75th anniversary of Edward Bach's death

Edward Bach27th November 2011

Dr Edward Bach died 75 years ago, on the 27th November 1936. In her book The Medical Discoveries of Edward Bach, Physician, Nora Weeks described his last days:

"Towards the end of October his strength began seriously to fail; his body, which had been so true a friend to him, could no longer stand the strain of further action, and he was forced to stay in bed. [...]

"His marvellous vitality, his ability to make light of all his sufferings and his unbounded sense of fun and interest in all things led those around him to hope he would soon recover, but he gradually became weaker. At one time he rallied and began to regain his appetite and strength, but this brief rally did not last, and in the evening of November 27th, 1936, he died in his sleep."

Two days after his death, Nora wrote to Charles Daniel of The CW Daniel Co, who had published Bach's final account of his system only a few weeks before. We reproduce the letter below. "His lecture campaign is continuing," writes Nora, "and of course the work of healing with the herbs."

Nora's letter to CW Daniel

Nora's letter to CW Daniel

Nora's letter to CW Daniel

Nora's letter to CW Daniel