What do the drops taste like?
The main component of the Bach Flower remedies is water. This means that the Bach Flower remedies drops have a very neutral taste.
It is not like certain herbal mixtures, which can have a very strong and sometimes very unpleasant taste. Especially for children and as well for adults this can be the reason for not taking them or be inclined not to take them.
So the advantage is that you can take Bach Flower remedies pure and directly on your tongue. They will not leave a burning sensation or leave a bad taste in your mouth. Very rarely some people or children don’t like the taste, in this case you can mix them into a favourite drink. This will not influence the Bach Flower remedies.
The Bach Flower remedies that you can buy on this site are always combinations of the different basic Bach Flowers Essences. This means that it is mostly consistent of water and has a fairly neutral taste. You can however buy the basic bottles to make your own combination. When you taste the drops from the basic bottles, you will find they have a very strong alcohol taste. So be careful when you are buying and using the basic bottle!
Basic bottles on their own won’t really work unless you take the right combination with the different Bach Flower remedies. Therefor it is better to buy a standard Bach Flower remedies combination from an approved consultant or get a custom-made combination made for you.
The different existing combinations can be found on the index page of the website.
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