Floral Acupuncture: Applying The Flower Essences Of Dr. Bach To Accupuncture Sites

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Crossing Press, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 128 pages
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Certified flower essence practitioner Deborah Craydon and licensed acupuncturist Warren Bellows combine their expertise to present an innovative and highly effective holistic method to treat body, mind, and spirit. By applying flower essences (in place of needles) to acupuncture points, it is possible to stimulate the movement of energy (chi), starting a powerful healing process. Filled with full-color photography, this practical manual, suitable for both professional and home use, includes treatments for common ailments, such as depression, anxiety, and loneliness. The authors also explain the theory behind this technique and provide general instructions for application of flower essence tinctures, creating a comprehensive view of this exciting new form of alternative healing.
  • The first guidebook to show how to apply the flower essences of Dr. Bach to acupuncture points for treatment of emotional and physical conditions, such as depression, anxiety, neck and shoulder pain, and headaches—without the use of needles.
  • Bach flower essences can be purchased in most health food stores and homeopathic pharmacies and are safe for use on children, pregnant women, the elderly, and pets.
  • Includes more that 50 full-color instructional photographs.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE An Overview of Flower Essences
13
CHAPTER Two The FiveElement
23
CHAPTER THREE Applying Flower Essences
34
CHAPTER Foua The Flower Essences of Dr Bach
40
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DEBORAH CRAYDON is a flower essence practitioner and producer of flower essences and gem elixirs designed for topical application, distributed through her company, Flora Corona.
WARREN BELLOWS is a licensed acupuncturist and has a private practice where he has a student-training program. He lives in Sebastopol, California.

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