8 Bach Flower Remedies for Anxiety

How to use Bach Flower Remedies to relieve anxiety

Bach Flower remedies are a gentle way to reduce stress and anxiety naturally.

The good thing about these remedies is that they don’t interact with prescription medications or herbal remedies and they’re safe for all ages.

I’ve been using Bach Flower remedies to help with my anxiety for years and although there isn’t any scientific evidence to prove that they work, I really feel that they do help.

I’ve also prescribed these remedies to my naturopathy clients over the years with good results.

In this article I’ve compiled a list of the 8 best Bach Flower remedies for reducing stress and anxiety.

Important Note: These remedies can be helpful for anxiety symptoms but they’re not a cure for anxiety. Please talk to your doctor about treatment options for anxiety.

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Bach flower remedies for anxiety

What are Bach Flower Remedies?

The Bach Flower Remedies were developed about 80 years ago by Dr. Edward Bach, a British Homeopath.

The remedies are hand produced in England using natural spring water infused with wild flowers.

Bach Flower remedies work on the emotions and are helpful for anxiety, depression, fears, jealousy, low self-esteem, worries and trauma.

The Bach flower drops can be placed directly under the tongue or added to a glass of water.

Bach Flower Remedies work alongside herbs, homeopathy and medications, and are safe for everyone, including children and pets.

The remedies can be used individually or mixed together.

Bach flowers for anxiety

Here are 8 Bach Flower remedies for anxiety:

1. Red Chestnut

Red Chestnut is the remedy for fears that something bad is going to happen to your children or family members.

2. Aspen

Aspen is the remedy for fears of the unknown or a fear that something bad is going to happen but you can’t identify what it is.

3. Elm

Elm is the remedy for when you’re feeling overwhelmed, with too much to do and not enough time to do it.

4. Rock Rose

Rock Rose is the remedy for reducing panic attacks.

5. Cherry Plum

Cherry Plum is the remedy for bad temper, explosive anger, fears that you may lose control or feeling like you want to hurt yourself or others.

6. Mimulus

Mimulus is the remedy for fears of anything that can be identified.

Fear of spiders, fear of dying, fear of heights, fear of losing your job, fear of flying, fear of a panic attack, fear of water etc.

7. White Chestnut

White Chestnut is the remedy for repetitive thoughts or worries.

8. Rescue Remedy

Rescue Remedy is a combination of five remedies including Impatiens, Star of Bethlehem, Cherry Plum, Rock Rose and Clematis.

Rescue Remedy a helpful remedy to keep on hand for stressful situations. I like to keep some Rescue Pastilles in my bag just in case.

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Have you tried any Bach Flower Remedies for anxiety? Let me know in the comments below.

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This Post Has 15 Comments

  1. I’ve never tried Bach flower remedies- honestly, I didn’t know how they worked or what the different varieties were for. Thanks so much- I’m going to give them a second look next time I’m at Sprouts!

  2. These anxiety remedies are very good. besides White Chestnut and Cherry Plum, I have not heard of the rest. Thank you for the share as I will most likely look into these a little more.

  3. I’ve been using Rescue Remedy for years and it’s a fantastic help for anxiety and stress. The cream also works wonders for itching and rashes. Didn’t know about the others – thanks for this!

  4. I haven’t heard of this and might as well try this one out but will look into it further. I have been experiencing anxiety attacks for the past months and coming across this post is helpful.

  5. I had never heard of bach flower remedies before! Sounds very interesting, and useful! Do these have a taste if I mix in water?

    1. Hi Smita, there’s very little taste because you only need to use a few drops.

  6. I was not aware that Bach flowers, nor what they were, helped with anxiety. Thank you for sharing your naturopath knowledge. For those suffering from anxiety, a natural remedy that helps is always appreciated.

  7. This is very useful and educational. Thank you for sharing and exposing me to things I have never thought about in the past.

  8. I haven’t researched using Bach Flower Remedies, thanks for your informative post. I love using essential oils; I think I will look into using these as well! Thanks for sharing!

  9. Wow. The power of nature is real. I really enjoyed this. I’m going to try one of them.

  10. I’ve never heard of Bach Flowers! How interesting of a find. I’ve just started to see a Naturopath and am excited to see if they have Bach Flower remedies at the ready.

  11. Interesting what properties all different plants have and how they can help people with different issues.

  12. These seem to be some good natural remedies to help with anxiety! Will try a few of them! ☺

  13. I love natural ways to treat things. I do believe it must a good treatment, anything that helps in fighting anxiety should have a go.

  14. I’ve never heard of Bach flower remedies. Your post makes me want to try them though!

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