Bach Flower Essences for Animals
Learn the 38 Bach Flower Essences and how to use them with animals!
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Flower essences are liquid extracts, made from the flowering part of a tree, bush or plant, which uniquely address emotional and mental aspects of wellness. The essence of each flower is captured by steeping it in water.
The original 38 flower essences were formulated in the 1930's by a British doctor named Edward Bach. The need for these essences arose as he discovered that some of his patients in a diseased-state (while receiving the same care and medication) would get better and others would not.
Looking for what was missing for this second type of patient, Dr. Bach came to the conclusion that there was an emotional component that was keeping them from fully healing. He determined that disease was the result of a conflict between a person's mind, body and soul.
Flower essences are completely non-toxic and have very little taste or smell. They work in a gentle manner to balance the emotional, behavioral and physical body.
In this class you will learn about each of the 38 Bach Flower Essences and how to use them with animals.
Want a certificate for this class? Or need Continuing Ed credit? There is an optional assignment to complete in order to earn the certificate for this course. (I recommend you confirm acceptance of this e-course with the organization requiring your CE credits.) There is a $25 fee for review of the assignment and issuing of the certificate.
My Introduction to Bach Flower Essences
About Bach Flower Essences and Dr. Bach
The Twelve Healers
The Seven Categories
Uncertainty or Lack of Confidence
Lack of Interest in Present Circumstances
Oversensitivity to influences and ideas
Despondency and despair
Overconcern for the Welfare of Others
Seven Categories Chart
Unit 2 Quiz
The 38 Individual Bach flower essences
Agrimony, Aspen, Beech
Centaury, Cerato, Cherry Plum, Chestnut Bud, Chicory, Clematis, Crab Apple
Elm, Gentian, Gorse
Heather, Holly, Honeysuckle, Hornbeam
Impatiens, Larch, Mimulus, Mustard
Oak, Olive, Pine
Red Chestnut, Rock Rose, Rock Water
Scleranthus, Star of Bethlehem, Sweet Chestnut
Walnut, Water Violet, White Chestnut, Wild Oat, Wild Rose, Willow
Alphabetical Bach Flower Essence Chart
Animal ailments chart
Making a dosage bottle
How to select Essence(s)
Additional method(s) to select essences
How many essences to use
Dosage, Frequency, Administering, Storing, Expectations
In Depth Case Study - Cat
In Depth Case Study - Horse
In Depth Case Study - Dog
Optional Assignment and Case Studies