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There are 38 Bach Flower Essences for balancing the mind and body.

The 38 different Bach flowers

About the 38 Bach Flowers

The 38 Bach Flowers are divided into 7 subgroups. All the 38 Bach Flowers fall into each of the following categories. Specific problems are tackled by individual flowers. Bach Flower Essences are effective for treating: uncertainty, loneliness issues, fears, vulnerability to influences, despondency and despair, disinterest in life, and over-care for the welfare of others. Read on for more information about each of the 38 Bach Flowers.




Uncertainty

Cerato: Aids with decision-making.
Wild Oat: Used to treat those who are at a turning point in life and are unsure of how to proceed.
Hornbeam: Relied on by individuals who feel overburdened with responsibility.
Gorse: Helps people suffering from feelings of hopelessness and despair.
Gentian: Treats discouragement and downheartedness.
Scleranthus: Supports decision-making when we can’t choose between two options.

Loneliness

Heather: Benefits those who others tend to avoid. This happens when the individual obsessively targets different people to talk about personal problems.
Impatiens: Aids individuals in developing a more patient attitude.
Water Violet: Encourages strong, independent people to develop closer interpersonal relationships.

Fears

Rock Rose: Helps to treat feelings of terror.
Red Chestnut: Acts to help those who are always worrying about other people.
Mimulus: Aids in controlling known fears.
Cherry Plum: Used to help individuals who fear what they may do.
Aspen: Brings peace to people who frequently feel afraid, but can’t give a name to what’s scaring them.

Vulnerability to influences

Holly: Acts to temper aggressive thoughts and feelings towards others.
Centaury: Gives us the power to say ‘no’ and mean it!
Agrimony: Enables effective communication of emotions without fear of disagreement.
Walnut: Helps us to cope during transitions in life.

Despondency and despair

Larch: Restores lost self-esteem.
Elm: Aids people who feel overwhelmed.
Pine: Soothes away guilt and self-reproach.
Star of Bethlehem: Brings comfort to those suffering from shock.
Oak: Gives us the strength to know when to quit.
Crab Apple: Cleanses body and mind.
Sweet Chestnut: Comforts those experiencing mental anguish.
Willow: Aids in bringing peace to people who frequently feel sorry for themselves.

Disinterest in life

Chestnut Bud: Helps those who are unable to learn from mistakes.
Mustard: Acts to treat depressed moods when no reason can be given for feeling these emotions.
White Chestnut: Brings life back into focus by restoring mental clarity.
Olive: Reignites our passion for living.
Honeysuckle: Enables us to let go of the past.
Wild Rose: Treats independent people who find it difficult to get involved socially.
Clematis: Grounds a person in reality.

Over-care for the welfare of others

Rock Water: Encourages us not to expect too much from ourselves.
Beech: Acts to make us more tolerant with others.
Vine: Helps those who need to show more respect for ideas from other people.
Vervain: Aids in bringing calmness to those with too much mental energy.
Chicory: Enables us to see the beauty in everyone.

Bach Flower Essences

The 38 Bach Flower Essences are used to balance the mind and restore harmony. In Dr. Bach’s system, a holistic approach to healing aims at curing underlying emotional problems. Individual essences are blended to tackle a variety of issues experienced by individuals.

38 Bach flowers
The 38 Bach flowers

Created by Tom Vermeersch

Tom Vermeersch

Tom Vermeersch is a certified Psychologist and Bach flower expert with more than 30 years of experience.

Other articles

What is the difference with homeopathy?

Bach Flower therapy and homeopathy have certain similarities but also have some important differences.

Can Bach Flower remedies be used for children as well?

This is why it was necessary for him that they were completely harmless and that everyone, including children and elderly could use them without any risk.

Is there alcohol in Bach Flower Remedies?

Bach Flower Remedies are extracts of flowers picked from trees, shrubs and plants. To transfer the energy from the flowers Dr. Bach did not use alcohol.

Bach Flower Essence Oak is used to treat stubbornness

The Bach Flower Essence Oak is an effective way to treat those who continue to keep going even when they are completely exhausted.

Bach Flower Essence Gentian treats people who have suffered a setback

The Bach Flower Essence Gentian is an effective way to treat people who have suffered a setback. These Individuals become discouraged and find it difficult to get their lives back on track.

Can Bach Flower Remedies be used for animals as well?

Bach Flower Remedies are extracts of flowers from plants, shrubs and trees that work on the emotions and feelings of humans and animals. 

Bach Flower Essence Pine (Pinus sylvestris)

The Bach Flower Essence Pine helps individuals who suffer from feeling excessive guilt.  

Bach Flower Essence Rock Water enables a more flexible approach to life

The Bach Flower Essence Rock Water is an effective natural remedy for people prone to rigidity, self-repression, and self-denial.

How are Bach Flower Remedies made?

There are two methods in preparing Bach flowers, the sun method and the cooking method.

Bach Flower Essence Willow treats bitterness and self-pity

The Bach Flower Essence Willow is effective in treating those who tend to wallow in self-pity.

There are 38 Bach Flower Essences for balancing the mind and body.

There are 38 Bach Flower Essences for balancing the mind and body.
The 38 different Bach flowers

About the 38 Bach Flowers

The 38 Bach Flowers are divided into 7 subgroups. All the 38 Bach Flowers fall into each of the following categories. Specific problems are tackled by individual flowers. Bach Flower Essences are effective for treating: uncertainty, loneliness issues, fears, vulnerability to influences, despondency and despair, disinterest in life, and over-care for the welfare of others. Read on for more information about each of the 38 Bach Flowers.


