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  • Bach remedy plants: Agrimony
    avoid which they will agree to give up much Though generally they have troubles and are tormented and restless and worried in mind or in body they hide their cares behind their humour and jesting and are considered very good friends to know They often take alcohol or drugs to excess to stimulate themselves and help themselves bear their trials with cheerfulness Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation The lesson of this plant is to enable you to hold your peace in the presence of all the trials and difficulties until no one has the power to cause you irritation Collected Writings p105 Habitat notes General It is common throughout the whole of southern England wherever mowing grazing or spraying has left plants an opportunity to grow It becomes increasingly scarce going north Britain Agrimony is a perennial found on hedgebanks and roadside verges in grassland and waste places it often grow on chalk where the thin soil makes for shorter grass and so less competition It will not tolerate acid soils or more than slight shade State of being To soothe all those tormented in body or mind and bring them peace The restless the worried the anxious the tortured Those

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  • Bach remedy plants: Centaury
    remedies Remedy plants Case studies Remedies for animals Centaury Centaurium umbellatum One of Bach s original twelve healers Prepared by the sun method Indication Kind quiet gentle people who are over anxious to serve others They overtax their strength in their endeavours Their wish so grows upon them that they become more servants than willing helpers Their good nature leads them to do more than their own share of work and in so doing they may neglect their own particular mission in life Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation Centaury that grow in our pastures will help you to find your real self so that you may become an active positive worker instead of a passive agent Collected Writings new ed Page 106 General It prefers dry soil sometimes sand there are various coastal varieties like C littorale and C scilloides it grows commonly on chalklands but not on acid soils It will not tolerate shade In longer grass it grows taller and more leggy and conversely smaller in short grass Britain Grows throughout Britain except Scotland in open grassland State of being To give strength The weakness after illness pale languid tired no energy limp exhausted Drained of vitality Those who

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  • Bach remedy plants: Cerato
    details of a fascinating DVD Indication Those who have not sufficient confidence in themselves to make their own decisions They constantly seek advice from others and are often misguided Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation Cerato will help you to find your individuality your personality and freed from outside influences enable you to use the great gift of wisdom that you possess for the good of mankind Collected Writings p108 Habitat notes General Responds to warm sunny conditions and so will grow best in a sheltered position It is cultivated in gardens as an ornamental shrub Britain Cerato is not native to Britain and is only found on one or two private estates and public gardens such as Kew or Hampton Court the south garden In recent years it has been selected for promotion by some nurseries and has been in seen in street gardens in London However it is still a specialist s plant State of being People who are too easily influenced For those who have no confidence in themselves depend too much upon the advice of others and listen first to one and then to another Their own lack of self esteem makes them admire and trust too much

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  • Bach remedy plants: Chicory
    over full of care for children relatives friends always finding something that should be put right They are continually correcting what they consider wrong and enjoy doing so They desire that those for whom they care should be near them Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation If we but sufficiently develop the quality of losing ourselves in the love and care of those around us enjoying the glorious adventure of gaining knowledge and helping others our personal griefs and sufferings rapidly come to an end It is the great ultimate aim the losing of our own interests in the service of humanity Collected Writings p134 Habitat notes General Chicory grows on wasteground more particularly at the edges of cultivated land cornfields or on roadside verges when they have not been mowed On more acid soil the flowers are not such an intense blue they are sensitive as a litmus paper and at times appear pale or even pink after rain because of the acidity Britain Chicory grows throughout the South of England especially on calcareous soils In some parts it is grown by farmers State of being When ill these people worry over others children friends relatives are anxious that they are

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    no great interest in life Quiet people not really happy in their present circumstances living more in the future than in the present living in hopes of happier times when their ideals may come true In illness some make little or no effort to get well and in certain cases may even look forward to death in the hope of better times or maybe meeting again some beloved one whom they have lost Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation The remedy brings stability and places the patient on a more practical plane brings them down to earth and so enables them to fulfil their work in this world Collected Writings p166 Habitat notes General Clematis grows in woods on woodland margins and in hedgerows mainly on lime rich soils Britain Clematis is found throughout southern Britain though it becomes scarce in the north It especially adorns our hedges in many parts of the country where there is chalk State of being To combat all sleepy drowsy listless states When the patient loses interest Makes no effort to get well Seems indifferent as to what happens has no enthusiasm about anything Only half hear what is said to them These people are often

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  • Bach remedy plants: Gentian
    of Bach s original twelve healers Prepared by the sun method Indication Those who are easily discouraged They may be progressing well in illness or in the affairs of their daily life but any small delay or hindrance to progress causes doubt and soon disheartens them Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation The little Gentian of our hilly pastures will help you to keep your firmness of purpose and a happier and more hopeful outlook even when the sky is over cast It will bring you encouragement at all times and the understanding that there is no failure when you are doing your utmost whatever the apparent result Collected Writings p107 Habitat notes General Gentian grows on predominantly calcareous lime soils on dry hilly pastures where grass is short in many parts of Europe It will not tolerate farm chemicals and like so many plants it is consequently in retreat Britain G amarella is one of only a few species of Gentian that occur in Britain G amarella felwort is a small annual species growing on chalky or calcareous hills State of being For those who are faltering or are despondent Look on the dark side and are pessimistic In convalescence when

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  • Bach remedy plants: Impatiens
    Case studies Remedies for animals Impatiens Impatiens glandulifera One of Bach s original twelve healers Prepared by the sun method Indication Those who are quick in thought and action and wish all things to be done without hesitation or delay When ill they are anxious for a hasty recovery Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation You are striving for exquisite gentleness and forgiveness and that beautiful mauve flower Impatiens which grows along the sides of some Welsh streams will with its blessing help you along the road Collected Writings p108 Habitat notes General Impatiens grows along the banks of streams and rivers the seeds travelling in the water It will grow in full light or shade and accepts varying soils unless markedly acid It prefers damp ground Frost sensitivity may be a limiting factor in its distribution outside of its native land In the Himalayas this species is frost tolerant and it found at elevations up to 4 000 metres Britain Impatiens is found throughout Britain State of being At all times when there is impatience Impatient with themselves wanting to hurry things wanting to do things quickly wanting to get well at once to be out and about again Impatient with

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  • Bach remedy plants: Mimulus
    animals Mimulus Mimulus guttatus One of Bach s original twelve healers Prepared by the sun method Indication Fear of worldly things illness pain accidents poverty of dark of being alone of misfortune The fears of everyday life These people quietly and secretly bear their dread they do not speak freely of it to others Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation Fear in reality holds no place in the natural human kingdom since the Divinity within us which is ourself is unconquerable and immortal and if we could but realise it we as Children of God have nothing of which to be afraid Collected Writings p149 Habitat notes General Mimulus grows on wet ground Found naturally in the west of North America in damp places from sea level to over 3000m in the Rockies and other mountains It is very variable Britain Mimulus is now naturalised and grows on watercourses throughout Britain But it is becoming more local as it will not tolerate the chemical pollution that washes into most streams and rivers from farmland Where Bach found Mimulus growing to perfection along the River Usk it is now little in evidence He spoke of crystal streams where the water is clear they

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