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When your world has been turned upside down ... Rescue Remedy will help turn things around.
Composed of five of the Bach Essences (Cherry Plum, Clematis, Impatiens, Rock Rose, Star of Bethlehem), Rescue Remedy can be taken for such a wide variety of situations that it is suggested you always have it handy, at home, in your pocket (or purse), in your office and in your car. It is for any emergency or stressful situation. It can be taken anytime you feel stressed and anxious; an accident, during or after an argument, before public speaking, when you have received bad news, taking an exam, loss of a loved one, a visit to the dentist or doctor.
The link between the mind and body is most evident when it is made manifest during stressful situations. Long distance runners report mental fatigue and lack of concentration are often more difficult to overcome than muscle aches. People who have gone through emotional trauma often experience a serious illness within months following the event.
Unfortunately, because of our jobs, our family situations, even the places we live, many of us exist in a stressful environment day in and day out. We need to take positive steps to ensure that peace of mind and, along with it, good health are not sacrificed along the way. By restoring the system's emotional balance, Rescue Remedy circumvents the cycle of stress.
We are all subject to stress. Rescue Remedy provides a gentle and effective approach for dealing with the short term aspects of stress.
About Bach Flower Essences:
Bach Flower Essences- the simple and natural method of establishing complete equilibrium and harmony through the personality by means of wild flowers discovered by Dr. Edward Bach, M.B., B.S., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., D.P.H. Bach Flower Essences are homoeopathically prepared from the flowers of non-poisonous plants, bushes, and trees. Each is for a specific mental and emotional state. They work on the emotional state of the person concerned. Bach Flower Essences aim to transform the negative attitudes associated with disease into positive ones. This, in turn, allows the body's own physical system to fight disease and associated stress.