Rounded Rectangle: Bach Flower Therapy

Nature's Healthy Balance Inc.


The Bach Flower System consists of essences made from 38 different wild flowers. The remedies work on an energetic level similar to homeopathy which affects emotional and mental states of a person to assist in transforming negative attitudes into positive ones.

History of Bach Flowers

The late Dr. Edward Bach, a British doctor who had worked for over twenty years as a homeopath, physician, and bacteriologist discovered Bach Flower Remedies. In 1930 Dr. Bach gave up his lucrative medical practice to devote his life to this new system of medicine he has discovered in nature. He chose to rely on his natural gifts as a healer and use his intuition to guide him. One by one he found the remedies he wanted, each aimed at a particular mental state or emotion. Dr. Bach’s life followed a seasonal pattern; in the spring and summer he would spend his time looking for and preparing the remedies, and during the winter he would provide help and advice to all who came looking assistance. He found when he treated the symptoms of the personalities and feelings of his patients, their unhappiness and physical distress were alleviated. The natural healing potential in the body was unblocked and allowed to work once more. The flower remedies have been proven effective time and again over the past 70 years.

Choosing a Bach Flower Remedy

Nature’s Healthy Balance uses the Electro-Dermal Health Screening test to identify the exact flowers needed to match your specific needs.  A custom Bach Flower Remedy consisting of 5-6 flower essences is created to help rebalance the emotional state of health.

Agrimony = Mental anguish behind a cheerful face

Aspen = Fear of unknown things

Beech = Intolerance

Centaury = The inability to say “no”

Cerato = Lack of trust in one’s own decisions

Cherry Plum = Fear of a mental breakdown

Chestnut Bud = Failure to learn from mistakes

Chicory = Selfish, possessive love

Clematis = Dreaming of the future without working out the present

Crab Apple = The cleansing remedy, also for self-hatred

Elm = Overwhelmed with responsibility

Gentian = Discouragement after setback, restores hope

Gorse = Hopelessness and despair

Heather = Self-centeredness and self-concern

Holly = Hatred, envy and jealousy

Honeysuckle = Living in the past

Hornbeam = Procrastination, tiredness at the thought of doing something

Impatiens = Impatience

Larch = Lack of confidence

Mimulus = Fear of known things

Mustard = Deep gloom for no reason

Oak =  person who keeps going past the point of exhaustion

Olive = Exhaustion following mental or physical effort

Pine = Guilt

Red Chestnut = Over-concern for the welfare of loved ones

Rock Rose = Terror and fright

Rock Water = Self-denial, self-repression

Scleranthus = Inability to choose between alternatives

Star of Bethlehem = Shock

Sweet Chestnut = Extreme mental anguish

Vervain = Over-enthusiasm

Vine = Dominance and inflexibility

Walnut = Protection from change and unwanted influences

Water Violet = Pride and aloofness

White Chestnut = For unwanted repetitive thoughts

Wild Oat = Uncertainty over one’s direction in life

Wild Rose = Drifting, apathy

Willow = Self pity and resentment

List of the Bach Flowers