people find it necessary to have more, sometimes several, before the lesson is learnt. Therefore, to their regret, they find themselves having to make the same error on separate occasions when once would have been enough, or observation of others could have spared them even that one fault.

 

Clematis

 

For dreamers, those who are absent minded

 

Those who are dreamy, drowsy, not fully awake, no great interest in life. Quiet people, not really happy in their present circumstances, living more in the future than in the present; living in hopes of happier times, when their ideals may come true. In illness some make little or no effort to get well, and in certain cases may even look forward to death, in the hope of better times; or maybe, meeting again some beloved one whom they have lost.

 

Honeysuckle

 

Living in the past

The jovial, cheerful, humorous people who love peace and are distressed by argument or quarrel, to avoid which they will agree to give up much.

 

Olive

 

Exhaustion

 

Those who have suffered much mentally or physically and are so exhausted and weary that they feel that they have no more strength to make any effort. Daily life is hard work for them, without pleasure.

 

White Chestnut

 

Mental congestion

 

For those who cannot prevent thoughts, ideas, arguments which they do not desire from entering their minds. Usually at such times when the interest of the moment is not strong enough to keep the mind full. Thoughts which worry and will remain, or if for a time thrown out, will return. They seem to circle round and round and cause mental torture. The presence of such unpleasant thoughts drives out peace and interferes with being able to think only of the work or pleasure of the day.

 

Wild Rose

 

Apathy

Those who without apparently sufficient reason become resigned to all that happens, and just glide through life, take it as it is, without any effort to improve things and find some joy. They have surrendered to the struggle of life without complaint.

 

 

Loneliness

 



Heather

 

Talkative

Those who are always seeking the companionship of anyone who may be available, as they find it necessary to discuss their own affairs with others, no matter who it may be. They are very unhappy if they have to be alone for any length of time.

 

Impatiens

 

For those who are intense and irritable

Those who are quick in thought and action and wish all things to be done without hesitation or delay. When ill they are anxious for a hasty recovery.

 

Water Violet

 

For those who are withdrawn, aloof, proud

For those who in health or illness like to be alone. Very quiet people, who move about without noise, speak little, and then gently. Very independent, capable and self-reliant. Almost free of the opinions of others. they are aloof, leave people alone and go their own way. Often clever and talented. Their peace and calmness is a blessing to those around them.

 

 

Over-sensitive to Influences and Ideas

 



Agrimony

 

For worry hidden by a carefree mask

The jovial, cheerful, humorous people who love peace and are distressed by argument or quarrel, to avoid which they will agree to give up much.

Though generally they have troubles and are tormented and restless and worried in mind or in body, they hide their cares behind their humour and jesting and are considered very good friends to know. They often take alcohol or drugs to excess, to stimulate themselves and help themselves bear their trials with cheerfulness.

 

Centaury

 

For those who are kind, anxious to serve

Kind, quiet, gentle people who are over-anxious to serve others. They overtax their strength in their endeavours.

Their wish so grows upon them that they become more servants than willing helpers. Their good nature leads them to do more than their own share of work, and in so doing they may neglect their own particular mission in life.

 

Holly

 

Hatred and anger

For those who are sometimes attacked by thoughts of such kind as jealousy, envy, revenge, suspicion.

 

Walnut

 

Unsettled during life change

For those who have definite ideals and ambitions in life and are fulfilling them, but on rare occasions are tempted to be led away from their own ideas, aims and work by the enthusiasm, convictions or strong opinions of others.

 

 

Despondency or Despair

 



Crab Apple

 

Feeling unclean

This is the remedy of cleansing. For those who feel as if they had something not quite clean about themselves.

Often it is something of apparently little importance: in others there may be more serious disease which is almost disregarded compared to the one thing on which they concentrate. In both types they are anxious to be free from the one particular thing which is greatest in their minds and which seems so essential to them that it should be cured.

They become despondent if treatment fails. Being a cleanser, this remedy purifies wounds if the patient has reason to believe that some poison has entered which must be drawn out.

 

Elm

 

Overwhelmed

Those who are doing good work, are following the calling of their life and who hope to do something of importance, and this often for the benefit of humanity.

 

Larch

 

Loss of confidence

For those who do not consider themselves as good or capable as those around them, who expect failure, who feel they will never be a success, and so do not venture or make a strong enough attempt to succeed

 

Mustard

 

Depression

Those who are liable to times of gloom, or even despair, as though a cold dark cloud overshadowed them and hid the light and the joy of life. It may not be possible to give any reason or explanation for such attacks.

 

Oak

 

Persevering

For those who are struggling and fighting strongly to get well, or in connection with the affairs of their daily life. They will go on trying one thing after another, though their case may seem hopeless.

 

Pine

 

Self blame

or those who blame themselves. Even when successful they think they could have done better, and are never content with their efforts or the results. They are hard-working and suffer much from the faults they attach to themselves.

 

Star of Bethlehem

 

Needing comfort from shock

For those in great distress under conditions which for a time produce great unhappiness.

 

Sweet Chestnut

 

Utter Desolation

For those moments which happen to some people when the anguish is so great as to seem to be unendurable.

 

Willow

 

Resentment and self-pity

For those who have suffered adversity or misfortune and find these difficult to accept, without complaint or resentment, as they judge life much by the success it brings.

 

 

Over-care for Welfare of Others

 



Beech

 

Critical

For those who feel the need to see more good and beauty in all that surrounds them. And, though much appears to be wrong, to have the ability to see the good growing within. So as to be able to be more tolerant, lenient and understanding of the different way each individual and all things are working to their own final perfection.

 

Chicory

 

For those who are possessive, demanding

Those who are very mindful of the needs of others; they tend to be over-full of care for children, relatives, friends, always finding something that should be put right. They are continually correcting what they consider wrong, and enjoy doing so. They desire that those for whom they care should be near them.

 

Rock Water

 

Strict idealist

Those who are very strict in their way of living; they deny themselves many of the joys and pleasures of life because they consider it might interfere with their work.

 

Verain

 

 

Those with fixed principles and ideas, which they are confident are right, and which they very rarely change.

 

Vine

 

Domineering

Very capable people, certain of their own ability, confident of success. Being so assured, they think that it would be for the benefit of others if they could be persuaded to do things as they themselves do, or as they are certain is right. Even in illness they will direct their attendants. They may be of great value in emergency.

 

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