Bach Flower Remedies
What are Bach Flower
Edward Bach, an English physician and
homoeopath, created his flower remedies in the early 1900s. He believed
illness was caused by emotional imbalance and sought a new, natural
healing method that would be applicable to anyone.
Dr. Bach combined a dilution of flower
extracts made up of Rock Rose, Impatiens, Clematis, Star of Bethlehem
and Cherry Plum in a grape alcohol solution that he called the Rescue
Remedy to comfort and reassure at times of stress and upset. Rescue Remedy Cream and
pastilles are available. The 38 Bach remedies are sold worldwide and
the beneficial effects are widely reported for emotional, mental, spiritual and also
As a Bach practitioner I abide by
Edward Bach’s philosophy to heal by simple and natural methods through the personality, by
using the essence of wild
flowers. The Bach remedies are absolutely benign in their action, are not habit forming and can be used
in complete confidence with any conventional medicine.
Bach remedies act on the patient's state
of mind, which in turn contributes towards the healing of any physical
Homoeopathy and the Bach Flower Remedies
combine beautifully to balance and heal the body.
What Is Iridology?
Iridology is the analysis of the iris
of the eye to ascertain health factors such as inherent strengths and weaknesses, how we
respond to the environment, functional changes to organs, settlements in organs, glands and
tissues. It can help to foretell possible medical conditions long before they have
manifested into disease symptoms and is therefore
an invaluable diagnostic aid.