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The modern flower essences, available in most health food
stores, were first developed by a British physician and homeopath, Dr. Edward
Bach, who created them to treat the emotional states that were associated with
physical diseases. He developed 38 flower remedies which are prescribed for
symptoms like guilt, apathy and indecision.
Although Bach was the first to popularize flower remedies, they became wildly
popular in the 1980's and many people created their own flower essences,
especially working with native and local plants (Bach's remedies were mainly
derived from flowers available to him in England).
Flower essences are high-frequency electrical solutions distilled from
fresh flower blossoms that contain the distinct vibrational energies of the
beauty from which they are made. Flower essences can help heal, balance, and
strengthen the electrical system when it is out of balance or under stress; they
can ease or eliminate emotional, spiritual, or mental turmoil. Animals, both
human and non-human, are complex bio-chemical-electrical beings, and right now
they are under a great deal of stress.
Vibratory changes are particularly difficult for animals, both because their
electrical systems cannot adapt as easily as those of humans to rapidly rising
vibratory levels and because their planetary service involves the absorption of
our negativity into their own electrical system. This combination of
circumstances often leaves the animals electrically overloaded. Most animals
greatly need and appreciate the gentle, powerful, harmonizing effects of flower
Unlike pharmaceutical or psychoactive drugs, flower essences have no direct
impact on the body’s biochemistry, and therefore pose no risk of overdose or
unwanted side-effects. Essences are issue-specific; they are neither toxic nor
addictive, and can safely be administered in a common water.