Bach Flower Essences Address Specific Mental Needs For Disabled

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Previously I posted about Bach Rescue Remedy to help your mood and anxiety when you’re in your physical pickle. While it’s definitely worth using, it’s a solution for in-the-moment feelings and crisis.

So you may also choose to get educated about individual Bach flower essences to use one or a combination to address specific issues. Click that link to go to Dr. Bach’s site to read about each of the essences.

Each of the 38 remedies is directed at a particular characteristic or emotional state and can stand alone or be mixed. Search Bach Flower Essences on Amazon here.

When I used these remedies personally, I found them to be a huge help. Like an onion where you peel one layer to find another, I used Bach flower remedies to tackle very specific issues with my mood and thought patterns. When I felt better, I would move on to the next onion layer. If I felt negative thoughts returning, I would go back to the remedy for a couple more weeks.

I cannot promise any of this will work for you, I just know that it did for me. They are 100% natural, homeopathic remedies and cause no interactions with other medications. Search Bach Flower Essences on Amazon here.

“…the thirty-eight herbs heal gently and surely, and as there are no poisonous plants amongst them there is no fear of ill effects from overdoses or incorrect prescriptions.”

– Nora Weeks, The Medical Discoveries of Edward Bach, Physician

Stop by the Dr. Bach flower essences remedies pages to read about each:

Agrimony – mental torture behind a cheerful face

Aspen – fear of unknown things

Beech – intolerance

Centaury – the inability to say ‘no’

Cerato – lack of trust in one’s own decisions

Cherry Plum – fear of the mind giving way

Chestnut Bud – failure to learn from mistakes

ChicoryChicory – selfish, possessive love

Clematis – dreaming of the future without working in the present

Crab Apple – the cleansing remedy, also for self-hatred

Elm – overwhelmed by responsibility

Gentian – discouragement after a setback

Gorse – hopelessness and despair

Heather – self-centredness and self-concern

HollyHolly – hatred, envy and jealousy

Honeysuckle – living in the past

Hornbeam – tiredness at the thought of doing something

Impatiens – impatience

Larch – lack of confidence

Mimulus – fear of known things

Mustard – deep gloom for no reason

OakOak – the plodder who keeps going past the point of exhaustion

Olive – exhaustion following mental or physical effort

Pine – guilt

Red Chestnut – over-concern for the welfare of loved ones

Rock Rose – terror and fright

Rock Water – self-denial, rigidity and self-repression

Scleranthus – inability to choose between alternatives

Star of BethlehemStar of Bethlehem – shock

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

Vervain – over-enthusiasm

Vine – dominance and inflexibility

Walnut – protection from change and unwanted influences

Water Violet – quiet self-reliance leading to isolation

White Chestnut – unwanted thoughts and mental arguments

Wild OatWild Oat – uncertainty over one’s direction in life

Wild Rose – drifting, resignation, apathy

Willow – self-pity and resentment

“Wonderful as it may seem, relieve your patient of the mood or moods such as are given in this system of healing, and your patient is better”

– Dr Edward Bach, 1936