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Bach flowers


Flower therapy, as the word itself suggests, is a type of holistic and organic therapy that uses a series of natural remedies prepared from wild flowers.

The Welsh doctor Edward Bach (1886 – 1936), around the first half of the 20th century, began an in-depth study regarding the healing properties of flowers, ending with a list of 38 healing flowers, discovered thanks also to the patient documentation work carried out examining the heritage of ancient medical traditions from different parts of the world.

According to the supporters of this method, the floral remedies discovered by Bach release their "energy" or "memory" into the water, if appropriately treated, which enters into vibration with human energy and is capable of changing the negative emotion in its positive aspect, without eliminating it, but transforming it, or making the subject harmonious and better.

Edward Bach was truly a particular doctor, with an eye always turned to the patient and one immersed in nature. An attentive observer of natural phenomena, a sensitive herbalist, he obstinately sought a method of self-healing based on the remedies that nature makes available to man. And he found it in the flowers.


The indications of Bach Flowers are initially aimed at limiting and correcting forms of emotional distress.

Bach flowers are usually thought of and recommended in cases of stress , phobias, mild and moderate depression, insomnia or psychosomatic disorders. The rebalancing effects that Bach flower remedies have on emotional discomfort and on feelings reactive to important physical problems are also proving to be very interesting.

Lately, many applications of a strictly physical nature are being discovered, such as treating pain, inflammation, allergies and more.

It can be said that the effectiveness of flower therapy is given by the fact that it does not intervene on the disease, but on the person, on their reactions and moods: flower therapy does not fight the disease, but develops the qualities that allow it to be overcome.


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