one of the known Homeopathic Bach Flower Remedies
Bach Remedies have been around since the 1930’s. They also make them for pets. They were developed by Edward Bach, an English homeopath. There are 38 varieties of Bach Remedies which are made from dew found from flower petals that retain healing properties of that plant. Many Kinesiologist Specialist use them. Kinesiologist work with human movement. The way it works is by using muscle testing finding imbalances in the bodies structure. Many of these specialists use Bach remedies as well as oil essences. (please note: most Bach Remedies do contain alcohol). I have used many Bach Remedies, but Rescue Remedy is my all time favorite. Bach Remedies are non addictive and have no known side affects as there is little to no active ingredients.
HOW TO USE RESCUE REMEDY
Rescue Remedy can be taken as often as needed, either by adding 4 drops under your tongue, or 2-4 drops in a glass of water and drink it slowly over a period of time. Listed below are some of my personal experiences with this Homeopath.
HERE ARE SOME OF MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCES AND HOW RESCUE REMEDY HAS HELPED ME
STRESS, ANXIETY as well as PANIC ATTACKS:
As a child I was very stressed out when the first day of school started. I was picked on a lot by others due to I had a lazy eye. Eye exercises have greatly improved that, thanks to my mother who was very knowledgeable about natural ways of doing things. She has been my best teacher and confidant. Needless to say, I give credit to my mother who got me started on the amazing effects that Rescue Remedy has to offer. Just putting a few drops under your tongue calms you almost instantly, and aids you through stressful situations. I still use it today for example, before going to the dentist, or a job interview, and anything else that may raise my stress level. Take as much as needed depending on the stress you are under. In my experience, a little bit goes a long way.
Migraines are one of the most painful headaches one can endure. I do get them from time to time. Once you feel one coming on, for example some people will get either black spots before their eyes, vision may be impaired, or strong pain in their head. The earlier the stage is best for quicker results when using Rescue Remedy. So if possible at the early stage of a migraine, put a 2 to 4 drops of Rescue Remedy under your tongue. Lay down for 20 To 30 minutes, and bye bye migraine. My sister would contest to this as well. She prefers taking two aspirin along with the drops of Rescue Remedy, both ways in my view do the trick. I have yet to get my husband to try it, we’re still working on him.
Rescue Remedy calms your restless mind providing natural relief of occasional sleeplessness caused by stress and repetitive thoughts.
ANXIOUS OR STRESSED OUT PETS:
They do make a Bach Remedy for pets as well. It is alcohol free. We had a dog who got overly stressed when having to visit the vets, during thunderstorms, and/or fireworks. Giving him some Rescue Remedy in his water or dropping a few drops into his mouth helped get him immensely with conquering his anxieties.
LISTED ARE OTHER BACH REMEDIES and what they are used for
Arimony: Addiction, anxiety, insomnia, unhappy
Aspen: Fear, worry
Beech: critical, intolerance, lack of compassion
Centaury: tired, passive, weak willed
Ceato: not trusting self, and decisions
Cherry Plum: temper, losing control
Chestnut Bud: repeating mistakes
Chicory: self pity, manipulating, self centered
Clematis: lack of concentration, withdrawing
Crab Apple: used externally on rashes warts, or ringworm
Elm: overwhelmed, depressed
Gentian: depressed, discouraged
Heather: demand attention, talkative, dislike being alone
Holly: insecurity, jealousy
Honeysuckle: bereavement, nostalgia
Hornbeam: tired, need strength
Impatiens: impatience, accident prone, irritated
Larch: depressed, lack of confidence
Mimulus: shyness, fear
Mustard: gloomy for no reason, depressed
Oak: exhaustion, overworked
Pine: unworthy, guilt
Red Chestnut: worried, fear
Rock Rose: terror
Rock Water: opinionated, perfectionist, denial
Star of Bethlehem: post traumatic stress, trama
Sweet Chestnut: hopelessness, sorrow, mental anguish
Vervain: hyper, high strung
Vine: inflexible, aggressive
Walnut: menopause, puberty, change
Water Violet: lonely, aloof, private
White Chestnut: unwanted thoughts, sleeplessness, concentration
Wild Oat: decision making, lack of clarity
Wild Rose: lack of motivation
Willow: irritable, resentment, self-pity