What are Bach flowers? How should you use Bach flowers? Who uses Bach flowers and why?
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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
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
The main component of the Bach Flower remedies is water. This means that the Bach Flower remedies drops have a very neutral taste.Read the complete article
The flowers that are used come from plants, shrubs and trees that Dr. Edward Bach mainly found in England. There are only two flowers who were found in other countries,....Read the complete article
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
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
There is a lot of confusion about what Bach Flower remedies actually are and how they are made. Maybe it is good to explain where Bach Flower remedies come from.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
Bach Flowers Essences are extracts from flowers from plants, trees and shrubs, which are obtained through the cooking or sun method.Read the complete article
There are two methods in preparing Bach flowers, the sun method and the cooking method.Read the complete article
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