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Bach Flower Remedies

Tame Your Anger

Willow − feeling of resentment and self pity

Impatiens − impatience, everything is too slow

Vine − anger from inner inflexibility and from being too dominant

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Beech − intolerance, others are not good enough

Oak − inner tension caused by too many responsibilities, anger because tasks take too long to

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Face Your Fears

Aspen − fear of unknown things

Elm − fear of being not good enough to fulfill your duties

Mimulus − general remedy for fear of known things

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Red Chestnut − fear about the well-being of loved ones

Rock Rose − feeling of intense fright and terror

Crab Apple − fear of disease

Star of Bethlehem − shock after fear

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Cherry Plum − fear of losing mind or self-control

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Find Joy in Your Life

Honeysuckle − unhappiness about the present, "good old times"

Agrimony − hides his unhappiness behind a mask of happiness

Gorse − feelings of hopelessness and despair

Mustard − depression without an apparent reason

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Star of Bethlehem − aftereffects of shock

Sweet Chestnut − dead-end situations, there is no hope

Wild Rose − apathy, resignation

Crab Apple − feelings of self-hatred

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Calm Down
Impatiens − inner tension and impatience

Willow − resentment and self-pity

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Find new Hope
Sweet Chestnut − there is nothing left

Wild Rose − hopelessness and apathy

Gentian − lack of hope after a failure

Gorse − despair

Mustard − depression without a solution

Star of Bethlehem − find new direction after a shock

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Live in the Present

Clematis − dreams of future, but does not engage in the present

Honeysuckle − lives in the past

Chestnut Bud − failure to learn from past mistakes

Mustard − feelings of depression with drifting into the past

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Trust Your Decisions

Cerato − indecisiveness, no trust in owns decisions

Gentian − discouragement after a setback

Larch − lack of self-esteem and confidence

Scleranthus − inability to choose

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Wild Oat − uncertainty about your direction in life

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Find Your Energy

Hornbeam − no energy to even think about work

Oak − exhaustion from overworking

Olive − exhaustion from mental or physical effort

Centaury − no energy, because you cannot deny helping others


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Rock Water


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Water Violet

White Chestnut

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Your Questions
How fast do the remedies work?
It is purely individual, for some the effect can be instantenious, for some more time is needed.
Remember, every person is unique and also his emotional and spiritual problems are unique and
it cannot be predicted, how fast does the remedy work in a person.

Can the remedies be taken when pregnant?

Although the amounts of alcohol taken with a remedy are very small and it should not affect the
pregnancy, the best thing to do is to talk about it to your doctor or a midwife.

Do the diluted remedies work slower?

No, there is no difference is swiftness of action between diluted and concentrated remedies. The
concentrated remedies are just as strong and effective as remedies diluted in water. The alcohol
found in concentrated remedies can because of stronger taste give an impression of stronger
effect, but it remains, that the efectiveness is the same.

Is it true that remedies can be mixed together?

For more comples cases, it is possible to mix couple of remedies and to take the mixture rather
than taking one remedy at a time. However, no more than 7 remedies should be mixed at once. If
you feel that you need more remedies than 7 at once, try to carefully think about your problems
and pinpoint the top 6 remedies that seem to be the most predominant in your case.

Why is there alcohol in Bach Flower Remedies?

Alcohol is added to preserve the remedy. The remedy is prepared from flowers soaked in water
and it can contain microbial contamination. After adding high quality alcohol, such as brandy, the
possible microbial contamination is neutralized. The strength of the remedy is not determined by
the amount of alcohol it contains and the diluted remedy has the same effect as the remedy taken
straight from the bottle.

How do you take them?

The usual way is to dilute a couple of drops of the remedy in a bottle of water and to sip from it as
often as you feel like, but at least four times per day for longer term problems. It is also possible
to take the remedy without diluting it directly, but the strong taste of brandy can be unpleasant for

When should I stop taking the remedy?

You should stop taking the remedy after the problem has disappeared. There is no need to take
the remedies out of fear that the problem might come back or to take them prophylactically.

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