Bach flower remedies kit
  • All 38 Bach flower remedies
  • Bottles with a content of 20 ml
  • Plus 2 bottles of First Aid remedy
  • Best price on the internet
  • Created according to the guidelines of Dr. Edward Bach
  • Shipped in a good-looking, practical wooden chest.
Discover how Bach flower remedies kit can help you


Uncertainty

Cerato: Aids with decision-making.
Wild Oat: Used to treat those who are at a turning point in life and are unsure of how to proceed.
Hornbeam: Relied on by individuals who feel overburdened with responsibility.
Gorse: Helps people suffering from feelings of hopelessness and despair.
Gentian: Treats discouragement and downheartedness.
Scleranthus: Supports decision-making when we can’t choose between two options.

Loneliness

Heather: Benefits those who others tend to avoid. This happens when the individual obsessively targets different people to talk about personal problems.
Impatiens: Aids individuals in developing a more patient attitude.
Water Violet: Encourages strong, independent people to develop closer interpersonal relationships.

Fears

Rock Rose: Helps to treat feelings of terror.
Red Chestnut: Acts to help those who are always worrying about other people.
Mimulus: Aids in controlling known fears.
Cherry Plum: Used to help individuals who fear what they may do.
Aspen: Brings peace to people who frequently feel afraid, but can’t give a name to what’s scaring them.

Vulnerability to influences

Holly: Acts to temper aggressive thoughts and feelings towards others.
Centaury: Gives us the power to say ‘no’ and mean it!
Agrimony: Enables effective communication of emotions without fear of disagreement.
Walnut: Helps us to cope during transitions in life.

Despondency and despair

Larch: Restores lost self-esteem.
Elm: Aids people who feel overwhelmed.
Pine: Soothes away guilt and self-reproach.
Star of Bethlehem: Brings comfort to those suffering from shock.
Oak: Gives us the strength to know when to quit.
Crab Apple: Cleanses body and mind.
Sweet Chestnut: Comforts those experiencing mental anguish.
Willow: Aids in bringing peace to people who frequently feel sorry for themselves.

Disinterest in life

Chestnut Bud: Helps those who are unable to learn from mistakes.
Mustard: Acts to treat depressed moods when no reason can be given for feeling these emotions.
White Chestnut: Brings life back into focus by restoring mental clarity.
Olive: Reignites our passion for living.
Honeysuckle: Enables us to let go of the past.
Wild Rose: Treats independent people who find it difficult to get involved socially.
Clematis: Grounds a person in reality.

Over-care for the welfare of others

Rock Water: Encourages us not to expect too much from ourselves.
Beech: Acts to make us more tolerant with others.
Vine: Helps those who need to show more respect for ideas from other people.
Vervain: Aids in bringing calmness to those with too much mental energy.
Chicory: Enables us to see the beauty in everyone.

Bach Flower Essences

The 38 Bach Flower Essences are used to balance the mind and restore harmony. In Dr. Bach’s system, a holistic approach to healing aims at curing underlying emotional problems. Individual essences are blended to tackle a variety of issues experienced by individuals.

38 Bach flowers
The 38 Bach flowers

Marie Pure

Other articles


What is the difference with homeopathy?

What is the difference with homeopathy?

Bach Flower therapy and homeopathy have certain similarities but also have some important differences.

Read the complete article

Can Bach Flower remedies be used for children as well?

Can Bach Flower remedies be used for children as well?

This is why it was necessary for him that they were completely harmless and that everyone, including children and elderly could use them without any risk.

Read the complete article

Is there alcohol in Bach Flower Remedies?

Is there alcohol in Bach Flower Remedies?

Bach Flower Remedies are extracts of flowers picked from trees, shrubs and plants. To transfer the energy from the flowers Dr. Bach did not use alcohol.

Read the complete article

Bach flower Oak

Bach Flower Essence Oak is used to treat stubbornness

The Bach Flower Essence Oak is an effective way to treat those who continue to keep going even when they are completely exhausted.

Read the complete article

Bach flower Gentian

Bach Flower Essence Gentian treats people who have suffered a setback

The Bach Flower Essence Gentian is an effective way to treat people who have suffered a setback. These Individuals become discouraged and find it difficult to get their lives back on track.

Read the complete article

Can Bach Flower Remedies be used for animals as well?

Can Bach Flower Remedies be used for animals as well?

Bach Flower Remedies are extracts of flowers from plants, shrubs and trees that work on the emotions and feelings of humans and animals. 

Read the complete article

Bach flower Pine

Bach Flower Essence Pine (Pinus sylvestris)

The Bach Flower Essence Pine helps individuals who suffer from feeling excessive guilt.  

Read the complete article

Bach flower Rock Water

Bach Flower Essence Rock Water enables a more flexible approach to life

The Bach Flower Essence Rock Water is an effective natural remedy for people prone to rigidity, self-repression, and self-denial.

Read the complete article

How are Bach Flower Remedies made?

How are Bach Flower Remedies made?

There are two methods in preparing Bach flowers, the sun method and the cooking method.

Read the complete article

Bach flower Willow

Bach Flower Essence Willow treats bitterness and self-pity

The Bach Flower Essence Willow is effective in treating those who tend to wallow in self-pity.

Read the complete article

Bach Flowers are not medicinal but harmless plant extracts which are used to support health.

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