Healing Herbs Flower Remedies
Healing Herbs have been producing traditional Bach flower remedies since 1989 in
strict accordance with Dr. Bach's instructions.
full range of 38 Healing Herbs Flower Remedies is
available from Skylark Books in a convenient 10ml size as well as in
the practitioner's economical 30ml size.
Flower Remedy Set
labelling, there is very little difference from the more familiar brand
of Bach remedies, though full strength
brandy is used to preserve the flower essence according to Dr Bach's
ever-popular rescue remedy is labelled as
Remedy and consists of the traditional combination of Cherry
Plum, Clematis, Impatiens, Star of Bethlehem and Rock Rose.
full range of remedies is also available as a packaged set in
the 10ml and 30ml size, both at economical prices, and there are
attractive wooden cases for convenient remedy storage available for
The following points signify their
authenticity and their quality:
each remedy is prepared according to
the original instructions of Dr Edward Bach.
each remedy bottle contains full strength concentrate, a dilution of
1:400 which is the correct and original dilution.
they are preserved in the best quality organic French brandy. This
is used at full strength (40% alcohol by volume) to better maintain
the quality of the tincture's remedy essence.
Please note also that Healingherbs Ltd
are retaining the 10ml bottle size, to be used as stock and this can
be diluted down to dosage strength. There is enough in a 10ml bottle
to make up more than 100 bottles at dosage strength.
Also available in the range is
Flower Natural Cream, based on Dr Bach's Rescue
Remedy plus Calendula. Five Flower Natural Cream is available
in airless hand-pump
sizes 15 gram and 150 gram, in 30 gram tubes as well as a 450 gram plastic pot.
view the flower remedy product range available at Skylark Books, click
Individual flower essences:
Agrimony (Agrimonia Eupatoria)
Negative: worry hidden by a carefree mask, apparently jovial but
Positive: steadfast peace.
Aspen (Populus Tremula)
Negative: vague, unknown, haunting apprehension and premonitions.
Positive: trusting the unknown.
Beech (Fagus Sylvatica)
Negative: intolerant, critical, fussy
Positive: seeing more good in the world.
Centaury (Centaurium Erythrea)
Negative: kind, quiet, gentle, anxious to serve, weak, dominated.
Positive: an active and positive worker.
Cerato (Ceratostigma Willmottiana)
Negative: distrustful of self and intuition, easily led and misguided.
Positive: confidence in one's own individuality.
Cherry Plum (Prunus Cerasifera)
Negative: for the thought of losing control, of doing dreaded things.
Positive: calmness and sanity.
Chestnut Bud (Aesculus Hippocastanum)
Negative: failing to learn from life, repeating mistakes, lack of
Positive: learning from experience.
Chicory (Chicorium Intybus)
Negative: demanding, self-pity, self-love, possessive, hurt and
Positive: love and care that gives freely to others.
Clematis (Clematis Vitalba)
Negative: dreamers, drowsy, absent-minded.
Positive: brings down to earth.
Crab Apple (Malus Pumila)
Negative: feeling unclean, self-disgust, small things out of
Positive: the cleansing remedy.
Elm (Ulmus Procera)
Negative: capable people, with responsibility, who falter temporarily.
Positive: the strength to perform duty.
Gentian (Gentiana Amarella)
Negative: discouragement, doubt, despondency.
Positive: take heart and have faith.
Gorse (Ulex Europoeus)
Negative: no hope, accepting the difficulty, pointless to try.
Positive: the sunshine of renewed hope.
Heather (Calluna Vulgaris)
Negative: longing for company, talkative, over-concern with self.
Positive: tranquility and kinship with all life.
Holly (Ilex Aquifolium)
Negative: jealousy, envy, revenge, anger, suspicion.
Positive: the conquest of all will be through love.
Honeysuckle (Lonicera Caprifolium)
Negative: living in memories.
Positive: involved in the present.
Hornbeam (Carpinus Betulus)
Negative: feels weary and thinks can't cope.
Positive: strengthens and supports.
Impatiens (Impatiens Glandulifera)
Negative: irritated by constraints, quick, tense, impatient.
Positive: gentle and forgiving.
Larch (Larix Decidua)
Negative: expect failure, lack confidence and will to succeed.
Positive: self-confident, try anything.
Mimulus (Mimulus Guttatus)
Negative: fright of specific, known things - animals, heights, pain,
etc., nervous, shy people.
Mustard (Sinapis Arvensis)
Negative: gloom suddenly clouds us, for no apparent reason.
Oak (Quercus Robur)
Negative: persevering, despite difficulties, strong, patient, never
Positive: admitting to limitation.
Olive (Olea Europoea)
Negative: exhausted, no more strength, need physical and mental
Positive: rested and supported.
Pine (Pinus Sylvestris)
Negative: self-critical, self-reproach, assuming blame, apologetic.
Positive: relieves a sense of guilt.
Red Chestnut (Aesculus Carnea)
Negative: worry for others, anticipating misfortune, projecting worry.
Positive: trusting to life.
Rock Rose (Helianthemum Nummularium)
Negative: feeling alarmed, intensely scared, horror, dread.
Positive: the courage to face an emergency.
Negative: self-denial, stricture, rigidity, purist.
Positive: broad outlook, understanding.
Scleranthus (Scleranthus Annuus)
Negative: cannot resolve between two choices, indecision, alternating.
Positive: balance and determination.
Star of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum Umbellatum)
For consolation and comfort in grief, after a fright or sudden alarm.
Sweet Chestnut (Castanea Sativa)
Negative: unendurable desolation.
Positive: a light shining in the darkness.
Vervain (Verbena Officinalis)
Negative: insistent, willful, fervent, enthusiastic, stressed.
Positive: quiet and tranquility.
Vine (Vitis Vinifera)
Negative: dominating, tyrant, bully, demands obedience.
Positive: loving leader and teacher, setting all at liberty.
Walnut (Juglans Regia)
Negative: protection from outside influences, for change and the
changes of development.
Positive: the link breaker.
Water Violet (Hottonia Palustris)
Negative: withdrawn, aloof, proud, self-reliant, quiet grief.
Positive: peaceful and calm, wise in service.
White Chestnut (Aesculus Hippocastanum)
Negative: unresolved, circling thoughts
Positive: a calm, clear mind.
Wild Oat (Bromus Ramosus)
Negative: lack of direction, unfulfilled, drifting.
Positive: becoming definite and purposeful.
Wild Rose (Rosa Canina)
Negative: lack of interest, resignation, no love or point in life.
Positive: spirit of joy and adventure.
Willow (Salix Vitellina)
Negative: dissatisfied, bitter, resentful, life is unfair, unjust.
Positive: uncomplaining, acceptance.
Five Flower Remedy
The rescue remedy combination of Dr. Bach: Cherry Plum, Clematis,
Impatiens, Star of Bethlehem and Rock Rose.
For use in any sudden shock, stress or injury.
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