Bach Flower

  • 1 Agrimony – Mental torture behind a cheerful face
  • 2 Aspen – Fear of unknown things
  • 3 Beech – Intolerance
  • 4 Centaury – The inability to say ‘no’
  • 5 Cerato – Lack of trust in one’s own decisions
  • 6 Cherry Plum – Fear of the mind giving way
  • 7 Chestnut Bud – Failure to learn from mistakes
  • 8 Chicory – Selfish, possessive love
  • 9 Clematis – Dreaming of the future without working in the present
  • 10 Crab Apple – The cleansing remedy also for self-hatred
  • 11 Elm – Overwhelmed by responsibility
  • 12 Gentian – Discouragement after a setback
  • 13 Gorse – Hopelessness and despair
  • 14 Heather – Self-centredness and self-concern
  • 15 Holly – Hatred,envy and jealousy
  • 16 Honeysuckle – Living in the past
  • 17 Hornbeam – Tiredness at the thought of doing something
  • 18 Impatiens – Impatience
  • 19 Larch – Lack of confidence
  • 20 Mimulus – Fear of known things
  • 21 Mustard – Deep gloom for no reason
  • 22 Oak – The plodder who keeps going past the point of exhaustion
  • 23 Olive – Exhaustion following mental or physical effort
  • 24 Pine – Guilt
  • 25 Red Chestnut – Over-concern for the welfare of loved ones
  • 26 Rock Rose – Terror and fright
  • 27 Rock Water – Self-denial, rigidity and self-repression
  • 28 Scleranthus – Inbility to choose between alternatives
  • 29 Star of Bethlehem – Shock
  • 30 Sweet Chestnut – Extreme mental anguish, when everything has been tried and there is no light left
  • 31 Vervain – Over enthusiasm
  • 32 Vine – Dominance and inflexibility
  • 33 Walnut – Protection from change and unwanted influences
  • 34 Water Violet – Quiet self- reliance leading to isolation
  • 35 White Chestnut – Unwanted thoughts and mental arguments
  • 36 Wild Oat – Uncertainty over one’s direction in life
  • 37 Wild Rose – Drifting, resignation, apathy
  • 38 Willow – Self- pity and resentment
  • 39 Rescue Remedy – Stressful situations from last minute exam or interviews. For effects of aftermath of accidents or bad news