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Bach Flower Therapy

Bach Flower drops possess a unique energetic potency capable of transforming negative moods and alleviating psychological burdens

Bach flower essences gently help achieve harmony and balance on all levels of our being.

Health depends on being in harmony with our souls

~ dr. Edward Bach 1932 ~

You can read a detailed description of Bach drops HERE.

A consultation for Bach Flower Therapy encompasses a discussion, completion of a questionnaire, and the selection of Bach Flower remedies. These drops are crafted with spring water in a 50ml bottle, utilizing the IMEDIS bioresonance device.

The initial consultation, which includes the selection and preparation of drops, is priced at €80. Subsequent refills for the drops are €20 each. You may view the comprehensive price list HERE.

Unveiling Nature's Serenity: The Discovery of Bach Flower Essences by Dr. Edward Bach

Bach Flower Remedies are a form of herbal medicine discovered by Dr. Edward Bach (1886-1936). From a young age, Edward Bach was driven to become a doctor, as the sight of suffering individuals invoked in him a deep sense of compassion and a strong desire to provide help.

Upon attending medical school, he realized that his interest lay more in treating the individuals themselves, rather than merely addressing the physical symptoms of their diseases. His focus was on understanding their personalities and emotional states, which he believed were closely linked to their physical well-being.

Edward pursued his medical education at University College Hospital, London, and later obtained a Diploma in Public Health from Cambridge. His medical career included roles as a house surgeon and a casualty medical officer at University College Hospital. He also served at the National Temperance Hospital and established himself as a reputable consultant and bacteriologist on Harley Street in London for over twenty years. Edward’s research in immunology eventually led him towards homeopathy, and he joined the laboratories of the Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital in 1919. Here, he developed seven bacterial nosodes, known as the seven Bach nosodes.

Throughout his successful medical practice, Edward Bach garnered a laudable reputation as a bacteriologist. However, despite his accomplishments in orthodox medicine, he felt a growing discontent with the conventional medical practice that focused heavily on diseases while overlooking the individuals bearing them. This propelled him towards exploring alternative therapies. He nurtured a belief that illnesses stemmed from a disharmony between the body and mind, and he was spurred by the idea of discovering a simplistic treatment that could rejuvenate hope and mental peace in ailing individuals.

His exhaustive research in the realms of immunology, homeopathy, and holistic medicine led him to a profound realization: certain plants possessed flowers with unique attributes—carrying an energetic essence capable of positively impacting the negative emotional and mental states of individuals. Over the next seven years, he identified 38 wildflowers, which he believed could counter all conceivable negative mental states afflicting humanity.

In studying individuals with physical ailments, Bach discerned seven distinct personality types, each displaying characteristic physical symptoms reflective of their mental and emotional temperaments. He understood that these physical manifestations often were the direct repercussions of imbalanced thought processes, actions, and life patterns.

Bach postulated that every mental and emotional imbalance echoed through nerve pathways to organ levels, embodying the movement of emotions throughout the body.

Bach Flower Essences endeavor to gently restore harmony and balance across all facets of our being.

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