Flower remedies are highly diluted extracts of wild plants that have a therapeutic effect on the mind, body and spirit.
Flower remedies were first used thousands of years ago (even before Edward Bach discovered them) to treat emotional problems.
Today, alternative medicine has focused on integrating the mind, body and spirit in a holistic approach to health. These flower essences are safe and effective for many different conditions.
Bach flower remedies are safe to take, but there are some precautions. Some of them contain alcohol, and may be harmful to those on medication or pregnant or nursing women.
Additionally, Bach flower remedies should not be used by those with serious medical conditions or emotional problems. However, these flower remedies are made by trained practitioners who are certified by the Bach Centre in England. These professionals come from all walks of life and have undergone three levels of training. You can check their website for a list of certified practitioners. You can also take specialized courses through the Bach Centre if you're interested in learning more about Bach flower remedies.
Bach flower remedies are a type of energy medicine. They focus on the emotional body and are used to treat a variety of conditions. Some people use them for anxiety, depression, and carpal tunnel syndrome. But while Bach flower remedies are popular for these conditions, they are not supported by scientific evidence.