About Bach Flower Remedies 

The essences that make up the Bach Flower Remedies were developed in the 1930s by Dr Edward Bach, a physician and homoeopath who believed that the key to good health was by emotional harmony.

By 1936 he had identified 38 flower essences, each one being derived from a different wild flower, plant or tree, and had each mapped to a specific emotion.

Dr Bach organised the essences into seven groupings:

  • Face your fears
  • Know your own mind
  • Live the day
  • Reach out to others
  • Stand your ground
  • Find joy and hope
  • Live and let live

Dr Bach believed his complete system, which captures the positive potential of the plants they’re created from, offered a holistic approach to achieving emotional balance.

The system is designed so that the essences can be tailored to meet the needs of any individual so that they can be taken as a single remedy, or in combination.

Dr Bach believed that we are each responsible for our own health and happiness and wanted to teach others to help themselves. He always published his findings early and was revising his writings and giving talks right up to his death.

Mount Vernon is the name of the 19th Century cottage where Dr. Edward Bach lived and worked during the last years of his life.  It is also where Ros completed her training as a professional Bach Flower Remedy Practitioner. The Centre today focuses on education.  

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Bach Flower Remedies Summary

Agrimony

Hiding your problems behind a smile – when you ask then how they are the standard reply is “I’m fine”

Aspen

Fears and worries coming from an unknown origin

Beech

Intolerant of others, critical in a negative way

Centaury

Weak willed and easily led – for those of you who find it hard to say No and as a result take on too much

Cerato

Seeking advice and confirmation from others – for people who do not trust their own judgement. For those who constantly question their actions

Cherry Plum

Seeking advice and confirmation from others – for people who do not trust their own judgement. For those who constantly question their actions

Chestnut Bud

Failure to learn from past mistakes – unable to learn from past behaviour

Chicory

Possessive and over-protective – for the overly protective and for others who are strong-willed and expect others to conform to their ideas

Clematis

Dreaminess- lack of interest in the present – for those who live in their own world and not interest in the real world.

Crab Apple

Poor self-image- sense of uncleanliness – this is for cleansing the mind and the body

Elm

Overwhelmed by responsibility, for those who are totally overwhelmed by life or workload and responsibilities

Gentian

Discouragement and despondency – for doubters – feeling a little low and fed up but there is hope

Gorse

Hopelessness and despair – in its extreme – here it is a case of no hope

Heather

Self Preoccupied, self-concern, talkative – this is for those who are totally preoccupied with their own situation, has a need to be heard

Holly

Anger, envious, jealous, feelings of hatred, the anger here can be quite agressive

Honeysuckle

Living in the past

Hornbeam

that Monday morning feeling – but doesn’t just apply to Monday- can’t face the day ahead

Impatiens

Impatience – wanting to live and do things at a much faster pace

Larch

lack of confidence – feels emotional inferior and unwanted and unsuccessful, very often the phrase is “I can’t” but they can

Mimulus

Fear of known things – fear of flying, heights, spiders, agoraphobia, these fears all known and specific

Mustard

Deep gloom of no origin – sudden depression for no reason – an inexplicable sadness for no know reason

Oak

exhausted by struggling on – feeling of pushing water up hill

Olive

Lack of Energy – physical or mental exhaustion

Pine

Self reproach and guilt -those who are full of self-guilt and self-reproach

Red Chestnut

Fear or overconcern for others – for the person who always thinks the worst will happen when someone leaves home

Rock Rose

terror in the extreme

Rock Water

Inflexible, Self-denial – someone who is always looking for perfection

Scleranthus

uncertainty, indecision

Star of Bethlehem

After Effects of Shock – shock or grief

Sweet Chestnut

Extreme mental anguish – total despair

Vervain

Over enthusiasm – about a cause or task – will follow this with vigour no matter the result

Vine

Assertive and inflexible – they are always sure they are right

Walnut

Protection from change be it physical, mental or hormonal – to help with moving house, menopause, puberty, change of job, moving on in life to a new situation, teething in a baby

Water Violet

Proud and aloof – wants to alone but can also feel lonely and miserable

White Chestnut

For those unwanted thoughts – especially when trying to sleep – mind monkeys

Wild Oat

Seeking a purpose in life but unsure where to go and where to start

Wild Rose

Resignation apathy – accepting of their lot

Willow

Self-pity resentment – poor me attitude – feeling very sorry for themselves

Remedies by Ros Therapies

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Bach Flower Remedies

A confidential, private consultation with Ros, in Person or online.

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Reflexology

A non invasive therapy for health, relaxation and stress using your hands and feet.

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Indian Head Massage

A therapy from Ayurveda to relieve symptoms and aid revitilisation.

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Reiki Healing

Healing energy for physical and emotional symptoms. Safe and natural healing.