Bach Rescue Remedy (20ml)

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The original Bach Rescue Remedy

  • Impatiens: For those who act and think quickly, and have no patience for what they see as the slowness of others. They often prefer to work alone. Teaches empathy and understanding of and patience with others. We've found it very fast-acting in alleviating an impatient attitude and lowering stress.
  • Star of Bethlehem: For trauma and shock, whether experienced recently or in the past. Teaches the ability to recover from traumas and to integrate them into the present life.
  • Cherry Plum: For those who fear losing control of their thoughts and actions and doing things they know are bad for them or which they consider wrong. Teaches trust in one's spontaneous wisdom and the courage to follow one's path.
  • Rock Rose: For situations in which one experiences panic or terror.
  • Clematis: For those who find their lives unhappy and withdraw into fantasy worlds. They are ungrounded and indifferent to the details of everyday life. Teaches one to establish a bridge between the physical world and the world of ideas; may foster great creativity. Is also used to bring clarity and alertness to the present moment.

This combination of Bach Flower Remedies is especially beneficial when you find yourself in traumatic situations, such as, stress, emergencies, after getting bad news, before an exam or job interview and all other kind of situations where we suddenly lose balance mentally. The Remedies quickly get us back in our normal balance so that we calmly can deal with any situation.


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Bach Rescue Remedy overview

Rescue Remedy

Bach Flower Remedies

Bach Flower Remedies consist of 38 flower essences that target very specific emotional and spiritual states, ranging from, anxiety,fear, depression to inability to learn from own mistakes. The prescription and use of Bach Flower Remedies is very easy and intuitive process.Indications for every remedy create an unmistakable picture of emotional state that can be usually summarized in couple of words. Based on thisremedy picture, it is very easy to decide, which remedy is useful for a specific situation.Bach flower remedies are remedies developed by English homeopath and physician Edward Bach in 1930s, that target mainly emotional and spiritualproblems. They are used all over the world by people seeking relief from today's stressful life and that want to rebalance their energy and emotionalstate. Original.

Holistic approach

The Bach Flower Remedy System is based on the holistic approach to the patient. Unlike modern medicine, it acknowledges the importance of treating the patient as a whole, rather than focusing on a condition of an organ or a tissue. Every patient is considered to be an unique human beingwith rich mental, emotional and spiritual life that simply cannot be reduced to an organ or a tissue. When a modern physician sees a patient withkidney problems, he tries to treat the kidney and not the patient. Patient as a person is not considered to be important.The holistic approach to the patient casts a different light on the disease and the role of the patient and the physician. The disease is not taken out of context of being only a fraction of the whole picture. The focus is still on the patient as an unique and complex being that is not reduced to hisphysical body, but experiences emotional, mental and spiritual realities. These experiences cannot be considered insignificant and unrelated to thecondition of the patient. The disease of a physical body is not seen as a origin of the problem, but as a consequence.When a patient suffers for a long time emotionally, the whole emotional trauma is not contained in the realm of emotions only. He starts to change.At first we can observe that he is unhappy and that he does not find joy in his life. The way how he experiences the reality is filtered through the hissuffering. Nothing brings joy anymore and his whole emotional world gets after a while centered around the suffering. This can after a while bring achange in mental sphere. He may become pessimistic and he assumes a new range of belief systems. This will condition the way how he seessolutions to problems and how he relates to people and to the world. The initial emotional problem has entered the mental sphere, and it changespatients thinking and rationalizing. After a while the patient assumes a different appearance. He seems troubled, his shoulders are stooped, his faceseems different. He might look pale and worried and he his sleep might be disturbed. He does not eat or drink, because he might get lethargic andapathetic. The  suffering has changed his habits and the way how he relates to his physical body. After a longer time of disturbed sleeping, changes indiet and constant suffering, he starts changing on the physical level. The signs of his problem are obvious, because they have entered the realm of physicality. It is imaginable, that his physical immune system will get weaker and the first signs of disease on the physical level will emerge.From this example, that is indeed very real and can be seen in every day life, we can conclude, that the emotional, mental and physical worlds areinterconnected. When a problem occurs on an emotional level, if unsolved will eventually transcend to the mental and finally to the physical level.Now, let's say that we would recognize the problem and that we could treat it in the phase when it was still in the realm of emotional suffering. Wecould solve the problem in the beginning and none of the mental and physical consequences would manifest. But it also means, that when a patienthas already manifested a physical disease, it is our duty to find the real cause of his condition. If the patient is sleepless and cannot concentrate, wehave to keep looking for a cause of his sleeplessness. The sleeplessness is seen as a consequence and not as a cause of the problem.

