The Flower Essences reign supreme in the area of restoring emotional well-being. The advent of quantum physics and the development of the mind/body connection have provided new insights into the workings of energy and vibrational medicine, animating the invisible and intelligent life force within; it is on this level that the flower essences restore the balance and harmony of an animal’s true nature, often forestalling a physical disturbance before it has time to manifest as an illness.
Gentle in nature, these are often our first choice when dealing with behavioral issues.
Refer our Desktop Guide to Flower Essences for Animals.
Our thanks to the research by Dr Edward Bach who formulated these amazing essences by exploring the trees and flowers of the countryside whose essences embodied the positive and harmonising force for a negative emotional state. It is a sad indictment on the human race that we now inflict this state on our animals. We are indeed grateful that these Flower Essences work just as well for our companion animals.
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Also known as the Five Flower Essence
For first aid, emergencies and associated stress This is a composite of five of the thirty-eight Bach Flowers and is regarded as a single composite remedy for formulas, or can be used by itself. It is the remedy for all emergencies: panic, shock, mental numbness, hysteria, and unconsciousness. The Rescue Remedy is not used as a replacement for medical attention but it can alleviate much of the animal’s distress while waiting for medical aid. It enables the body/mind process to begin restoration to normality, allowing enhancement of any subsequent veterinary treatment. The five flowers that comprise the Rescue Remedy are:
Cherry Plum: to give self-control; to help retain control (hysteria).
Clematis: to give enthusiasm, to restore consciousness. Impatiens: to give patience, to relieve pain and anxiety. Rock Rose: to give courage, to relieve panic and fear.
Star of Bethlehem: to give calmness, comfort; to alleviate trauma.