English Wildflower Remedies

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English Wildflower

Self-realization and the work of Dr. Edward Bach

We have all been blessed with the inherent birthright to grow, evolve, feel personal fulfillment and happiness. The degree to which we achieve these to a large extent depends on how committed we are to dealing constructively with negative moods and emotions. Seventy years ago, the renowned British physician, bacteriologist, homeopath and researcher, Edward Bach, discovered 38 remedies made from English wildflowers that help bring negative moods and emotions back into balance. These are natural, safe, non-addictive and without side effects. They do not interfere with other medications, conventional or homeopathic, and may be used by adults, children and animals.

Dr. Bach believed, and others since have shown, that negative moods like jealousy, worry, fear and hopelessness, when left uncorrected, can compromise the immune system and lead to physical disease.

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How to Take Remedies

How to take the remedies

They may be taken in any of 3 ways:

  1. Personal Formula Bottle
    • Nearly fill with spring water a 25ml or 1oz amber bottle with glass dropper. (Sterilize bottle and dropper by boiling for 10 minutes first.) Add 2 drops of each selected remedy (4 drops of Tromos® if you have chosen it). You may add a teaspoon of brandy or cider vinegar as a preservative. Take 4 drops, 4 times per day: morning, noon, evening and before bed. This method is economical and convenient.
  2. In Liquids
    • Put 2 drops of each remedy (4 drops of Tromos®) in a few ounces of water, juice, milk, etc. and sip. Do this 4 times per day as above.
  3. From Concentrate Bottle
    • The remedies may also be taken directly from their original concentrate bottles: 2 drops of each single remedy, 4 drops of Tromos® 4 times per day as above. This method is not recommended for children or if you are alcohol sensitive.

Limit your choice to 6 remedies or less. If after 2 weeks you do not see a noticeable effect re-evaluate your remedy selection. For assistance, recommended books and courses telephone Alypsis Inc. @ 705-749-1894.

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Selecting Wildflower Remedies

How to select your remedies

The 38 wildflower remedies are simple enough to use that all can derive benefit from them.

As you read through the KEYNOTES for each remedy of the pdf below take notice of those that have significance for you and put a check in the adjacent box under column 1.

Check only those conditions that are causing you discomfort now. Focus on how you are feeling and functioning now rather than in the past.

Read the full DESCRIPTION of the remedy to confirm that it fits your situation. Limit your selection to 6 or less. If you have chosen more, ask yourself which 6 areas you would like to work on the most.

Each number under personal formula represents each session you sit down to determine which remedies you would like to take.

Write in the date below each session number and keep this sheet so that you have a record of your progress.

We encourage you to download this pdf (Version en français)

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Dr Bach's Correspondence Course

It is our intention to provide quality information to all individuals who wish to use our products to promote health and well-being for themselves, their families, their clients and their customers. Through this course you will learn about the 38 flower remedies and Tromos and how you can use them for yourself and others to reach for the highest potential of well-being. In this course we will follow the path of Dr. Bachs own life and the history of his amazing discoveries, so that the philosophy and spiritual message of the flower remedies are revealed in their great beauty and utmost simplicity.

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