'Five Flower Formula'
Flower Essence Combination
"A combination of five English flower essences first developed by Dr. Edward Bach, promoting calm and balance in diverse situations of stress, emergency, and trauma."
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Description: A mixture of Rock Rose,
Clematis, Impatiens, Cherry Plum and Star of Bethlehem flower essences.
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The Five-Flower Formula is praised throughout the world by health practitioners and lay persons. The formula of five different flower essences - Clematis, Cherry Plum, Impatiens, Rock Rose, and Star of Bethlehem - was developed
by Dr. Edward Bach in the 1930's through his own practice and observation. Over the years it has come to be regarded as a "rescue" combination for its remarkable ability to address emergency and crisis conditions.
Prepared in rural England by renowned teacher and naturalist, Julian Barnard of Healingherbs, Ltd., the formula is made according
to the original directions of Dr. Bach. True to Bach's original intentions, it is not prepared or labeled as a homeopathic remedy, and it is Biodynamic and organic.
Storage and Access
It is important that you store Five Flower Formula in several places for immediate access during emergencies:
purse or briefcase, glove comparTent of each vehicle, medicine chest, bathrooms, and kitchen. Five Flower Formula
is sold at the level of stock concentration. The stock level will keep indefinitely. It is best to store it at
this level so that it will be potent for immediate use in emergency situations.
Stock concentrate can be taken directly under the tongue, or applied to pulse points. The stock concentrate can
also be diluted in a spoonful of water, or several drops can be put in a half-glass of water and sipped slowly.
10 drops of stock can also be added to a 4 oz misting bottle filled with fresh spring water. A dosage bottle
can be made by adding 2-3 drops of stock to a one-ounce bottle filled with fresh spring water and preserved with
one tablespoon of brandy.
If you are assisting someone who is unable to drink, you can rub some of the concentrate on the lips and on the
pulse points of the body. Alternatively, you can spray or mist the formula on the lips and over the whole body.
The Five-Flower Formula is very effective when applied topically in a cream base. Use a neutral cream which is
easily absorbed. (Wide mouthed jars of FES Self-Heal CremeT are designed for such use.) Add 10 drops of Five-Flower
Formula per ounce (20 drops for 2-ounce / 60 gram jar). Stir clockwise and counter-clockwise for about one minute.
This creme is highly beneficial for many emergency situations and can be made and stored along with the concentrate
for future emergency use, or it can be made as needed for situations which arise.
Five-Flower Formula for Animals
Stock concentrate needs to be diluted into water for very small animals such as birds. One of the most effective
applications is misting the formula on the mouth and on other parts of the body. The formula can be added to
the drinking water, provided a fresh batch is made once or twice a day (the remedy will lose potency when exposed
to air for several hours).
Five-Flower Formula for Plants
Add 10-15 drops of stock concentrate to a large water can and water after transplanting. Add proportionately
more to a large backpack sprayer dedicated to vibrational remedies and spray around the entire periphery of the
plant or community of plants needing help. Add 1-6 drops of concentrate (depending on the size of the vase) to
the water for fresh cut flowers.
Five-Flower Formula is not a substitute for qualified emergency care or medical or psychiatric intervention.
For example, it can be used to help someone who is injured and is en route to the hospital, but it does not replace
appropriate medical care or examination following any major injury or accident. Similarly the Five-Flower Formula
may be very helpful in alleviating acute emotional stress following a devastating experience, but it not intended
to replace other forms of metal health counseling and care.
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