The Impatiens Bach Flower Remedy: An In-Depth Look
If you're the kind of person who wants everything done yesterday and can't help but make rash decisions, the Impatiens Bach flower remedy may be just what you need. This remedy helps to calm your inner motor and slow you down, so you can take a more measured approach to life. Don't let impatience get the best of you! Keep reading to learn more about how this Bach flower remedy may be able to help you.
Impatiens Bach Flower: For impatience
Impatiens is the Bach flower remedy for those who are impatient, irritable and have a need for speed in everything they do. These people have an inner motor, constantly needing to be on the go, pressured by time. They find it hard to wait and often interrupt people’s sentences. They often prefer to work alone so they can go at their own pace and not be held up by others, though they can often work too quickly which leads to careless mistakes. They have a great desire for independence. If things don’t go as quickly as they wish they can be rude or brusque (e.g. a waitress not serving quick enough.) They hate being ill and slowed down. Easily irritated if things don’t go as quickly as they wish. As children they can be quite hyperactive, unable to sit still and difficult to put to bed.
Impatiens Bach Flower in Brief
When you're in a negative state, people who need can feel:
- Powered by an internal motor
- A need to do everything quickly – eat, walk, talk
- No patience for people who are too slow
- A desire to work independently
- Often interrupt people’s sentences
- Make rash decisions and impatient
- Can make careless mistakes in work or finish jobs too quickly in order to just get them done
While in a positive state, Impatiens can help you:
- Be less hasty, more relaxed and patient
- Be quick minded and quick witted
- Be able to keep things moving at a good pace
- Be able to wait for things to take their natural course
- Not be easily irritated by people
Impatiens for ADHD
ADHD is a condition that leads to difficulties with focus, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. It is most often diagnosed in children but can also affect adults. ADHD is thought to be caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Treatment typically involves a combination of medication and therapy. Symptoms of ADHD can vary from person to person, but may include restlessness, impulsivity, difficulty paying attention, and excessive talking. ADHD can make it difficult to succeed in school or at work and can also cause problems with relationships. However, with proper treatment, many people with ADHD are able to lead successful lives.
Bach flower remedies may be supportive for people with ADHD as a natural treatment for ADHD characteristics and symptoms. The negative state of Impatiens in particular holds many similar traits as someone with ADHD hyperactive or combined type – hyperactivity, impulsiveness, being driven by an internal motor. If you’d like to read more about Bach flower for ADHD, I’ve written a first-hand account of which remedies have been helpful for myself which you can read on the link below.
More about Bach flower remedies
What are Bach flower remedies?
Bach flower remedies are a type of alternative medicine that uses flowers to treat various mental and emotional conditions. The remedies were developed by British physician Edward Bach in the 1930s and are based on the idea that each flower has a unique vibrational frequency that can be used to heal specific ailments. Many people find they can help to improve mood, reduce stress, and promote relaxation. There are 38 different Bach flower remedies, each of which is used to treat specific emotions. Commonly used remedies include White Chestnut, which is used to relieve an overactive mind and insomnia, and Mimulus, which is used to ease fear and anxiety.
How do I buy Bach flower remedies?
Through Mindful Remedies you can create your own personalised remedy blend including up to seven flower remedies in a treatment bottle. Simply read each of the statements and think carefully about your emotions right now, add up to seven in your bottle and check out. I’ll create your own personalised blend by hand and post it to you wherever you are in the world.
How do I take my remedy?
Flower remedies are taken by mouth either under the tongue or in a glass of water. Minimum dose is 4 drops, 4 times per day.
Are flower remedies safe?
Flower remedies are completely safe and gentle to use with no side effects. They can be used by people of all ages even babies and can be used alongside existing medication with no interactions.