of the Bach Flower Remedies
T. W. Hyne Jones
Dictionary of the Bach Flower Remedies by T. W.
Hyne Jones is a practical, accessible dictionary which lists
the positive and negative qualities for each of the 38
Bach flower remedies to help you quickly find the remedy you need.
you're experiencing drowsiness you could be in need of some
clematis; if you've been overcome by a wistful sense of
nostalgia or homesickness then taking honeysuckle could cure
these negative thoughts; or if you simply want to banish that
'Monday morning feeling' then hornbeam might be the remedy for
Discovered by Dr Edward Bach in the 1930s, the Bach Flower
Remedies are made from the wild plants, flowers and trees of
the English countryside. Taking them is a natural way to establish
inner harmony and emotional balance. The remedies are safe and
helpful for both adults and children - and can even be
administered to animals and plants.
Dr Edward Bach studied medicine at the University College
Hospital, London and, after several years, gave up his
lucrative Harley Street medical practice to travel
the English countryside in order to research the
healing benefits of herbs and plants. Over several years of
searching and testing, he found 38 plants which he found
to be significantly related to distinct mental and emotional
conditions, each one relevant to a particular psychological
state. Using 2 methods of extraction, he prepared these into a
range of remedies to help resolve a wide range of emotional
trauma and dysfunctional states which become ingrained in us
due to the stresses of our day to day existence. Dr Bach's
system of emotional rebalancing is now used successfully
worldwide by thousands of professional practitioners as well
as home users.
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