Dr. Edward Bach who lived from 1885 until 1935 discovered Bach Flower remedies. He was a doctor and a homeopath who was looking for a complete gentle way of healing which everyone could easily apply. This is why it was necessary for him that they were completely harmless and that everyone, including children and elderly could use them without any risk.
Bach Flower remedies are tinctures from plants that bring feelings and emotions back into balance in a natural way. They are gentle and gradual in the way they work. Bach Flower remedies can be given without any problems to children and even babies. There have never been any problems when administering Bach Flower remedies to little children. On the contrary Bach Flower remedies actually work very well and fast for children. This is because the energy of children is still very pure and it takes in the energetic information captured in the flowers very quickly. This is another proof that Bach flower therapy works even without having to believe in it.
Another proof of this is the effectiveness when treating animals. Bach Flower remedies are successfully applied to animals. For example a dog that is afraid of traffic will walk after one week together with his owner in the middle of the city without being afraid anymore.
Bach Flower remedies can be applied in the case of all different kinds of infant problems for example cry babies, tantrums, not wanting to go to school, difficulty concentrating, sibling jealousy, being shy, exam stress, rebelling, …. You can apply Bach Flower remedies for every problem where emotions are involved. They often give very good results, definitely with children.
Examples of tested Bach Flower remedies for children can be found on the site under section Bach flowers and children. Here you will find combinations for ADHD, exam stress, cry baby, anorexia, fear of dentist, autism, teen depression, death of a loved one, parents with cancer, bullying at school and puberty. Bach Flower remedies can effectively be applied for all these problems. On the condition that you take them consistently and for a long enough period of time.
The 38 Bach Flowers are divided into 7 subgroups. All the 38 Bach Flowers fall into each of the following categories. Specific problems are tackled by individual flowers.Read the complete article
Dr. Edward Bach was born in Worcestershire, England in the year 1886. He became a surgeon in 1912 and worked at University College Hospital in London. His private medical practice was held at the world-famous Harley Street.Read the complete article
Bach Flower Therapy works with Bach flowers. Dr. Edward Bach, who lived in the beginning of the previous century, discovered Bach Flower Therapy.Read the complete article
There are two methods in preparing Bach flowers, the sun method and the cooking method.Read the complete article
Lots of people are afraid of taking Bach flowers during pregnancy. This is a normal reaction, as during pregnancy you need to be very careful about what you eat or do.Read the complete article
Bach Flower therapy and homeopathy have certain similarities but also have some important differences.Read the complete article
This is a question that people ask a lot and no exact answer can be given. Bach Flower therapy is not an exact science because it involves people and their emotions.Read the complete article
Bach Flower Remedies are extracts of flowers from plants, shrubs and trees that work on the emotions and feelings of humans and animals.Read the complete article
The flowers used in Bach Flower therapy work on the emotional and mental state of the person. They are able to bring difficult feelings and emotions, ...Read the complete article
What are Bach flowers? How should you use Bach flowers? Who uses Bach flowers and why? The answers to all of these - and other - questions can be found on this infographic.Read the complete article
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