Clematis Bach Flower Remedy: An In Depth Look

Clematis Bach Flower Remedy: An In Depth Look

If you're always daydreaming and have trouble staying focused on the present, Clematis Bach flower remedies may be able to help. This natural remedy can help improve focus, concentration and grounding, making it ideal for those who struggle with staying present in the moment. Read on to learn more about how Clematis Bach flower remedies can help improve your focus and concentration.

Clematis Bach Flower: For the daydreamers

Clematis flower remedy is for people who are lost in thought, daydreaming about the future, unable to focus on the present. They are often fantasising about future adventures or achievements but sometimes lack the focus to put those dreams into reality.

The positive potential of Clematis is to feel grounded and focused on the present. It will help bring you back to earth so you can action your dreams.

Clematis features in Rescue Remedy to help people in an emergency feel less dizzy and light-headed and more grounded in the present.

Clematis flower remedy for daydreamers

Clematis Bach Flower in Brief

When you're in a negative state, people who need can feel:

  • You are a daydreamer
  • You are lost in thought unable to focus on the present
  • You lack focus and concentration
  • You can often seem sleepy and drowsy, not fully awake
  • You are living in hope of happier times
  • Often seen in creative types

While in a positive state, Clematis can help you:

  • To ground yourself in the present
  • To help feelings of dizziness or light-headedness
  • To focus on the present and put dreams into reality

If this remedy strikes a chord with you, simply click the button below to incorporate it into your personalised blend. You have the flexibility to select up to seven remedies in your Mindful Remedies treatment bottle.

Other Bach flowers for focus


In a similar vein, Honeysuckle is also for those who have a disinterest in the present however these people are focused on the past and are wistful about past failures, dreams, lovers…. However, this is more nostalgia or regret for missed opportunities rather than fantasising about future endeavours.



You struggle to order your thoughts and vacillate between different emotions, moods and can’t make a decision. You can be restless.



You have an overactive mind and want everything done in a hurry. This need for speed often means you do a rush job and can be restless and not focused on the detail. You can be impulsive.



White Chestnut

You have an overactive mind constantly replaying things over in your mind, unable to let your mind rest. This can leave you exhausted and unable to sleep. These non-stop mental arguments can mean you focus only on the thing worrying you and you ignore other areas of your life.


Wild Oat

You are missing a purpose in life and lack direction. This means you stop and start hobbies or ventures all the time, never feeling fulfilled. You lose interest easily.


Crab Apple

You can be easily distracted by small things such as your appearance or the state of the house. This stems from a feeling of self-hatred and lack of self-love. These feelings make you feel the need to cleanse yourself which can externally manifest itself in mannerisms which can be compulsive.



You lack judgement in your decisions and are constantly seeking advice from other people. You are easily influenced by others and lack the ability to stand true to what your original thoughts.


More about Bach flower remedies

What are Bach flower remedies?

Dr Bach created the flower remedy system in the 1930s. He was a physician and homeopath and when treating his patients, he recognised that patients suffering from the same ailment also had the same emotional problems. He began working with flowers and plants to find natural remedies that could help alleviate their emotional problems, which in turn healed their physical problems.

Today the flower remedies are used widely across the world to help emotional wellbeing and balance. There are 38 flower remedies in total, each relating to a different emotion and which in total covers the full emotional spectrum.

The remedies are safe, natural and gentle. They can be used for all ages and are safe alongside other medication.

You take the remedies by mouth and you should take a minimum of four drops, four times per day.

For more info read more about what are flower remedies or our FAQs.

Creating a remedy

You can add up to seven flower remedies to a bottle at any one time. A bottle should last you about three weeks. At Mindful Remedies we offer the chance to create your own personalised flower remedy selecting any seven across the full 38 flower remedies. 

Clematis flower remedy can help you to connect with your dreams and make them a reality. If you find yourself daydreaming, unfocused, or lost in thought more often than not, this may be the perfect remedy for you. Create your own flower remedy today and start living the life of your dreams!

view all 38 flower essences

about the author

Since 2021, Lucy Edwards, a qualified Bach Flower Practitioner and the driving force behind Mindful Remedies, has connected with clients across the world. Crafting thousands of personalised remedies, Lucy has supported individuals' emotional wellbeing, shipping remedies to far-flung places like the USA, Thailand, and Australia.

Lucy is readily available for conversations, offering personalised advice to guide you on the path to holistic wellness. It's important to note that she's not only qualified but also registered with the Bach Centre, ensuring that every consultation and remedy adheres to Dr Bach’s original guidelines for expert care and efficacy.