molly’s bach flower stroke remedy – Flowers, gifts of nature – fragile, colourful and splendid – when matched to personality and attitude have proven the most gentle, yet potent healers. No side-effects. No contra indications! How the “Take no notice of the disease – treat only the outlook on life of the one in distress.” heal by life-force (essence) alone has confounded medical science since their discovery and distillation by Dr Edward Bach M.D. in the 1930s. Dr. Bach extracted the blossom’s essence using a clean glass bowl, pure water, sunlight and the fresh bloom. In treatment of illness, Dr Bach believed that a physician must He borrowed from nature’s fields gifting mankind one of the simplest, most powerful systems to treat emotional and psychological imbalance. Mind and emotions are first to reflect onset of dis-ease. Mood changes – clearly observable by our families, friends and colleagues – emerge well before physical illness. Body-speak: aches, pains, nausea, breathing issues, blurred vision, skin rashes, lumps/swellings, dizziness, numbness, twitching/itching, exhaustion and hyperactivity are confirmation of illness. There are 38 remedies, plus an emergency combination, Rescue Remedy, that heal the full range of noxious states of mind and emotions.
molly’s bach flower stroke remedy
Take a 60 ml coloured glass bottle, with an eye-dropper cap. Place 1/2 inch apple cider vinegar in the bottle. Fill the bottle to within 1/4 inch from the top with still spring water. Add 3 drops of each of the 5 Bach Flower Remedies listed below under the heading “5 bach flowers …”. Seal with dropper cap and shake the bottle firmly to mix. There is no need to refrigerate. Apple cider vinegar is a preservative. Place 5 drops stroke remedy under the tongue, hold to count of 8 then swallow. Take 5 drops on waking – around midday and in the evening – a minimum of 3 times a day. Mum takes 5 drops every 2–3 hours. She needs remedy drops when her speech starts to slur.
The 5 bach flowers in mum’s stroke remedy
1. star of bethlehem – shock/trauma (physical/ emotional and/or psychological – past or present)
2. clematis – mentally absent, drowsy
3. hornbeam – fatigue (mental/physical)
4. wild rose – apathy, resignation
5. olive – exhaustion (mental/physical)
Occasionally, Mum took a dose of Impatiens (5 x drops under her tongue) on days when impatience manifested. Mum could become frustrated/impatient at not being as agile mentally and physically as she used to be before her strokes. cheers catchul8r molly