Wholesale Account


Thank you for wanting to establish a Blessed Flower Essence wholesale account.  We offer all 38 single traditional Bach flower remedies imprinted using our “Blessed” (16 multi-chord frequencies or potencies).  We’ve also designed 20 Blessed Combination Flower Essences and 1 Blessed Vibrational Imprint (Spiritual Bliss).  Kits for; single or combination remedies, and muscle testing, are being designed and should be available shortly.  They can all be special ordered just email or call for pricing.

We believe in supporting our health professionals and practitioners.  To help this, we offer several sales boosting and practice building tools such as:

  • Counter Product Display
  • Product Catalog
  • A Link from Our Website to Your Website (or other URL)
  • Samples For You to Try
  • Give-away Cards (Available in Student & Peace)

To get a wholesale account couldn’t be easier…


First, fill out the short wholesale application at the bottom of this page.

Next just send us a copy of your, license(s) or certifications, or qualifications and business license to whichever is most convenient:

Fax:  (770) 783-8536
Email:  Info@BlessedFlowerEssences.com
Mail:   461 Braidwood Walk, Acworth, GA 30101

If you are in Georgia, USA and wish to file a GA sales tax exemption please send us this exemption certification as well.  Otherwise we will have to charge sales tax for all sales shipping to the State of Georgia.

Once we have your documents, we’ll send you an email with the wholesale login information to order online, a current wholesale order form, and a counter retail product display and product catalog.

With your initial order:

  • We will start working on your listing or link
  • We send product samples
  • You will earn 2 sample or giveaway cards for each bottle (Limit 30 per Order)

Wholesale Application

Contact Name
Business Name
Working Email
Street Address
Qualifications / Title / Role
Website or URL
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