Category Archives for "Bach Flower Remedies"

Bach Blog. It’s All About Me.

This blog is not about you. But you could be living with someone, or know someone who  believes “It’s all about ME! ” These remedies are for them. Last week’s blog was about the most commonly remedies bought in England, so now I do need to write about the least popular remedies bought. If you have […]

Bach Blog. The 4 most commonly bought UK Bach Remedies

Most Common Bach Flower Remedies

This afternoon I found a website that listed the most common remedies bought in several countries. I was interested to see which are the 4 most popular UK Bach Flower Remedies. If you use the Bach Flower Remedies, I think there’s every chance than you might need at least one of these 4 remedies. I […]

Can Bach Flowers help with Fibromyalgia?

Someone in my Facebook Bach Flower group asked if these amazing remedies could help with chronic Fibromyalgia.  Yes, they can, but please remember that Bach Flower Remedies heal and soothe our painful feelings and don’t deal with physical complaints at all. Please also remember that when using Bach Flower Remedies, you treat the patient and […]

Suffering from Burn-Out?

Are you living with Burn-Out?  Burn-out is something that’s ofen attached to the Corporate world.  But you don’t have to be in Corporate to suffer from Burn-out. Marion was exhausted.  She was self-employed and her business was relatively new.  She’d been slowly building up a reputation and a clientelle, but the money wasn’t “rolling-in” as […]

Bach Flowers. Lost Interest In Life?

Have you lost interest in life? Do you seem to be tired most of the time, despite a good night’s sleep?  If you answer Yes to either of these questions, then there’s a Bach Flower Remedy that can help you.  Well, actually there’s more than one remedy that can help you  – there are several […]

Bach Blog Overcoming SAD

Feeling SAD?  Would you like some help? In the Northern Hemisphere, winter seems to be dragging on.  Yes I know the Crocuses are in flower so it means that spring is on its way, but if you’re suffering from winter blues or SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) that doesn’t really help does it, because the overcast […]

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