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Bach flower remedy

n
(Complementary Medicine) trademark an alternative medicine consisting of a distillation from various flowers, designed to counteract negative states of mind and restore emotional balance
[C20: after Dr E. Bach (1886–1936), homeopath who developed this system]
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Bach Flower Remedies Ltd remains the leading player in sleep aids in Ireland with a 27% value share in 2015.
Bach Flower Remedies Ltd was the leading player in calming and sleeping in Ireland in 2014 with a 27% value share.
In 2001 Dorothy opened my wellness centre on the Central Coast and around that time taught one of her last courses in Bach Flower Remedies.
There he discovered and developed the 38 Bach flower remedies now used in 70 countries around the world.
These include aroma therapy, bach flower remedies, colon therapy, chelation therapy, cupping, craniosacral therapy, colon hydrotherapy, reflexology and hydrotherapy.
Homedes, a professional Bach Flower Therapist, illustrates how 38 specific Bach Flower Remedies can be used by veterinarians, trainers, owners, and those in animal shelters and organizations to treat behavioral and physical complaints in animals.
Enric Homedes (author); THE HANDBOOK OF BACH FLOWER REMEDIES FOR ANIMALS; Singing Dragon (Nonfiction: Pets) $27.
Bach Flowers for Crisis Care provides a fine therapeutic connection between the material and spiritual healing aspects of life, considering 50 common life crises and how the 38 individual Bach Flower Remedies can be used to turn them into growth options.
According to Helen Graham and Gregory Vlamis in their book Bach Flower Remedies for Animals, Rescue Remedy and similar emergency remedies can be used:
The healing mainly involved crystals and she gave us Bach flower remedies.
As a herbalist returning to my native land and one who uses plant medicine and Bach Flower Remedies as naturally as breathing, it was an especial delight for me to be in a rural landscape where plant medicine is so abundant and lush.