What are Bach Flowers?
Bach Flowers are preparations based on herbal ingredients, identified in the 1930s by Dr. Edward Bach and recognized by the WHO (World Health Organisation).
According to Dr. Bach’s vision, the 38 Bach Flowers, appropriately extracted from wildflowers (with the exception of spring water from sources known for their particular properties), encourage the innate rebalance and harmonisation capability in case of personality troubles or altered emotional states.
They can be taken singularly or in association, depending on the mood and individual needs. Each remedy reflects a specific emotional and behavioural condition that allows an individual to develop, regain and express his/her own vital resources and inherent adaptation abilities.