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Choosing remedies

Remedies are used singly, or in a combination of up to six.

'Everyone is a Healer', said Edward Bach, and there are many ways to select a remedy or combination of remedies. Here are three.

 

Explore remedies

Emotional groupings | 12-7-19 method

Dr Bach's own writings contain two chief ways of selecting an apropriate essence or combination for a particular patient.

 

Use an online interactive prescriber

On the Healing Herbs website you can use an online tool for making up a combination remedy suited to your personal needs.

 

Search for keywords

You can search for a certain word, or emotional state within the descriptions used by Dr Bach for his remedies. Search now

Search for a certain word, or emotional state within the descriptions used by Dr Bach for his remedies. Or return to other methods

For best results do not type whole words, ie for anxiety type 'anx' so that you fetch results also for anxious.

Type a word [or part] and click on 'Go'
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Dr Bach’s seven emotional groups    other methods

Dr Bach divided the remedies into seven 'emotional groups'.

Aspen

Second 19

Emotional state: unreasoning fears

Cherry Plum

Second 19

Emotional state: loss of control

Mimulus

Twelve Healers

State of being: nervous fear

Red Chestnut

Second 19

Emotional state: imagining the worst

Rock Rose

Twelve Healers

State of being: terrified

The 12-7-19 method    other methods

Select - in any order - a 'state of being' (personality type), a chronic condition and/or an emotional state to give an idea of possible appropriate remedy combinations.

Twelve Healers Seven Helpers Second Nineteen
State of being
(personality type)
Chronic condition Emotional state
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