Bach flower remedy


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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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The school, with accreditation from Da Vinci College of Holistic Medicine, Cyprus, is running a four-year programme in Naturopathic Medicine, Herbal Medicine, Bach Flower Remedy, Holistic Medicine, Clinical Nutrition and Homeopathic Medicine, at its campus in both Ashaiman and Tema.
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Product: Balancing Blooms Bach Flower Remedy Price: pounds 5.95 for 20ml Ease of use: Said to provide an instant emotional boost, and taken simply by dropping onto the tongue or adding to a glass of water, it tasted a little strange but not awful.
DEPRESSION: I you feel low or depressed take Bach flower remedy of mustard, press firmly in and under right hand front ribs to stimulate liver energy for three minutes.
A book about Peru, where I'm hoping to go travelling in the summer, and a bottle of Rescue Remedy, a Bach flower remedy vital for exam nerves.
To stop your thoughts racing, try the Bach Flower Remedy White Chestnut which deals with `unwanted thoughts'.