Come and find out more about Bach Flower Remedies in the Forest of Dean and discover how these simple remedies can support you in dealing with life’s ups and downs!
If you use Bach’s Rescue Remedy, you’re in good company. Cate Blanchett and Emma Watson keep it in their makeup bag, Hugh Grant takes it to help with stage fright and Jennifer Aniston uses Bach Flower Remedies to keep cool under pressure. [source]
If it’s good enough for them, it’s good enough for you!
While you might not be stepping out on the red carpet any time soon, this blend of five flower remedies can help you feel calmer and more relaxed when facing a stressful situation, after a shock or accident or after receiving bad news.
But did you know there are 38 individual Bach flower remedies as well?
Each remedy – discovered by Dr Edward Bach in the 1930s – is derived from a different plant, tree, shrub or wildflower and can help achieve emotional balance. For example, there are remedies to help you face fears, increase joy and happiness, alleviate despondency or feel more confident.
They can help you deal with anxiety, anger, depression, low self esteem or help support you in times of transition, uncertainty and change.
Remedies can be taken singly or in a combination and are safe enough to use for children, when pregnant and even your pets. The product range contain a small amount of alcohol, but alcohol-free options are available.
Although I don’t offer full Bach Flower Remedy consultations, I do sometimes suggest specific remedies for clients. Particularly if I notice recurring emotional themes or if you are showing signs of being ‘stuck’ in some way. These gentle remedies can work subtly, yet powerfully to shift emotions and increase resilience. Contact me for more details.