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Sweet Chestnut for deep despair

March 23, 2016

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Sweet Chestnut for deep despair by Linda M. Crider —  Many of the 38 flower remedies included in Dr. Edward Bach’s healing system were designed to restore emotional balance to specific personality types. There are some, however, that gently diffuse temporary, unpleasant situations or passing moods. One of these is the remedy of Sweet Chestnut […]

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Star of Bethlehem for shock and traumas

December 27, 2015

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Star of Bethlehem for shock and traumas by Linda M. Crider —  The cheerful and encouraging Star of Bethlehem flowers open in late morning when the sun is close to being at its strongest. Dr. Bach included this plant in his 38 flower remedy healing system for its ability to ease the shock of serious […]

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Rock Rose for extreme fear

August 1, 2015

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Rock Rose for extreme fear by Linda M. Crider —  Along with the 38 flower essence healing system he created, Dr. Edward Bach put together a five remedy formula designed to help people cope with the stress caused by emergency situations. An important component of this formula is the single essence of Rock Rose, one […]

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Red Chestnut for obsessive worriers

April 24, 2015

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Red Chestnut for obsessive worriers by Linda M. Crider —  One significant quality that distinguished Dr. Edward Bach from his more conventional medical colleagues was his insight into human behavior. For instance, after much observation and reflection, he wisely concluded that worry is a completely unproductive emotion. As a result, he included the flower essence […]

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Banish unproductive guilt with Pine

February 28, 2015

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Banish unproductive guilt with Pine by Linda M. Crider —  Dr. Edward Bach had a particular intention when choosing each of the remedies that he included in his healing system. As with all 38 botanicals he selected, the essence of pine deals with a specific emotional imbalance. In this case, he sought a remedy for […]

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Restore depleted energy with Olive

January 3, 2015

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Restore depleted energy with Olive by Linda M. Crider —  Most of the plants used by Dr. Edward Bach for his 38 flower remedy healing system were included after much intuitive searching in the English countryside. One exception to this is the essence of Olive, sourced from a tree that grows best in warmer and […]

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Oak to encourage healthy relaxation

August 29, 2014

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Oak to encourage healthy relaxation by Linda M. Crider —  It is no wonder that Dr. Edward Bach included a flower essence made from the oak tree in his 38 remedy healing system. Bach himself exhibited some of the qualities of this majestic botanical and was intuitive enough to recognize the same characteristics in others. […]

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Shift negative moods with Mustard

August 22, 2014

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Shift negative moods with Mustard by Linda Crider — As far back as the early 1900s, Dr. Edward Bach was aware that depression can present in various forms, such as anxiety, mood swings, personality changes and feelings of despair. When he created his 38 remedy botanical healing system, he included several flower essences to deal […]

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Mimulus for courage

April 24, 2014

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Mimulus for courage by Linda Crider —  Unlike most of his medical colleagues, Dr. Edward Bach perceived correlations between human personalities and the illnesses they manifested. Disillusioned with the medical practices of his day, Bach was prompted to create his 38 flower remedy system based on close examination of human behavior. In the early stages […]

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Get a confidence boost with Larch

February 17, 2014

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 Get a confidence boost with Larch by Linda Crider —  While completing his 38 flower remedy healing system in the early 1930s, Dr. Edward Bach became increasingly convinced that all physical health issues begin as emotional imbalances. He advised anyone interested in the healing arts to “take no notice of the disease, [but] think only […]

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Slow down with Impatiens

December 30, 2013

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Slow down with Impatiens by Linda Crider —  Impatiens was the first flower essence that Dr. Edward Bach discovered when compiling his 38 remedy healing system. It is an easy one to remember, as the name of the flower describes the emotional imbalance it is meant to harmonize. Bach’s creative process involved taking visual and […]

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Get it done with Hornbeam

November 19, 2013

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by Linda Crider —  We have all had days when we wake up and it feels like Monday morning, regardless of the day of the week. We just cannot seem to face the idea of the tasks ahead of us and, consequently, little or nothing is accomplished. Fortunately, Dr. Edward Bach included an antidote for […]

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Make the most of the present with Honeysuckle

August 30, 2013

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by Linda Crider —  As a physician, Dr. Edward Bach was always mindful of the emotional well-being of his patients. He recognized the importance of living each day joyfully cherishing what every moment has to offer. When he assembled his 38 flower essence healing system, he included remedies that would assist those who dwell too […]

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