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BACH FLOWER REMEDIES - QUICK GUIDE

Updated: May 13


Agrimony:

For those who hide their emotional pain behind a cheerful facade.

Promotes openness and inner peace.


Aspen:

For vague or unexplained fears and anxieties.

Helps alleviate apprehension and restlessness.


Beech:

For intolerance and critical attitudes towards others.

Encourages understanding and empathy.


Centaury:

For those who struggle to say no and are easily exploited.

Strengthens assertiveness and self-empowerment.


Cerato:

For self-doubt and seeking constant reassurance from others.

Enhances trust in one's intuition and decisions.


Cherry Plum:

For fear of losing control or extreme emotional distress.

Promotes inner calm and self-control.


Chestnut Bud:

For those who repeat the same mistakes and fail to learn from them.

Aids in gaining insight and wisdom.


Chicory:

For possessiveness, selfishness, and the need to control others.

Encourages a more selfless and nurturing nature.


Clematis:

For daydreamers and those who are absent-minded.

Enhances focus and grounding in the present.


Crab Apple:

For feelings of dirtiness or imperfection.

Promotes self-acceptance and a sense of purity.


Elm:

For temporary feelings of overwhelm and inadequacy.

Restores confidence and a sense of capability.


Gentian:

For those easily discouraged by setbacks and challenges.

Increases resilience and optimism.


Gorse:

For hopelessness and a sense of despair.

Restores faith and positivity.


Heather:

For those who are overly self-absorbed and talkative.

Encourages better listening and empathy.


Holly:

For feelings of hatred, envy, or jealousy.

Fosters love, compassion, and emotional balance.


Honeysuckle:

For dwelling on the past and not living in the present.

Promotes moving forward and embracing the here and now.


Hornbeam:

For mental fatigue and procrastination.

Restores mental vitality and motivation.


Impatiens:

For impatience, irritability, and a rushed pace of life.

Encourages patience, tolerance, and calm.


Larch:

For a lack of self-confidence and fear of failure.

Builds self-esteem and a sense of potential.


Mimulus:

For known fears, such as fear of spiders or public speaking.

Helps face and overcome specific fears.


Mustard:

For sudden, unexplained bouts of deep sadness or gloom.

Restores inner cheerfulness and stability.


Oak:

For those who push themselves relentlessly and don't give up.

Supports endurance without sacrificing health.


Olive:

For exhaustion and physical or mental fatigue.

Restores vitality and rejuvenation.


Pine:

For guilt and self-blame, even when not at fault.

Encourages self-forgiveness and a sense of worth.


Red Chestnut:

For excessive worry about the well-being of loved ones.

Promotes a healthy concern without excessive anxiety.


Rock Rose:

For intense fear, panic, or terror.

Restores courage and calm in the face of emergencies.

Rock Water:

For those who are overly rigid and perfectionistic.

Encourages flexibility and self-acceptance.


Scleranthus:

For indecision and inner turmoil when choosing between options.

Facilitates balance and decisiveness.


Star of Bethlehem:

For the after-effects of trauma, shock, or grief.

Provides comfort and emotional healing.


Sweet Chestnut:

For extreme mental anguish and a feeling of utter despair.

Offers strength and a sense of inner light in dark times.


Vervain:

For overenthusiasm, restlessness, and a need to convert others.

Promotes a more relaxed and balanced approach.


Vine:

For domineering, authoritarian behavior and a desire for control.

Encourages leadership with empathy and cooperation.

Walnut:

For life changes, protection from external influences, and transitions.

Supports adaptability and inner strength.


Water Violet:

For those who prefer solitude and appear aloof.

Enhances social connection while preserving independence.


White Chestnut:

For persistent, unwanted, racing thoughts and mental chatter.

Quiets the mind and promotes mental clarity.


Wild Oat:

For individuals feeling uncertain about their life's purpose and direction.

Helps clarify goals and find a sense of purpose.

Wild Rose:

For apathy, resignation, and a lack of interest in life.

Restores motivation, enthusiasm, and vitality.

Willow:

For bitterness, resentment, and a sense of victimhood.

Promotes forgiveness, inner peace, and personal responsibility.




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