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Hatzy Joyce, MAR, MLDUK, BFRP
Natural & Complementary Therapies, Cyprus


Bach Flower Therapy

Dr. Edward Bach, a medical doctor, noticed that physical ailments got better when our emotional wellbeing was also in balance and he went on to develop, and use this safe and complete therapeutic system of the Bach Flower Remedies with great success. So much so, that he left his Harley Street practise and solely devoted himself to using the Bach Flower remedies to help heal his patients. Again, and again their emotional balance lead to physical recovery.

The 38 plant and flower remedies, each relate to a specific emotional state and balance out emotional intensities such as fears, anger, shyness, indecision, major life changes (birth, death, moving house or job) and apathy to name a few.

"Healh depends on being in harmony with our souls."

Dr. Edward Bach

The Bach remedies can help us face our challenges and lead happier lives. They are very effective with babies, children, pets and plants.
How to use the remedies? Have a look at the list of the 38 remedies which gives details of characteristics and emotional states and see which remedy may be appropriate for you, at this moment. How are you feeling now? What's happening in your life today?

Bach Flower consultation by skype For further clarification you can call me on skype for a Bach Flower Consultation to double check your selection as there are subtle differences between some of the remedies.

To arrange a skype consultation, kindly email me so that we can arrange a time appropriate to both of us, and also payment.

 

Honeysuckle helps us remain in the present.
Photo: © gripspix


38 Bach Flower Remedies

How are you feeling today. What are your typical characteristics? What type of a person are you? Are you impatient, shy, domineering, very orderly, talkative, overly worried about your loved ones, jealous, angry, hide behind a happy face etc.

Look at the list below and make your selection.

Remedies | Emotional States or Characteristic

Agrimony - You hide your troubles behind a happy face. Love company.

Aspen - Fear of unknown things (nightmares)

Beech - You are critical and intolerant of others

Centaury - You find it hard to say 'no' to others

Cerato - You doubt your judgment and seek advice from others

Cherry Plum - Fear you might loose control of your mind (road rage)

Chestnut Bud
- Failure to learn from past mistakes, want to break a cycle

Chicory - Selfish, possessive love

Clematis - Dreaming of the future but it takes you away from the present

Crab Apple - The cleansing remedy. You feel unclean; poor self image

Elm - Feel overwehlmed by responsibility

Gentian - Easily feel despondent at a setback

Gorse - Hopelessness and despair

Heather - Self-centered. Talkativeness leads to loneliness

Holly - Hatred, envy, spiteful, jealousy, want revenge

Honeysuckle - Thinking and talking about the past, not in the present

Hornbeam - Tiredness at the thought of doing something. Mental tiredness.

Impatiens - Impatience

Larch - Lack of confidence

Mimulus - Fear of known things (flying, dentist)

Mustard - Deep gloom for no reason

Oak Strong reliable person who works on past the point of exhaustion

Olive - Feel physically and mentally exhausted after long periods of strain

Pine - Feel guilty and blame yourself

Red Chestnut - Over-concern for the welfare of loved ones

Rock Rose - If you feel extreme terror and fright

Rock Water - Inflexibility, set high standards, self-denial

Scleranthus - Indecision. Can't make your mind up between alternatives.

Star of Bethlehem - Shock, grief, any trauma

Sweet Chestnut - Extreme mental anguish, when everything has been tried and there is no light left

Vervain - Over-enthusiasm

Vine - Dominance and inflexibility

Walnut - Helps adapt to all life changes, and protects the over-sensitive from atmospheres and influences

Water Violet - Like your own company, reserved, proud and aloof

White Chestnut - Recurring unwanted thoughts and mental arguments

Wild Oat - Uncertainty over one's direction in life

Wild Rose - Resignation, apathy, lost interest in life

Willow - Self-pity, resentment

"I want to make it as simple as this: I am hungry, I will go and pull a lettuce from the garden for my tea; I am frightened and ill, I will take a dose of Mimulus."
Dr. Edward Bach

Making up your remedy bottle. Once you've selected the remedies (maximum 7) you will need

• a 30ml brown glass bottle with a dropper, available from chemists
• natural spring water (no gas)
• 2 drops of each of the remedies that are appropriate for you at this time (up to 6, but not more than 7 remedies)
• If the pre-mixed emergency remedy Rescue Remedy ® is used, add 4 drops of this particular remedy. This dosage only applies to Rescue Remedy®


Dosage: Take 4 drops 4 x day either directly onto your tongue, or in a glass of water and sip at intervals This bottle will last you for 3 weeks.

To get help selecting the remedies as there are subtle differences between a few of the remedies you can call me on skype insert no. for a Bach Flower Consultation (45 min - 1 hr).
or
find a Bach Flower Practitioner near you from the International Register http://www.bachcentre.com/found/rp_ref.htm

To book a skype consultation, kindly email me, so that we can arrange a time appropriate to both of us, and arrange payment.

Skype Consultation: