Bach Flower Remedies

The disease of the body itself is nothing but the result of the disharmony between soul and mind. Remove the disharmony, and we regain harmony between soul and mind, and the body is once more perfect in all its parts.– Dr. Edward Bach

Every physical disease comes with an emotionally disturbing factor that may increase the intensity of the disease and increase your suffering.

To completely heal the disease and the consequent imbalance of emotion Dr. Edward Bach discovered that in particular 38 flowers come with special fragrances that have magical properties, which can heal a person physically and emotionally.

The fragrance of every single flower targets a specific ailment. The mysterious solution isn’t that mysterious. Its consists of a solution containing flower material that is weakened by brandy or water.

This elixir was used as a therapy and came to be known as Bach Flower Therapy. It is known for its efficacy because of its safety.

From chronic or acute depression, failure in life, low self-esteem, low motivation, levels to being impatient, we believe that every emotional illness has a particular flower that heals it. Flowers always have been a mood changer and no doubt natural therapies have been curing people for ages. When there were no scientific medicines herbs and flowers have served and supported mankind.

38 Flowers and Targeted Emotions

  • Agrimony

    Sad mood

  • Aspen

    Fearing things beforehand

  • Beech


  • Centaury

    Unable to decline or refuse

  • Cerato


  • Cherry Plum

    Low confidence

  • Chestnut Bud


  • Chicory


  • Clematis

    Daydreaming without hardworking

  • Crab Apple

    Soul cleaning

  • Elm

    Burdened with responsibility

  • Gentian

    Feeling of failure

  • Gorse


  • Heather

    Self concern

  • Holly

    Jealous of other’s success in any field

  • Honeysuckle

    Stuck in the past experience

  • Hornbeam


  • Impatiens

    Being in a hurry, impatient

  • Larch

    Severely lacking confidence

  • Mimulus

    Fear and phobias

  • Mustard

    Sadness without any reason

  • Oak

    Being lazybones

  • Olive

    Exhausting yourself up mentally or physically

  • Pine

    Guilt conscious

  • Red Chestnut

    Over protective and caring for near and dear ones

  • Rock Rose

    Easily frightened

  • Rock Water


  • Scleranthus

    Inability to choose between options

  • Star of Bethlehem


  • Sweet Chestnut


  • Vervain


  • Vine


  • Walnut

    For a person who is easily persuaded

  • Water Violet


  • White Chestnut

    Over thinking and being submissive

  • Wild Oat

    Under confident over one’s choices

  • Wild Rose

    Indifferent to surroundings and people, detached

  • Willow

    Overcoming resentful and bitter experiences.

Many homeopathic doctors have included this flower therapy in the wide range of medicines, they prescribe. According to Bach this therapy is an extremely spiritual one and connects a person to its soul and cleanses one’s deepest levels of awareness.

Bach flower therapy is very distinctive, one from other kinds of therapies that affect mood-related issues, which often causes the person to experience suffering. Regular care and intake of Bach Flower Remedy solutions can help you overcome long-lasting and negative personality traits, finally, that can pave the way towards transforming you into a whole new personality. Sometimes our mental and emotional illness takes over us and destroys the working of our body system. So to avoid such problems this Bach Flower Therapy can definitely bring change in the lives of many!

Bach Flower Therapy solution, its intake should be done under the guidance and supervision of an experienced Bach Flower Remedy practitioner for best results.

Taking Bach Flower’s solutions without any recommendations or without proper prescription is strictly not advisable in any circumstances and if one consumes solutions without any proper prescription, Vishwas Healing Centre isn’t responsible legally or medical health issues caused due to the negligence of the Client’s behavior towards one’s own mind and body.