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Bach Flower Therapy: Theory and Practice
Dr Edward Bach discovered 38 flower remedies e.g. heather, gentian, elm, crab apple etc. which when taken work on both the emotional and physical level.
Paperback, 240 pages
Published May 5th 1998 by Thorsons Publishers
(first published 1981)
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I really liked how the author described the action of Bach Flowers in the first chapters of this book. I also like how you can read about each of the 38 flowers and what their key principle is and the symptoms of issues that go along with it. Very easy to read well written. A great basic resource for Bach Flowers.
Feb 11, 2010 Natalie rated it 4 of 5 stars · review of another edition
This is a great, easy to read over view of the bach flowers. It is well written and easy to understand. It will definitely be a keeper for my reference section on my book shelf. I love using bach flower remedies.
This is STILL a book I refer to from time to time.I read it in 1988.It has wonderful descriptions of the flowers and their therapies.I love Flowers & Gardening.As a Medical Rep. for many years,I became interested in how certain plants work to cure illness.I like the Natural aspects of this book.Should be on your bookshelf for handy reference.
wasn't the book I didn't like but the theory of the Bach Flower Remedy. just wasn't something that I found I would be interested in enough to seek more info about it. Love herbalogy, homeopathy, and natural things but this one just wasn't for me.