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Dr. Bach‘s Emergency Remedy

The formula of Bach‘s emergency combination is being manufactured anywhere in the world and under all kinds of trademarks that makes it difficult to find a recognizable name.
Besides Rescue are SOS Mix, Five-Flower Remedy, RQ and many other names.

This is the original composition:

  • Cherry Plum - Prunus cerasifera
    alleviates the fear of losing control
  • Clematis - Clematis vitalba
    wakes you up from a state of powerlessness
  • Impatiens - Impatiens glandulifera
    relieves stress, tension and impatience
  • Rock Rose - Helianthemum nummularium
    saves from panic and paralysis
  • Star of Bethlehem - Ornithogalum umbellatum
    releases the shock and heals the trauma

Emergency Essence

If the emergency essences are used in a cream, another flower is usually added:

  • Crab Apple - Malus sylvestries
    improved body awareness and self acceptance


©Dirk Albrodt

Wild Rose Rosa canina is one of the Bach Flower Essences. Edward Bach writes in skimpy key words on the wild rose essence "Wild Rose people have without
Mustard - Sinapis arvensis common annual, 30 - 60 cm tall plant; lime and nutrient-rich soil-loving; erect, branched and striated stems with coarse spreading
Gentian - Gentiana amarella biennial herbaceous plant that in the first year produces only a low rosette of leaves; in the second year short stems (10
Cerato - Ceratostigma willmottiana up to 1 m tall shrub, often cultivated; red-brown branches; short leaves covered with hair; light blue five-petalled
Star of Bethlehem - Ornithogallum umbellatum 10 to 20 cm high perennial member of the Lily family; can be found along roadsides, in thickets and meadows;
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