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About Bach Flower Remedy
Dr. EDWARD BACH born in mosely Warwichshire concluded that sickness and diseases were not primantly due to physical causes, but to some deeper harmony with in the sufferer himself.
He observed that body loses its natural resistance to diseases and become easy prey to any infection or from of illness due to distress in mind such as fear, worry, over anxiety, importance which depleted the vitality of an individual.
Between 1930 and 1936 He devoted his whole time to the search for harmless remedies amongst the wild flowers of countryside. He discovered 38 flower Remedies containing healing properties with the help of which the sufferer could again strength to overcome his anxieties, his fears, depression and so assist in his own heating in a natural way.
Bach Flower Properties
Bach flowers Remedies affect the emotion and correct emotional disharmony, and imbalance in the person, which gave the feeling of physical well-being.
- Only 38 remedies therefore easy remembrance.
- No elaborate head racking study. Easily understood
- Very simple
- Non-habit forming and absolutely without any side effects.
- Can mix up to three medicines and be given for chronic diseases.
- Can be repeated as often as required. Even up to 3-5 times a day as there is no problem of over closing.
- No withdrawal symptoms.
Bach Flower Remedy: Descriptive Materia Medica
People who need this remedy are definite people with many talent but unable to decide how to use them or which, talents to follow. This delay in finding their work in life occupation to follow cause them to feel despondent and dissatisfied. They have many ambitions and a general idea, but not a clear one, of course they wish to pursue, so they feel life is passing by and they are wasting their time and opportunities. They try many things, none of which brings them satisfaction. They tend to drift into environments or occupations which are uncongenial and serve only to increase their unhappiness and sense of frustration.
One young man of 26 was intensely interested in human welfare and had a great love for nature and of animals, but he could not decide upon his career. He had many occupations after leaving school, including those of messenger-boy and junior salesman, and then joined the army but was discharged after a breakdown. Then he went into agriculture but disapprove of the methods used with animals. He became a ward orderly but was unhappy because the injections and medicines used were “all against nature.” He was by now very despondent and unhappy and felt he would never find his life’s true work. Wild Oat was given and gradually he came to the decision to start a small market-garden of his own. He is now happy and prosperous.
Another patient wrote: “I know I can do things well, but I do not know definitely what to do. For instance, I am in a business that makes me a good living, but I do not like it. I have been in five different kinds of business. I made money in all of them, but I never enjoy the work I do nor can I find any kind of business or occupation that I like. I am not lazy; I work long hours, often starting at 5 a.m. and, as I live alone, I keep the house clean as well. If I knew what occupation to follow, I know I could do it, but I do not. I work, but it gives me no satisfaction yet I cannot enjoy being lazy or doing nothing.”
The indecision and uncertainty of the Wild Oat type differs from the Scleranthus indecision. The Scleranthus people cannot decide between two definite things. “Shall I or shall I not?” The Wild Oat people have so many ideas and ambitions that they are indefinite and can come to no decision at all. There is an Irish saying which describes this state: “The Irishman does not know what he wants and won't be happy until he gets it.”
Dr Bach also says about this remedy and Holly: There are times when a patient appears to need a great number of remedies; all his difficulties seem to be outstanding and it is hard for the prescriber to decide which are the most urgently needed. Then it is that Wild Oat will be of great value for those who are despondent, undecided and tend to be too easily influenced by people and conditions, while Holly will help those of the active and intense type.
The positive aspect of Wild Oat is seen in those who have definite ambitions, know what they wish to do in life and do it allowing nothing to interfere with their purpose. They live life full of usefulness and happiness.
Bach Flower Case Treated:
Mrs. J. A., widow, aged 53, underwent an operation for removal of the gall-bladder six months back and now felt tired and despondent. Her chief trouble, as she said, was inability to decide what she wanted to do. She had many ambitions as a young woman but was achieving nothing. She was in charge of a grocery store and did her work with great efficiency but had lost interest in it. At the moment, she could not “be bothered” and was allowing others to make decisions for her, but this made her feel dissatisfied and unhappy.
Wild Oat was prescribed for the feeling of dissatisfaction and the lack of achievement, and Centaury for the temporary state of allowing others to influence her life. After taking the medicine, she wrote: “I was called upon to face quite a problem and I solved it in a much improved manner. Also, I have met a singing teacher and a painter, both out of the blue. I feel there is a purpose in this for I am most interested in painting and singing.”
Both remedies were repeated. The patient went on holidays a few days after beginning the medicine and forgot to take it with her. On her return she wrote and said she was finishing the bottle, but felt so much better and definite again.
Presentation: 30ml, 100ml
|Dosage||5-10 Drops 3-4 times day or as directed by physician.|