Bach Flower Remedies
The Bach Flower Remedies, of which Rescue Remedy is probably the most well known, were developed by a British Doctor, Edward Bach, in the 1930s.
Many people use Flower Remedies to help them cope with life’s challenges, decisions and transitions. There are flower remedies for grief, trauma, loss, disappointment, frustration, impatience, loneliness, indecisiveness, poor concentration, stress, anxiety and tiredness. The remedies are suitable for all ages – children can benefit from their use enormously when facing challenges at school or in relationships.
Dr Bach's work developing his beautifully simple set of remedies grew from a deep conviction that the root of all illness lay in a disturbance of the mind or emotions – an idea we are now familiar with as stress-related disease. Bach puts it altogether more poetically:
‘Health is our heritage and our right; it is the complete and full union of soul, mind and body, working in harmony’.
Specific emotional states such as ‘fears and worries of unknown origin’ or ‘exhausted but struggling on’ are addressed by particular flower remedies which can return us to a more balanced state of mind. The flower remedies can safely be used on their own, in combinations, and alongside other forms of treatment.
Dr Bach developed his remedies to be bought over the counter and used as a form of self-help, but he also recognised that it is sometimes helpful to talk through your feelings and get advice from someone who knows the remedies well. A Bach Foundation Registered Practitioner, Julia Linfoot offers consultations on how flower remedies can work for you.
The cost includes a personal blend of flower remedies specifically for you, which will be dispensed as part of the consultation.
Child (up to 16 years): £45
Please call or email Julia Linfoot for more information or to discuss how Bach Flower Remedies may help you.