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Edward Bach

edward-bachEdward Bach developed Bach flower remedies, a form of alternative medicine inspired by the classical homeopathic traditions.

The original Bach Flower Remedies is a system of 38 Flower Remedies is said to correct emotional imbalances through which negative emotions are replaced with positive.

Edward Bach was born at Moseley, near Birmingham, in 1886 and trained as a doctor in London. For several years he worked investigating the role of bacteriology in chronic disease.

His researches led him to recognize that there were clear personality types that related to the various patterns of ill health, irrespective of the physical symptoms being presented by the patient.

Working with vaccine therapy and later with homoeopathic principles, he moved towards the discovery of the flower remedies. These he felt could help to harmonize the emotional imbalances that he came to see as the real causes of physical illness.

Each flower was found to embody the positive and harmonizing force for a negative emotional state, be it fear, resentment or despair.

In order to transfer this healing force to a patient, Bach prepared essences from the flowers. This essence, diluted to some extent, could then be taken as a medicine.

He found that as the negative moods changed so the person would return towards health. In his treatise Heal Thyself he wrote,

“Disease will never be cured or eradicated by present materialistic methods, for the simple reason that disease in its origin is not material … Disease is in essence the result of conflict between the Soul and Mind and will never be eradicated except by spiritual and mental effort.”

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Bach studied medicine at the University College Hospital, London and obtained a Diploma of Public Health (DPH) at Cambridge.

Before turning to alternative therapies, he was a House Surgeon and a casualty medical officer at University College Hospital; he was in charge of 400 beds during World War I; he worked at the National Temperance Hospital and had a successful practice at Harley Street.

In 1917 Bach had a malignant tumor removed from his spleen. It was predicted that he had only three months left to live, but instead he recovered. Bach died in his sleep on November 27, 1936 at the age of 50.

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