The 38 Remedies

Each of the 38 remedies discovered by Dr Bach is directed at a particular characteristic or emotional state. To select the remedies you need, think about the sort of person you are and the way you are feeling.

For more information on each of the 38 remedies in this list click the relevant link. It might help to read some case studies first to see how they work.

Agrimony

helps people who have given up the struggle for fulfilment.

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Aspen

is the remedy for any fear whose cause can’t be named.

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Beech

is for people who ‘feel the need to see more beauty in all that surrounds them.’

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Centaury

is for people who find it difficult to say ‘no’ to others.

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Cerato

is the remedy for people who lack faith in their judgement.

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Cherry Plum

is the fear that one is going to lose control of oneself and do something dreadful.

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Chestnut Bud

is for people who fail to learn the lessons of life.

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Clematis

is for people whose minds drift away from the present into fantasies of the future.

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Crab Apple

helps people who excessively dislike some aspect of their appearance or personality.

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Chicory

is for people who give possessive love for families and friends. But expect love and attention in return.

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Elm

Helps people suffering a temporary loss of confidence due to the overwhelming amount of responsibility.

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Gentian

is for that relatively mild downheartedness we sometimes feel when things go wrong.

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Gorse

is the remedy for people who have given up belief and hope.

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Heather

is for people who are obsessed with themselves but do not like to be alone.

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Holly

is actually the remedy for very negative, aggressive feelings directed at others.

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Honeysuckle

is for people who live in the past instead of the present.

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Hornbeam

is used against feelings of exhaustion and tiredness that come before an effort has been made.

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Impatien

is the remedy for impatience and the frustration

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Larch

is the remedy for people who feel that they are not as competent as others.

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Mimulus

is the remedy for known fears.

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Mustard

is the remedy for deep gloom and depression that descends for no apparent reason

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Oak

is the remedy for strong, steady people who never give up under adversity.

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Olive

is the remedy for tiredness and exhaustion after an effort of some kind.

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Pine

helps when we blame ourselves for things done or undone.

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Red Chestnut

is for people who feel fear for the well-being of others

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Rock Rose

is the remedy that helps against terror.

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Rock Water

is the remedy for people who take self-repression and self-denial to extremes.

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Scleranthus

helps when we find it difficult to make up our minds.

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Star of Bethlehem

It is the remedy for the after-effects of shock.

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Sweet Chestnut

is the remedy for people who have reached the limits of endurance.

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Vervain

Helps with extream over-enthusiasm of a subject.

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Vine

is for people who think they know best which can lead them to dominate others by force alone

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Walnut

is the remedy to help protect us against outside influences.

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Water Violet

is the remedy for when our natural reserve has built a barrier between us and others.

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White Chestnut

is the remedy for unwanted thoughts and mental arguments.

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Wild Oat

Helps people who want to do something in life but don’t know which direction to go.

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Wild Rose

is for people who have accepted all that life throws at them and have given up the struggle for fulfillment.

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Willow

is for people who feel resentful and bitter about the way their lives have gone.

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The 38 remedies