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How Bach Flower Remedies Affect Your Chakras

Bach Flower Remedies

More and more people today are trying alternative and complementary methods to improve their overall well-being from a holistic viewpoint.

Prescription medicines and supplemental drugs will always remain a primary approach for many, but these are beginning to be accompanied by other alternatives.

Alternatives like mindful meditation, yoga, acupuncture, herbal medicine, aromatherapy, massage therapy, reiki, homeopathy, and many more.  

Many energy healing elements, such as flower remedies, have been around for thousands of years in different cultures and traditions.  These remedies are not new; however, they have become quite popular in recent years.

Let’s dive deeper into how bach flower remedies and chakras are important for many people. 

What Are Bach Flower Remedies?

Bach Flower Remedies come from plants based on specific healing properties.

They are generally used as complementary or alternative medicines for energetic healing. 

They can be a combination of plants or a singular flower, tree, branch, or leaf extract. 

Each plant growing and flourishing in the wild carefully selected by Dr. Edward Bach to help with a specific set of emotions.

The plant remedies,  named after Dr. Edward Bach, a doctor, homeopath, and bacteriologist, developed these in the 1920s and 1930s.

Amongst his years of work involved in research for disease, he always considered thoughts of more natural and non-invasive approaches to treatment.  

This is where he started to resonate with homeopathy and went on to study and do research into flower therapy.  Later becoming a holistic healer, believing there are close connections between disease and the emotional energy we carry inside our body and mind.

According to Dr. Bach, a person’s state of mind impacts their physical body.

Emotional energy can either flow throughout our body and mind or become blocked due to the heavy feelings that can cause conflict. 

Emotions like anger, anxiety, fear, and stress can cause our bodies to get physically sick.   

He firmly believed that the energy of flowers and plants could help alleviate some of the negative emotions that a person carries within. 

Do Bach Flower Remedies Work?

Since Dr. Bach shared his discovery, bach flower remedies have been popularly used to try and address stress, anxiety, and other emotional states.

Studies show some mixed results regarding the efficacy of bach flower remedies, some also claiming that these remedies offer more of a placebo effect. 

Although many people have reported positive results.

The good news is that bach remedies are said to be completely safe.  Just to be cautious, some essences may contain a tiny amount of alcohol.

It is also crucial to note that bach flower essences are not a replacement for prescribed medications. 

If you have an illness or any health concerns, always be sure to get a medical check-up and speak to your doctor, before trying any alternatives.

How Are Bach Flower Remedies Made?

Dr. Edward Bach had two different applications when making his bach flower remedies.  One was for the wildflowers and the other one was more for trees, branches, and leaves.

The “sun method” was used for flowers. When the flower petals opened in the sunlight, with fresh dew on it, the flower was placed to float on top of clean, fresh spring water in a bowl for hours with the energy of sunlight.

The 2nd application was usually used for specific leaves, trees, and branches. It was the “boiling method” for about ½ hour.

In both of these techniques, the plant itself was then removed, as the vibrational energy of that plant was retained in the water. 

Both mixtures are filtered and mixed with a touch of alcohol, used as a preservative, calling it “mother tincture.”

Dr. Bach created 38 types of flower tinctures, each with its unique energetic healing vibration.

Even though flower therapy is similar to homeopathy.

Bach therapy works on the layers of emotions and thought patterns, is more diluted and sourced from plants.

Homeopathy works more on the physical side of issues and is usually made not only from plants but also can contain minerals and some animal materials such as crushed bees.

Using Bach Flower Remedies For Chakra Healing

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Chakra imbalances tend to occur when our body or mind undergoes stress.

Financial stress, for example, can lead to an imbalance in your Muladhara chakra (root chakra).

Bach flower remedies have been used for chakra healing, to help address energy imbalances as these essences promote wellbeing.

In Sanskrit, our chakras are energy fields that flow in and around us.

When Dr. Edward Bach created mother nature’s tinctures, documentation related the remedies into different groups and colors that resonated with the seven main chakras. 

There is excellent reading material available on this topic that you can access on Amazon’s Kindle or in paperback format, whichever you prefer.



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Tapping into the positive emotional qualities of the chakras.

When you think about it, we are part of this natural world and connected to nature, so we are sensory beings, absorbing energetic healing on many different levels.

A good example is when we need sunlight to produce Vitamin D or when we ground ourselves by walking barefoot on the earth

To de-stress, we go outside and view Mother Nature in all her glory as we breathe fresh, invigorating air into our lungs for wellbeing and life.

Our senses come alive, when we inhale the fragrance of our favorite flowers, certain tree scents, freshly cut grass with dew on it?

So it makes sense that many people use these flower and bach essences for energy healing and self-repair of subtle layers we carry. 

When products are made from natural resources with a loving and caring application, it’s all vibrational energy that has a ripple effect.

Types of Bach Flower Essences

Before we get into using these remedies for chakra healing, let’s take a look at the 38 types of bach flower essences that Dr. Bach compiled and what they are typically used for:

1. Agrimony promotes comfort in expression, so you don’t feel like you have to hide your mental anguish behind cheerful smiles and laughter.
2. Aspen flower bach helps with apprehensiveness and anxiety about unknown things.
3. Beech bach flower benefits, reduces the need for perfection and helps promote tolerance.
4. Centaury flower bach encourages self-confidence so you can say “no” when needed.
5. Cerato flower essence, cerato is normally used during important decision times, known as flower essences for confidence.
6. Cherry Plum restores rationality, so you’re okay with not being in control all the time.
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7. Chestnut Bud flower essence benefits are used to help with being more receptive and learning from mistakes.

