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As the exam season approaches, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and stressed out. Whether you're a student or a professional taking certification exams, it's normal to experience anxiety and nervousness. However, Bach Flower Remedies can help alleviate these feelings and give you a much-needed boost of confidence, focus and motivation while studying and revising.
Studying and revising for exams can be a daunting task, and it's easy to become demotivated or lose focus. With Bach Flower Remedies, you can tap into the power of nature to help you maintain focus and study motivation during your study sessions. The remedies can help you balance your emotions, making it easier to concentrate and stay on task.
Bach Flower Remedies are a natural way to balance emotions and promote emotional wellbeing. These remedies are made from flower extracts that help restore balance to the emotional state of an individual. They were developed by Dr. Edward Bach in the 1930s and have been used ever since to help people deal with emotional imbalances. They are completely natural, safe and have no side effects. They can be used safely by people of all ages including babies and alongside existing medication.
The remedies are made by infusing flowers in water, which is then diluted and preserved with brandy or another type of alcohol. Each remedy addresses a specific emotional state, such as anxiety, fear, or uncertainty. There are 38 different remedies in total.
Here are 10 Bach Flower Remedies that can help you with exam preparation and dealing with stress and anxiety during exams:
Hornbeam: This is the remedy for mental weariness, procrastination, and an inability to motivate yourself to tasks you find boring, such as revision. Hornbeam will give you a kick start to lift your spirits and get you started.
Clematis: This is the remedy for daydreamers lost in thought and daydreams of the future. You're unable to focus and are constantly lost in thought or your own imagination. This remedy will help with grounding and focus.
Chestnut Bud: This is the remedy to help with learning. You repeat the same mistakes as you're unable to fully absorb information from your day-to-day experiences. You have mental blocks and are slow to learn. This remedy will help with insight and wisdom.
Larch: This is the remedy for confidence. You lack confidence in your abilities, which means you make excuses for yourself and are reluctant to try, as in your mind, you've already failed. This remedy will give you confidence to believe in yourself.
Elm: This remedy helps with feelings of overwhelm about responsibility and pressure
Mimulus: This is the remedy for known anxieties where you're anxious about something specific, for example, the fear of failure or fear of exams. This remedy will help bring calm.
Rock Rose: For extreme anxiety or panic attacks include Rock Rose in your remedy mix.
White Chestnut: This remedy helps with an overactive mind, ruminating thoughts and worrying - which may lead to distractions and lack of focus.
Cherry Plum: For extreme stress, feeling on the verge of a breakdown, loss of control. This remedy helps bring composure and de-escalate heightened stress.
Gentian: This is the remedy for despondency after a setback. Perhaps you've had a bad mark in your coursework, and this has knocked your confidence and left you feeling low. You feel discouraged, but Gentian will help you pick yourself up and give it another go.
At Mindful Remedies, we can help you create a personalised Bach Flower Remedy blend just for you. You can choose up to seven remedies in a bottle using the buttons above or view all 38 flower remedies via the link below. We understand that everyone is different, and what works for one person may not work for another. That's why we only offer a personalised approach to creating Bach Flower Remedy blends that are tailored to your specific needs.view all 38 flower essences
Using Bach Flower Remedies is easy. You can take them as drops or add them to your drinking water or tea. They are safe and have no side effects. Bach flower remedies are safe for children. They can also be used across all ages including babies and pregnant women. However, they do contain a little alcohol so if you're taking any medication that would interact with this, it's best to consult with your doctor before taking Bach Flower Remedies. You can choose to have your remedy made up alcohol free by adding a note to your order but note they will never be 100% alcohol free. To discuss this further please contact us.
If you're wondering whether Bach Flower Remedies actually work, we invite you to check out our 5-star reviews on our website. Many of our satisfied customers have shared their positive experiences with Bach Flower Remedies and how they have helped them with various emotional imbalances.
So, if you're looking for a natural way to help you stay focused and motivated while studying and revising, we encourage you to give Bach Flower Remedies a try.