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  • Bach remedy plants: Rock Rose
    for animals Rock Rose Helianthemum nummularium One of Bach s original twelve healers Prepared by the sun method Indication The rescue remedy The remedy of emergency for cases where there even appears no hope In accidents or sudden illness or when the patient is very frightened or terrified or if the condition is serious enough to cause great fear to those around If the patient is not conscious the lips may be moistened with the remedy Other remedies in addition may also be required as if there is unconsciousness which is a deep sleepy state Clematis if there is torture Agrimony and so on Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation All fear must be cast out it should never exist in the human mind and is only possible when we lose sight of our Divinity It is foreign to us because as Sons of the Creator Sparks of the Divine Life we are invincible indestructible and unconquerable Collected Writings p155 Habitat notes General The Rock Rose is uncommon native to the Mediterranean area It can grow up to an altitude of 500m Britain Rock Rose is found in southern England in upland pastures on dry rocky soils generally on chalk State of

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  • Bach remedy plants: Scleranthus
    from being unable to decide between two things first one seeming right then the other Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation Instability can be eradicated by the development of self determination by making up the mind and doing things with a definiteness instead of wavering and hovering Even if at first we may sometimes make errors it were better to act than to let opportunities pass for want of a decision Determination will soon grow fear of plunging into life will disappear and the experiences gained will guide our mind to better judgement Collected Writings p136 Habitat notes General Scleranthus grows on sandy soil not calcareous in dry or well drained conditions Bach and the authors of some early Floras list it as common notably in cornfields But with modern agricultural practices it has become quite scarce and being small it is difficult to find in any case It will be found growing on uncultivated land where natural grazing has broken the surface of the ground This may be done by rabbits who also like sandy soil for their burrows Britain Scleranthus is rare in Britain found mostly in England on loam and sand soils State of being Those who are unable

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  • Bach remedy plants: Vervain
    Indication Those with fixed principles and ideas which they are confident are right and which they very rarely change Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation We should strive to be so gentle so quiet so patiently helpful that we move among our fellow men more as a breath of air or a ray of sunshine ever ready to help them when they ask but never forcing them to our own views Collected Writings p119 Habitat notes General Vervain grows on bare dry ground where grass is sparse Hedges and roadside verges are the most likely sites although the chemical sprays that were used on verges some years ago destroyed many plants Now it is found on recently cleared ground where competition is not strong Britain Vervain is rather local growing mostly in southern England especially on chalk State of being The strong willed Those who are intense of mind who tend to over exert themselves mentally and physically They refuse to be beaten and will carry on long after others would have given in They go their own way They have fixed ideas and are very certain that they know right They may be obstinate in refusing treatment until compelled They may

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  • Bach remedy plants: Water Violet
    without noise speak little and then gently Very independent capable and self reliant Almost free of the opinions of others they are aloof leave people alone and go their own way Often clever and talented Their peace and calmness is a blessing to those around them Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation you are learning to stand absolutely alone in the world gaining the intense joy of complete freedom and therefore of perfect service to mankind And when this is realised it is no longer sacrifice but the exquisite joy of helpfulness even under all conditions Collected Writings p109 Habitat notes General Water Violet grows in drainage ditches and other slow moving water Many of its traditional habitats have been destroyed mechanical ditching has cleared the channels too efficiently many of the wetland fens have been drained by lowering the water table and various chemicals pollute the dykes Britain Water Violet is increasingly hard to find but in general terms it grows in the southern and eastern counties of England State of being These are very beautiful people in mind and often in body They are gentle quiet very refined and cultured and yet are masters of their fate and lead their

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  • Bach remedy plants: Gorse
    of Bach s seven helpers Prepared by the sun method Indication Very great hopelessness they have given up belief that more can be done for them Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation Now let us think about those who have been ill for some time or even a long time There is again every reason to be hopeful of benefit either improvement or recovery Never let anyone give up hope of getting well Collected Writings p5 Habitat notes General Gorse grows on most soils but will avoid chalk and lime preferring the slight acidity of moorlands and dry sandy commons In summer the ripe seeds explode and so a thick clump of Gorse will slowly spread and dominate an area It grows mainly on the western fringe of Europe and can be killed by severe frosts Britain Gorse can be found throughout Britain It is frequently planted in western Britain and in Ireland Chronic condition Gorse is for those who have suffered much and whose courage as it were has failed who have lost the heart to try any more They say they have been told that nothing can be done that they are past all medical help and even if they

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  • Bach remedy plants: Heather
    necessary to discuss their own affairs with others no matter who it may be They are very unhappy if they have to be alone for any length of time Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation We must steadfastly practice peace imagining our minds as a lake ever to be kept calm without waves or even ripples to disturb its tranquillity and gradually develop this state of peace until no event of life no circumstance no other personality is able under any circumstances to ruffle the surface of that lake Collected Writings p152 Habitat notes General Heathers like acidity and tolerate wet boggy ground and dry sandy heaths They are most obviously found in mountains and moorland Britain Heathers grow on many infertile soils throughout Britain Bach mentions the mountains of Scotland and Wales although Devon or Yorkshire would do equally well Chronic condition The characteristic of the Heather people is that they worry over the troubles of others not the big things of life but the affairs of everyday They try all means in their power to persuade or even compel others to do what they think right Their diseases are often not very severe until towards old age but they may

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  • Bach remedy plants: Oak
    Indication For those who are struggling and fighting strongly to get well or in connection with the affairs of their daily life They will go on trying one thing after another though their case may seem hopeless Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation Our whole object is to realise our faults and endeavour so to develop the opposing virtue that the faults will disappear from us like snow melts in the sunshine Don t fight your worries don t struggle with your disease don t grapple with your infirmities rather forget them in concentrating on the development of the virtue you require Collected Writings p121 Habitat notes General The oak grows on neutral or lime rich heavy clays and loams Britain Oaks are native to Britain and grow throughout the country Sessile Oaks predominate in the north and west on the poorer soils while Q robur is more common in the south east of the country It is one of the most common native woodland trees Chronic condition Oak is for the type of people who although they feel hopeless of any cure still struggle and are irritated that they are ill These people have physical diseases which tend to go on

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  • Bach remedy plants: Olive
    for animals Olive Olea europaea One of Bach s seven helpers Prepared by the sun method Indication Those who have suffered much mentally or physically and are so exhausted and weary that they feel that they have no more strength to make any effort Daily life is hard work for them without pleasure Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation We each have a Divine mission in this world and so our souls use our minds and bodies as instruments to do this work so that when all three are working in unison the result is perfect health and perfect happiness Collected Writings p91 Habitat notes General Olive tree are native to the Mediterranean Any country where wild olive trees are found can serve as a place to make the remedy essence Bach mentioned Italy Commercial olive groves which overwork the land are not suitable It is better to go into the mountains Where there is a great variety of wild flowers you have the assurance of healthy and strong land Britain The remedy essence is not made in Britain Here it will grow in a sunny position but in mild areas only Chronic condition For those who are pale worn out and

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