Bach flowers mix 92: Winter blues

Bach flowers mix  92 helps to:

  • Get through winter with lifted spirits
  • Fend off melancholy
  • Be more tolerant
  • Have more energy
  • Remain active instead of retreat
* Disclaimer: results may vary from person to person and are not based on scientific results.
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Bach flowers mix 92 : Winter blues

Content 50 ml

  • 1 bottle £ 35.00
  • 2 bottles £ 65.00 Your advantage £ 5.00
  • 3 bottles £ 87.00 Your advantage £ 18.00
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How many bottles do you need?

  • 1 bottle will last you about 1 month
  • The first results will start to show after a few days or weeks *
  • In my experience to get lasting results a period of three months is advised *

 

Dosage

  • The dosage is 6 x 4 drops per day, put directly on the tongue or dissolve in water
  • Hint: Trickle your daily dose (24 drops) in a bottle of water and drink it throughout the day

About this mix

  • Handmade according to the instructions of Dr. Bach
  • Ready to use
  • Unique blend of Bach flowers
  • Gluten and allergen free
  • Ingredients: Water, alcohol, Bach flower extracts
  • Frequently Asked Questions

* Disclaimer: results may vary from person to person and are not based on scientific results.

Bach flower essences reduce the complaints when suffering from winter blues

Seasonal affective disorder

Dejection

Not seeing a way out, lack of interest in doing things, being down, no zest for life, etc. These are all mood characteristics of winter blues. Moreover, they are common to dejection in general. At the beginning of winter when these moods arise, Bach flower essences will be able to tackle them and turn them into its opposite optimistic and cheerful state of mind.

Irritability

Somebody suffering from winter blues is quite sensitive and irritable. They don’t tolerate much and are easily irritated by the behaviour of others. Bach flowers mix 92 will reduce this over-sensitivity so the person won’t experience his environment getting on his/her nerves all the time. 

Tiredness

During winter blues, most people are very tired even if they sleep for more than 12 hours a day. This tiredness will make them less attentive and therefore makes them appear absent-minded. Bach flowers will bring you back into a position where you are able to regain the necessary energy.

Tendency to isolate themselves

When having winter blues, people get the tendency to retreat into his or her own little world. They isolate themselves and avoid all social contacts. Bach flowers mix 92 will make sure you remain in contact with your environment to avoid getting even more down.

 

* Disclaimer: results may vary from person to person and are not based on scientific results.

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testimonials

* Disclaimer: results may vary from person to person and are not based on scientific results.

I found an ally so I can enjoy this season to!
(4/5) Diane, 53 years *

I found an ally so I can enjoy this season to!

First, I’m letting you know that you can use my email in hope that other people find their way to Bach Flowers. 

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I can enjoy life during the winter months again!
(5/5) Alice, 40 years *

I can enjoy life during the winter months again!

Following your request for feedback, here’s a recent update about the Bach Flower mix 92. The first week I didn’t feel any change, because I was still despondent and dejected.

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No more dejection during the winter months for the first time in three years!
(4/5) Christian, 44 years *

No more dejection during the winter months for the first time in three years!

It’s the third year in a row that I’ve been using Bach Flower mix 92 for winter blues. From the very first time, I no longer had problems with dejection in the winter months.

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My head is more clear and calmer.
(4/5) Hans (someone from Belgium) *

My head is more clear and calmer.

This is my feedback for the Bach Flower combination for ‘winter blues’. I approximately used a bottle and a half now and temporarily stopped. 

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* Disclaimer: results may vary from person to person and are not based on scientific results.

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Seasonal affective disorder

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