History of Bach Flower Remedies

Dr. Edward Bach - Founder of Bach Flower EssencesTraditional Flower Essences were discovered nearly 80 years ago by Medical Doctor, Researcher, Bacteriologist, and Homeopath, Dr. Edward Bach. They are most widely known for their effectiveness and safety in treating:

Blessed Flower Essences (Bach Flowers) Icon  Emotional Disorders
Blessed Flower Essences (Bach Flowers) Icon  Mental Conditions
Blessed Flower Essences (Bach Flowers) Icon  Personality Conflicts
Blessed Flower Essences (Bach Flowers) Icon  Psychological Dysfunctions

 Each flower essence captures both the virtuous side of the personality in health and the disharmonious or the dark side of ones nature.

Like all flower essences ours work by bringing positive energetic vibrations into the body. This cancels out any negative or pathological energetic frequency. Distorted frequencies can create illness, disease, emotional distress, or psychological pathology. This works in the same way as shining a light in a dark place. To have negative energies neutralized is extremely helpful for the sake of dealing with extreme personalities, pathological psychology or excessive emotions.

Bach Flowers have the opposite effect of classic homeopathy. Homeopathic remedies actually add to, increase or amplify the energetic frequency. This energy stimulates the immune system or body in general to respond to the negative frequency, thereby pushing the body into homeostasis or healing. This is never the most gentle way of correction.

Instead, Bach Flowers have the capacity to rise to a higher level or enhance the mind, body and spirit as opposed to just trying to create a “zero illness” state. This is generally known as virtuous. Meaning there is always room for coming up higher. In other words, lifting or lightening your emotions, outlook, attitudes, mental clarity or whatever else you want to accomplish with the essences.

“The actions of certain flowers, shrubs, and trees that grow in the wild raise our vibrations and open our channels for the reception of the Spiritual Self to flood our natures with the particular virtue we need, and wash out from us the fault that is causing the harm.”… In Bach’s own words