Bach Flower Remedies: A Natural Remedy for Stressful Holidays

Bach Flower Remedies: A Natural Remedy for Stressful Holidays

Feeling tense, exhausted and burnt out?

The Christmas period can be an incredibly stressful time of year, with so much to do and so little time to do it in. We can often feel overwhelmed at Christmas, exhausted and burnt out from managing family gatherings, preparing meals and dealing with a full schedule of events. Not to mention having to wake up early due to the excited children! It’s no surprise that many of us need some extra help getting through this period and are left feeling frazzled after.

Bach flower remedies are one way to find relief during the holiday season. Created by English doctor Edward Bach in the 1930s, Bach flower remedies are infusions made from wild plants and flowers used as a type of vibrational healing, similar to homeopathy. The 38 different remedies are designed to target different mental and emotional issues including fear, anxiety and stress. They work on a subtle level to balance emotions, restore clarity of mind and aid relaxation - perfect for when your nerves are stretched to breaking point over the festive season!

They are gentle, non-habit forming and have no side effects - meaning they're a popular choice for people looking to manage their emotional wellbeing naturally.

Do any of these resonate with you at this time of year?

Olive - Your body, mind & spirit are utterly exhausted

Beech - You can be intolerant, judgemental & critical

Cherry Plum - Your nerves are stretched to breaking point

Gentian - You feel despondent & discouraged after a setback

Holly - You feel anger or hatred towards others

Above are just a small selection of remedies with emotions that may crop up more often over the Christmas period but you you can view the full List of Bach flower remedies to determine which are the best remedies for you. You can work with up to seven at any one time in a treatment bottle.

With deliveries starting again from 3rd January onwards now is the perfect time to stock up on Bach flower remedies so they can help be a catalyst to support those New Year’s resolutions. Remember that these remedies can be taken alongside existing medication such as antidepressants or anti-anxiety medication or other supplements you may be taking and they also complement other lifestyle changes such as meditating or talking about your worries so combine them for best results.

If you're looking for an extra boost to recover after the festive season then why not give Bach flower remedies a try? They could offer just what you need for finding inner peace amongst all the chaos!

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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.