Dr. Edward Bach, though a qualified and practicing doctor, pathologist and bacteriologist, came to the conclusion that "the personality of the individual was of more importance then the body in the treatment of disease".

Over six years, towards the end of his life, he scoured the countryside and private gardens in search of healing agents which would remove negative emotions and attitudes , thereby enabling the body to restore itself to health, happiness and well-being.

He discovered 38 herbal remedies which cover every negative state of the mind known to man. In "The Twelve Healers and Other Remedies", Dr. Bach divided the negative states of mind into seven groups under the following headings to help diagnosis and remedy selection:

 fear of known things - Mimulus
 fear or over-concern of others - Red Chestnut
 fear of mind giving way - Cherry Plum
 terror - Rock Rose
 fears and worries of unknown origin - Aspen
 Monday morning feeling - Hornbeam
 hopelessness and despair - Gorse
 discouragement, despondency - Gentian
 uncertainty and indecision - Scleranthus
 uncertainty as to correct path in life - Wild Oat
 seeks advice and confirmation from others - Cerato
 Insufficient interest in present circumstances
 lack of energy - Olive
 unwanted thoughts, mental arguments - White Chestnut
 lives in the past - Honeysuckle
 failure to learn from past mistakes - Chestnut Bud
 dreaminess, lack of interest in present - Clematis
 self-centred, self-concern - Heather
 impatience - Impatiens
 deep gloom with no origin - Mustard
 resignation, apathy - Wild Rose
 proud, aloof - Water Violet
 Oversensitive to influences and ideas
 hatred, envy, jealousy - Holly
 weak willed and subservient - Centaury
 mental torment behind a brave face - Agrimony
 protection from change and outside influences - Walnut
 Despondency or despair
 lack of confidence - Larch
 exhausted but struggles on - Oak
 self hatred, sense of uncleanliness - Crab Apple
 after effects of shock - Star of Bethlehem
 resentment - Willow
 overwhelmed by responsibility - Elm
 self reproach, guilt - Pine
 extreme mental anguish - Sweet Chestnut
 Over-care for the welfare of others
 domineering, inflexible - Vine
 over enthusiasm - Vervain
 intolerance - Beech
 selfish, possessive - Chicory
 self repression, self denial - Rock Water

While many of the classifications are obvious, it appears that Dr. Bach, with his great sensitivity and deep understanding of the remedies, based some of his category choices on the underlying reason as to why people exhibit such a negative state.

However, as such reasons may not always be immediately apparent, Dr. Bach's divisions have been rearranged into five alternative categories. These categories are mainly to ease choosing or prescribing a remedy from the most obvious negative moods of the personality but also they are grouped according to the similar positive aspects that each type needs to develop.

Further information about Bach Rescue Remedy

Bach Flower Remedies Rescue Remedy to comfort and reassure. is the most famous of the remedies, but in fact is not a remedy at all, but rather a mix of five different remedies (Cherry Plum, Clematis, Impatiens, Rock Rose and Star of Bethlehem) which together help deal with any emergency or stressful event. Taking a driving test, exam nerves, speaking in public, after an accident or an argument - there are countless uses for Rescue Remedy.

In an emergency Rescue Remedy can be taken neat from the bottle, four drops at a time, and as frequently as required. Otherwise put four drops in a glass of water and take frequent sips until the emotions have calmed.

Bach Rescue Remedy ingredients

Bach Flower Remedies

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Bach Flower Remedies Rescue Remedy

5x (1:240) dilution of flower extracts of helianthemum non-mularium, clematis vitalba, impatiens glandulifera, prunus cerasifera and ornithogal umumbellatum in a grape alcohol solution.

Bach Rescue Remedy warnings

Keep out of reach of children.

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