Bach flower therapy is a method of alternative medicine based on the use of wild flower extracts developed by Dr. Edward Bach were developed. Dr. Bach believed that certain negative emotional states, such as fear, anger, sadness and insecurity, affected health and that the use of flower essences could alleviate these states. Bach developed a total of 38 essences made from different wild flowers and each of them has a specific effect on psychological well-being.
Bach flower therapy is often viewed as a gentle and natural method to treat emotional stress and negative feelings. The essences are believed to help balance energy in the body and calm the soul. The therapy can be used alone or in combination with other treatments, such as psychotherapy or medication.
It is important to note that Bach Flower Therapy should not be viewed as a substitute for medical treatment and one should always consult a doctor or qualified therapist before beginning Bach Flower Therapy.