8. Chicory – the chicory flower remedy is used to help deal with possessiveness or selfishness.

9. Clematis flower essence meaning, steers you away from absent-mindedness and excessive daydreaming.
10. Crab Apple bach flower crab apple benefits are known to help with overall body image.
11.Elm flower flower essence meaning, steers you away from absent-mindedness and excessive daydreaming.
12.Gentian bach gentian flower essence is used to restore confidence after “failure.”
13.Gorse flower essence benefits known for renewing hope when feeling helpless.
14. Heather bach flower remedy benefits, used to promote empathy for others and reduces self-centeredness.
15. Holly essence opens the heart area and frees one from jealousy, hate, and envy.
16. Honeysuckle bach flower benefits are used to help with letting go of the past and live in the future.
17. Hornbeam bach flower benefits, helps deal with procrastination.
18. Impatiens bach flower uses, are for helping one to be more patient and tolerant.
19. Larch bach flower uses, restores ones self-confidence.
20. Mimulus bach flower remedy uses, to give one the courage to deal with the unknown.
21. Mustard bach flower benefits are used to help when one is feeling gloomy and sad.
22. Oak flower essence benefits, used for helping with endurance and will to keep forward.
23. Olive bach olive flower essence used for restoring ones energy after too much physical or mental exhaustion.
24. Pine bach flower pine is used for reducing feelings of guilt and self-blame.
25. Red Chestnut bach flower remedy used to promote peace of mind that the people you love are well and safe.
26. Rock Rose bach flower essence known for helping to reduce overthinking, fright, and terror.
27. Rock Water bach flower remedy used for restoring ones adaptability and reduces self-repression and self-denial.
Rock Water
28. Scleranthus bach flower uses, increases ones discernment and ability to choose.
29. Star Of Bethlehem bach flower essence known for restoring ones inner peace after going through trauma or shock.
30. Sweet Chestnut flower essence benefits, gives one tranquility when going through extreme mental distress.
31. Vervain what can Vervain be used for? Helps you strike a balance between being uninterested and over-enthusiastic.
32. Vine bach flower uses, promotes positive leadership and steers one away from dominance and inflexibility.
33. Walnut flower essence protects against unwanted influence and encourages one to be more adaptable to change.
34. Water Violet bach flower– helps with self-reliance.
35. White Chestnut bach flower remedies, used for reducing unwanted thoughts and feelings of mental anguish.
36. Wild Oat flower essence used for helping one to be more certain about the direction in life.
37. Wild Rose flower essence wild rose, is used for reducing feelings of apathy and resignation.
38. Willow flower essence willow is used for helping to steer one away from resentment and self-pity.more adaptable to change.

Chakra Essences

Now that you are more familiar with bach flower essences, here is a list of bach flower chakra essences used to balance and align each energy center.

1. Muladhara (Root Chakra)

Root chakra flower essence resonates with, Aspen, Cherry Plum, Red Chestnut

2. Swadhisthana (Sacral Chakra)

Flower essence for sacral chakra, Impatiens, Water Violet

3. Manipura (Solar Plexus Chakra)

Gorse, Gentian, Hornbeam

4. Anahata (Heart Chakra)

Flower essence for heart chakra resonates with Beech, Chicory, Vine

5. Vishuddha (Throat Chakra)

Flower essence for throat chakra resonates with Agrimony, Holly, Walnut

6. Ajna (Third-eye Chakra)

Bach flowers for third eye chakra balance Crabapple, Elm, Willow

7. Sahasrara (Crown Chakra)

Bach flowers for crown chakra are Honeysuckle, Wild Rose

You can choose to select a single bottle to work on one particular chakra.


Grab the chakra essences kit which are for the 10 chakras in total.

How to Use Bach Flower Remedies?

Bach flower remedies typically come in a liquid form and are packaged in dropper bottles.

A typical dosage for adults is four drops directly dropped on the tongue. This is to ensure that you get 100% of the pure essence, thus maximizing the effect of the remedy.

(To be sure always follow the directions on the bottle.)

Many people also prefer diluting it in water and then drinking it.

Although the liquid form is the most popular, these essences may also be packaged as bath salts, skin creams, pills, and sprays.

How To Choose Bach Flower Remedies

When choosing bach flower remedies, there are a few different ways you can do this.

You can use some fun essence and theme explorers like this one, which ask a question and then guide you with some different options available for you. 

Here are the 2 fun resources that can help find which essence you are?

Here are some more helpful tips when choosing the essence:

It’s always good to do a meditation first or some breathwork to gain more profound clarity on what focus or issue you would like to address or which chakra you would like to work.

Use either your intuition or rationality, blending a few on this list to help you decide:

1. The plant name……………….
2. The color of the flower
3. The scent of the flower
4. The seasonality of the flower
5. How the flower looks
6. Where the flower grows
7. What kind of effects the flower has
8. What chakra needs nurturing and balancing
9. What am I feeling
10. What do I need to work on first
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Final Take

Thank you for being here, and hopefully you’ve gained some good takeaways when it comes to bach flower essences and chakras.

Here is more reading on chakras.

Disclaimer: Our web pages and blog posts provide general information for general purposes only and not to be used for any medical, legal or alternative health advice for any type of physical, mental health or financial concerns.Always speak to your practitioner before embarking on any new alternative treatments. If you have concerns about any medical matters, you should always consult your healthcare provider without delay.We thank you for taking full responsibility for your own health and wellbeing in life. ☺

Disclaimer: Our web pages and blog posts provide general information for general purposes only and not to be used for any medical, legal or alternative health advice for any type of physical, mental health or financial concerns.Always speak to your practitioner before embarking on any new alternative treatments. If you have concerns about any medical matters, you should always consult your healthcare provider without delay.We thank you for taking full responsibility for your own health and wellbeing in life. ☺


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