Dr. Bach discovered 38 Bach original flower remedies and he noted that five of them in particular have special chemical properties to calm agitated/anxious emotions.

    Dr. Bach blended dilutions of Rock Rose, Star of Bethlehem, Impatiens, Cherry plum and Clematis and found the combination to be an effective remedy for everyday stress. He called it ¨Rescue Remedy,¨ and it remains an example of the simplicity and power of natural healing. Dr. Bach´s remedy can be purchased in local grocery stores and drug stores.

    Bach Flower gently restores the balance between mind and body by calming negative emotions such as fear, anxiety, anger and indecision.

    List Of The Remedies And Their Uses

    1. Aspen — for fear and anxiety of an unknown origin.
    2. Agrimonia — for inner suffering and anguish; often hidden by a smiling or brave face.
    3. Beech — for intolerance towards others (appearance, behavior, attitudes); assists us to acquire the skill to accept something or someone we neither like nor can change, with serenity.
    4. Centaury — for those who do not know how to say ¨No.¨
    5. Cerato — for those who are not confident in their assessment or decision making skills.
    6. Cherry Plum — for loss of self-control and for fear they could hurt themselves or others.
    7. Chestnut Bud — for the inability to understand what causes unwanted results or consequences; tendency to repeat errors; the inability to learn from experience.
    8. Chicory — for selfish, possessive, domineering people in relation to those closest to them.
    9. Clematis — for dreamers, those who tend to escape reality by living in their ideas and in the future.
    10. Crab Apple — for those who are dissatisfied with their appearance; obsessed with order and cleanliness. Used for cleansing the body and mind.
    11. Elm — for an acute crisis of confidence; when bending under additional duties and/or increased level of responsibility with feeling that it goes beyond ones ability.
    12. Gentian — for discouragement and despondency after failure.
    13. Gorse — for hopelessness and pessimism.
    14. Heather — for people obsessed with themselves, self-centered, and narcissistic behaviors.
    15. Holly — aggression towards others, hatred, jealousy, suspicion, malice, anger.
    16. Honeysuckle — for those who live in the past, mourning for times past, and nostalgia.
    17. Impatiens — for impatient, hasty people.
    18. Larch — for lack of self confidence; inferiority complex
    19. Mimulus — for everyday; common fears and anxieties, when a person knows what they are afraid of; also for shyness and timidity.
    20. Mustard — for sudden depression and dark moods, with no apparent reason in the circumstances where attack occurs
    21. Oak — for strong, capable people struggling to overcome the limits of their strength.
    22. Olive — for fatigue, after exertion.
    23. Pine — for excessive responsibility with the tendency to feel guilty.
    24. Red Chestnut — for anxiety, fear and worry that something bad could happen to a loved one or someone close.
    25. Rock Rose — for terror and extreme fear and panic attacks.
    26. Rock Water — for excessive self-control and mental rigidity; perfectionist type behaviors.
    27. Scleranthus — for inabilities to choose between alternatives, indecision.
    28. Star of Bethlehem — for shock and grief after a personal loss or trauma.
    29. Sweet Chestnut — for „a broken heart“, despair, when there is no escape.
    30. Vervain — for idealists, overpowered by their excessive enthusiasm, over-sensitive to the injustice in the world; always ready to „swim against the tide and to ¨right wrongs.¨
    31. Vine — for dominant people who tend to rule others with an ¨iron fist.¨
    32. Walnut — for protection from change and outside influences; for optimum adaptation.
    33. Water Violet — for withdrawn, self-sufficient people who may seem proud and even arrogant; incapable to have intimacy and keep autonomy in the same time.
    34. White Chestnut — for concern; haunting thoughts that we would be happy to be rid ourselves from.
    35. Wild Oat — for uncertainty in the meaning of one’s existence, lack of overall direction.
    36. Wild Rose — for laziness and apathy.
    37. Willow — for self-pity, offensiveness and placing blame on others.
    38. Rescue Remedy —  Acute Formula for stress and anxiety.
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