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Bach flower remedies were discovered by Dr. Bach in 1930s, they are made from flowers in an original method set up by Dr. Bach. There are in total 38 original Bach flower remedies, each remedy corresponds to a certain mental/emotional state of a person, once taken they help to transform that state into a positive one. The remedies can be used alone or in combination; thus covering almost any possible emotional distress, anxiety, sadness, fears, depression and etc. Bach remedies can be used along with other medications, prescription drugs, homeopathy or supplements. The most famous combination is the well-known Rescue Remedy.
Flower remedies work amazingly well for stressful situations before exams, a pressure at work or at school, family issues, depressions, light fears.
The remedies do not put emotions into you that were not there before. Instead, they encourage the positive emotions that are already in you, so that they become strong enough to overwhelm and drive out the negative emotions that were dragging you out of balance. So, Bach Flower remedies are medicines for the emotions which aim to balance negative states of mind.
The action of these remedies is to raise our vibrations and open up our channels for the reception of the spiritual self: to flood our natures with the particular virtue we need, and wash out from us the fault that is causing the harm. They are able, like beautiful music, to raise our very nature, and bring us nearer to our souls and by that very act to bring us peace and relieve our suffering. They cure not by attacking the disease, but by Higher nature, in the presence of which disease melts away as does snow in the sunshine.
Gemmotherapy is a branch of phytotherapy that uses the embryological tissues of various trees and shrubs, but also from the reproductive parts and from newly grown tissue to enhance organ function and facilitate tissue regeneration, encouraging toxin elimination by directing them towards the emunctories.
Normal physiological function is capable of removing all the endogenously produced metabolic waste products plus any accumulated exogenously acquired wastes. All cells produce metabolic waste, and they are discharged into the blood stream. These metabolic wastes, or toxins, pass through the liver and are filtered out, and the liver metabolizes them to a form which can be eliminated.
An emunctory is any tissue that is capable of allowing excretions to exit the body.A pace of detoxification commensurate with the ability of the emunctories to freely discharge toxins is essential for efficient elimination of toxins.Insufficient elimination is at the base of any pathology. With insufficient elimination, the toxins accumulate in the blood. Then the secondary excretory organs kick in to attempt to eliminate these excess toxins.
If these secondary routes are stopped from eliminating, then toxins will continue to accumulate in the tissues, leading to more serious disease.