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  • Bach remedy plants: Star of Bethlehem
    to remain in such a state of peace that the trials and disturbances of the world leave us unruffled is a great attainment indeed and brings us that Peace which passeth understanding and though at first it may seem to be beyond our dreams it is in reality with patience and perseverance within the reach of us all Collected Writings p153 Habitat notes General Star of Bethlehem grows in open

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  • Bach remedy plants: Sweet Chestnut
    in the darkest hours and when success seems well nigh impossible let us ever remember that God s children should never be afraid that our Souls only give us such tasks that we are capable of accomplishing and that with our own courage and faith in the Divinity within us victory must come to all who continue to strive Collected Writings p141 Habitat notes General Sweet Chestnut prefers a light

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  • Bach remedy plants: Walnut
    Choosing remedies Remedy plants Case studies Remedies for animals Walnut Juglans regia One of Bach s second 19 remedies Prepared by the boiling method Indication For those who have definite ideals and ambitions in life and are fulfilling them but on rare occasions are tempted to be led away from their own ideas aims and work by the enthusiasm convictions or strong opinions of others Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation We must gain our freedom absolutely and completely so that all we do our every action nay even our every thought derives its origin in ourselves thus enabling us to live and give freely of our own accord and our own accord alone Collected Writings p154 Habitat notes General Walnuts are often found near old farmhouses preferring rich soil and plenty of space in which to grow Britain Walnuts are not native to Britain but have traditionally been planted for the nut as well as for timber Walnuts are mostly found in the southern half of the country where the fruits will ripen Emotional state For those who need protection from outside influences when the foundations of life are unsettled during a major change in life teething puberty starting a new

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  • Bach remedy plants: White Chestnut
    19 remedies Prepared by the sun method Indication For those who cannot prevent thoughts ideas arguments which they do not desire from entering their minds Usually at such times when the interest of the moment is not strong enough to keep the mind full Thoughts which worry and will remain or if for a time thrown out will return They seem to circle round and round and cause mental torture The presence of such unpleasant thoughts drives out peace and interferes with being able to think only of the work or pleasure of the day Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation the perfect method of learning this is by calm thought and meditation and by bringing ourselves to such an atmosphere of peace that our Souls are able to speak to us through our conscience and intuition and guide us according to their wishes Collected Writings p147 Habitat notes General Chestnut is tolerant of most soils and conditions but requires full light and space to grow It is generally seen as a planted tree in parkland and gardens Britain The Horse Chestnut tree is a relative newcomer to the English countryside See Chestnut Bud Emotional state For a pattern of thoughts which

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  • Bach remedy plants: Wild Rose
    as it is without any effort to improve things and find some joy They have surrendered to the struggle of life without complaint Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation Resignation which makes one become merely an unobservant passenger on the journey of life opens the door to untold adverse influences which would never have an opportunity of gaining admittance as long as our daily existence brought with it the spirit and joy

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  • Bach remedy plants: Willow
    brings Twelve Healers 1936 Affirmation We are not all asked to be saints or martyrs or men of renown to most of us less conspicuous offices are allotted But we are all expected to understand the joy and adventure of life and to fulfil with cheerfulness the particular piece of work which has been ordained for us by our Divinity Collected Writings p153 Habitat notes General Willows like damp low

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  • Bach flower research programme - homoeopathy and the Bach remedies
    and it was clear that he was sinking under the strain He always presented a brave and cheerful front with Ellen as well as with visiting friends and relatives however behind this façade was a man on the edge of a nervous breakdown The case called clearly for a dual approach involving treatment of the physical level for Ellen using homoeopathy and of the mental emotional level for both Ellen and Jack using flower remedies In this case the Bach flower remedies alone were used Ellen s treatment The main homoeopathic remedy used was Arnica being the principal homoeopathic remedy in the treatment and prevention of stroke This was given in 30c potency three a day for five days and then once a week thereafter for six weeks She was also put on a combination of all twelve of the Dr Schüssler Biochemic Tissue Salts to help build up her strength Other remedies used were Causticum addressing her weak bladder to complement and reinforce the action of Arnica and Sulphur an important remedy in protracted diseases and long term post stroke treatment Bach flower remedies were administered alongside the homoeopathic remedies four times daily in the traditional manner and comprised Star of Bethlehem for the trauma of the stroke Wild Rose for the state of apathy and resignation that had descended on Ellen Gorse for the hopeless despairing and near catatonic state she was in Sweet Chestnut for much the same reason and Clematis to help return her to a more grounded state Jack s flower remedies were Star of Bethlehem again for the traumatic shock of what had befallen his wife as well as the pain of coping Gorse for the deep despair he was feeling and the sense that life was a torment to him Willow for the tendency to brood and feel resentment Chicory for self pity Pine for guilty feelings Agrimony for tending to bottle up his negative feelings and concealing his woes from people who would have done more to help if they had known about his problems and Oak and Gentian to help give him back the strength and courage that he had lost After one month there had been a marked improvement on all fronts Ellen looked much perkier Her complexion had improved greatly and there was a rosy tinge to her cheeks that had not been there before as well as a look in her eye that we had not seen previously She was able to talk to us and even tell a little joke On the physical level her bladder control was improved and she had experienced some tingling in her paralysed limbs Jack was coping much better He felt more energised and had tidied up the house He no longer experienced the crippling waves of black despair He was beginning to talk more about his feelings Two weeks later we returned again and could hear music as we knocked on the door To our surprise when we entered the sitting

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  • Bach flower research programme - homoeopathy and the Bach remedies
    and drinks as well as foods that decrease vital energy such as white radishes water chestnuts etc 2 I frequently use the flower remedies in conjunction with one another On the one hand I seek to restore the patient s physical strength and energy At the same time I seek to make adjustments to the dissipation of strength and energy that are flowing incorrectly or in excessive amounts Olive Oak and Centaury are the three flower remedies I regard the most highly with respect to these problems and the first ones I tend to consider Of course distinguishing the cause of illness by observing the patient s negative archetypal behaviour is still most important But the other flower remedies should also be considered 3 It is possible to use the flower remedies externally as a paste on the body Based on clinical discoveries Olive Oak and Centaury are the remedies I most commonly suggest I also suggest Rescue Remedy as well In addition it is also possible to coordinate herbal treatment with qigong for good health Tai Chi yoga KTV or karaoke mountain climbing and then calling out from the top of the mountain can all help to boost moods With the restoration of spirits and qi the patient s decreasing middle qi levels will increase once more Activities that facilitate the increase and spread of qi through the body can correct insufficient centre qi levels Perform for five minutes three times a day 1 Lie down face up 2 Bring feet close together and lightly bind the two big toes together with elastic 3 Place a small pillow or a rolled up towel below the back between the waist and buttocks L5 S1 4 Stretch the arms out at head level parallel to the legs Topical application of the flower remedies General use calls for two drops of flower remedy or four drops of Rescue Remedy mixed into 100 ml of water Soak a piece of gauze or cotton make up pads in the mixture For Olive remedy two separate pieces may be used one applied on each shoulder For Oak remedy the gauze or pad should be applied on the right side of the nape For Centaury remedy the gauze or pad should be applied on the right wrist If Rescue Remedy is used it should be applied on the abdomen and in particular where pain is most obvious For the shin zone of the flower remedy and external use refer to New Bach Flowers Body Maps Dietmar Kramer Most of the externally applied flower remedy should be effective for 2 4 hours although the effectiveness will vary from person to person If pains are not relieved after the first application a second application can proceed There is no limit to how many times the paste can be applied each day as there is no threat of an overdose It is also possible to change to orally ingested remedies once the externally applied medicine has provided some relief

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