SHIPPING: $6.95 within Australia ~ free on orders over $69. AFTERPAY available on orders over $100.



A very well respected medical doctor, homeopath and scientist in the 1920's, Dr Edward Bach came to the realisation that the ailments of his patients needed to be treated at a more causal level, rather than just the symptoms.

Dr Bach gradually sought out and found the flowers that would form his new system. The Bach Flower Remedies have now been used for over 80 years and are as effective and necessary now as they were then. There are 38 remedies to help you balance 38 different states of mind and emotion.

Dr Bach intended the use of the remedies to be straightforward and simple enough for everyone to understand. To select the remedies you need, think about the sort of person you are and the way you are feeling. You can combine up to 8 of the individual remedies at one time. (Custom blends will be available soon. Sign up to my mailing list to be notified). 

The 38 remedies and their positive states are listed below, with their negative states in brackets. Dr Bach divided the remedies into 7 emotional groups, which can help you choose the right remedy according to a particular thought pattern or emotion. Click on the remedy name for more information.



  • Aspen - Feeling safe (fear of unknown things)
  • Cherry Plum - Rationality and calmness (fear of the mind giving way)
  • Mimulus - Courage (fear of known things)
  • Red Chestnut - Optimism that all is well (over-concern for the welfare of loved ones)
  • Rock Rose - Fearlessness (terror and fright)



  • Cerato - Trust (lack of trust in one's own decisions)
  • Gentian - Faith (discouragement after a setback)
  • Gorse - Hope (hopelessness and despair)
  • Hornbeam - Mental vitality (tiredness at the thought of doing something)
  • Scleranthus - Balance and decisiveness (inability to choose between alternatives)
  • Wild Oat - Clarity of direction (uncertainty over one's direction in life)


Insufficient interest in present circumstances

  • Clematis - Being in the here & now (dreaming of the future without working in the present)
  • Chestnut Bud - Learning from experience (failure to learn from mistakes)
  • Honeysuckle - Letting go (living in the past)
  • Mustard - Joy (deep gloom for no reason)
  • Olive - Physical vitality (exhaustion following mental or physical effort)
  • White Chestnut - Tranquility of mind (unwanted thoughts and mental arguments)
  • Wild Rose - Enthusiasm (drifting, resignation, apathy)



  • Heather - Empathy for others (self-centredness and self-concern)
  • Impatiens - Patience (impatience)
  • Water Violet - Humility (quiet self-reliance leading to isolation)


Over-sensitive to influences and ideas

  • Agrimony - Inner harmony (mental torture behind a cheerful face)
  • Centaury - Self determination (the inability to say 'no')
  • Holly - Unconditional love (hatred, envy and jealousy)
  • Walnut - Adaptability and protection (protection from change and unwanted influences)


Despondency or despair

  • Crab Apple - Purity (the cleansing remedy, also for self-hatred)
  • Elm - Balanced responsibility (overwhelmed by responsibility)
  • Larch - Self confidence (lack of confidence)
  • Oak - Strength and endurance (the plodder who keeps going past the point of exhaustion)
  • Pine - Positive self-value (guilt)
  • Star of Bethlehem - Transforming shock (shock)
  • Sweet Chestnut - The light at the end of the tunnel (extreme mental anguish, when everything has been tried and there is no light left)
  • Willow - Forgiveness (self-pity and resentment)


Over-care for welfare of others

  • Beech - Tolerance (intolerance)
  • Chicory - Unattached (selfish, possessive love)
  • Rock Water - Freedom and flexibility (self-denial, rigidity and self-repression)
  • Vervain - Realistic responsibility (over-enthusiasm)
  • Vine - Positive leadership (dominance and inflexibility)