Flower therapy was developed by the English physician and researcher Edward Bach more than fifty years ago.
Today we know them as "Bach Flowers" in honor of the English doctor.
What are bach flowers for?
Bach flower therapy is not governed solely by the physical symptoms of the ailment, but focuses more on the psychic aspects of the disease.
Edward Bach developed 38 flower essences, each one of them is related to the different characteristics of the human psyche, the different types of personality are reflected in them and the way each individual has to handle the situations that life presents us.
Moods such as fear or sadness can be treated with Bach flowers
Using Bach flowers
The dosage must be adjusted individually. In case of acute ailments or severe disorders, take 1 to 3 drops of the chosen flower remedy in a glass of water (preferably filtered or boiled) and drink throughout the day.
It is also very effective to take a drop of the chosen flower or flowers directly on the tongue.
For longer-term chronic treatments, put 2 to 5 drops in 10 ml of boiled water and add approximately 10% alcohol. Take 5 drops each time of this dilution several times a day.
As a general rule, it will be necessary to combine several remedies, usually about 3 to a maximum of 6.
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