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With Bach Flower Remedies I can help with guilt, anxiety, despair, poor sleep, grief, loneliness, feeling overwhelmed, lack of confidence, betrayal, anguish, self-sabotage.
Sounds too good to be true? The great thing is that the Remedies can help with all these feelings - and more.
"Treat the patient's personality, not his disease."
- Dr Edward Bach
Developed in the 1930s by Dr Bach, a medical practitioner and bacteriologist who was also keenly interested in the development of vaccines, the Remedies are well-tolerated, and gentle enough to be given to the elderly and children.
The Remedies work on the emotional level, rather than the physical; if you have a physical problem, do seek medical advice.
You can do this while taking the Remedies, because they work on how you feel about your physical problem - for example, you might feel embarrassed by your eczema, and shy away from social gatherings; or you might be at the end of your tether about your broken ankle, or despairing and overwhelmed by hot flushes and night sweats.
There are 38 Remedies, and each one relates to a specific emotional state.
There are five Remedies in Crisis Combination (previously known as Rescue Remedy).
They support and balance, they comfort and uplift - and you don't have to believe in them for them to work.

"So much more than just 'Rescue Remedy'. The drops really make such a difference, I feel much more patient and able to cope with the challenge of my 2 year old. When I need strength to face a challenging situation I reach for my drops and feel the support they provide. Anji was fantastic and really made me feel safe talking about how I was feeling. I felt heard and supported and like she really understood where I was." - CL

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