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A Beginner Guide To Bach Remedies

The Bach Remedy system, created by Dr Edward Bach, is primarily as a self-help tool. His vision was that one day we would manage our emotions as easily as we manage cuts and grazes. He saw this system as a medicine of the future and hoped we would reach into our medicine cabinets for a remedy as easily as we reach for a band aid.

The system consists of 38 remedies and it is believed that in combination they can address any emotional situation we find ourselves experiencing. In training we are advised to take the remedies as often as needed and I personally made great headway once the remedies were introduced to my life tools kit. Don’t shy away from any of the remedy interpretations. These are based on what the particular remedy is most known for but emotional states have various degrees. As practitioners we are taught if the remedies are being taken as they should be, at some point we will have taken all 38……and I have. The remedy descriptions are normal human responses we may find ourselves in from time to time and so there are no undesirable remedies.

 

While the remedies are primarily a self-help system of healing, there may be times when we need a little more help. Consultations with a practitioner may assist at such times. 

There are two available options for a consultation with Irene. To gain the most benefit it can be advisable to have an appointment and follow up review 3 – 4 weeks later. The reason for this is the remedies are subtle and more chronic feelings may take time to balance. In some cases a person may feel the initial treatment bottle has only started working and another bottle of the same remedies will be given at the review. In other cases a quick response may be experienced and the remedy choice may change over these weeks. The review appointment then allows for adjustment to the remedy selection as the emotional layers have started to peel away. This also gives some insight for you should you decide to start making treatment bottles for yourself. However, If preferred one single appointment can be booked also. 

Your investment for a consultation:

Appointment & Review – £40 in person at the Cerato Centre, £20 payable on each day. £46 online to allow p&p of remedies, £23.00 on each day. Payment can be made through the website.

Single day – £20 in person / £23.00 online

 

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After the initial consultation you can consider how you want to proceed. Some people feel confident enough to take over making their own remedy bottle. Others prefer to repeat consultations until they get a better idea of the system and their specific requirements. Others may decide to learn more about the remedies to support their own use of the remedies.