The Bach Flower Remedies: Illustrations and Preparations
Flower Healing is the simply and natural method of healing through personality by means of wild flowers, discovered by the late Dr Edward Bach. He was a great physician who combined compassion for all who suffer, with a deep love for Nature, her trees and plants. Dr Bach practised for many years as a Harley Street consultant and bacteriologist but gave up his lucrative practice in 1930 to devote his full time to perfecting this system of healing described in full in his booklet 'The Twelve Healers and Other Remedies'. Nora Weeks and Victor Bullen worked with Dr Bach and it was to them that the responsibility of his work was bequeathed. In 1964, as a tribute to the doctor's work they published this book to share with others the essence of Nature within the Bach Flower Remedies. This new edition, with coloured photographs, was published in 1990 and then revised and reprinted in 1998.
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