What Essences Are in Rescue Remedy?
Rescue Remedy is a natural remedy that contains flower essences that calm the mind and restore mental balance. It was created by Dr. Edward Bach, a British physician in the 1920’s and 1930’s. Dr. Bach was also a bacteriologist, researcher and homeopath. He believed that mental state and attitude play an important part in a person’s health, hence his turning to nature for solutions, and in time developing his flower essences.
Rock rose is one of the ingredients in Rescue Remedy. It is designed to relieve feelings of terror and panic such as can be brought on by too much stress, or feelings of being overwhelmed.
Impatiens is another of Bach’s flower essences and it is created to help those who are impatient, and have a tendency to think or act in a quick fashion. It can also help for those who have problems with empathy and patience and cannot understand why others have these traits. It is quick to relieve an impatient attitude, and will help to lower stress levels related to this.
Star of Bethlehem
Star of Bethlehem is designed to help those suffering from trauma or shock, whether from something that has happened recently or far in the past. It can help those who are suffering from trauma and shock to integrate the original experiences into their present life so that the memories don’t fester and make the situation worse.
Cherry plum flower essence is designed to help those who have fears about loss of control of thoughts and actions, and because of such, doing something that they know is bad for them, or is morally wrong. This flower essence teaches a person to trust their own innate wisdom, as well as, giving them the courage to follow that wisdom.
Clematis flower essence helps people who are unhappy and because of this they spend a lot of time mentally in fantasy worlds. It helps to ground and center the person so they can deal with their daily life. It can also assist with creativity and how to use creativity to better their lives in the present. Finally it fosters clarity and alertness.