This section of this site dedicated to the Bach flowers is supposed to be a practical on-line manual to understand and know more about Bach’s flower therapy.
The manual has evolved over time and, to deal with a diversified audience, we’ve created a course among the flowers for those who are beginners and want to know the basics of flower therapy.
Here’s an introduction, essential to know what we are talking about.
What are the Bach flowers? How do they work? What can they be used for?
The seven groups. Edward divided the flowers on the basis of the seven major emotions. It’s important to know them to get to know a bit more about the flowers and their differences.
How to use them. The most recurring question, obviously.
Where to find them. And where to get them.
How to choose them. After a general overview about the seven groups, we’ll talk about how to pick the right flowers among the 38 Bach flowers.
Edward Bach. The least we can do is to know a little bit about their discoverer’s life.
Rescue Remedy. The most known mixture of the Bach flowers, always useful for children and adults.
Self-valuation test. Here we can test us and see if we’ve understood what we’ve read about. It is an online quiz with some questions on the beginners’ course.