What does Bach flower remedies treat?

What does Bach flower remedies treat?

People have used Bach remedies for many conditions, including anxiety, depression, stress, emotional and physical trauma, cancer, and HIV.

Can you overdose your dog on rescue remedy?

Remember – there is never a danger of overdosing with this product. It is very safe. Your pet or your child could drink the whole bottle at once, and there would be no toxicity. But to be effective, multiple small doses are more helpful than one or two larger doses.

How often can I give my dog rescue remedy?

Rescue Remedy® Pet is alcohol free and specially formulated for animals including reptiles, birds, cats, dogs, horses and rabbits. Administer 4 drops orally as often as needed.

Are there any Bach flower remedies for dogs?

Rescue Remedy Pet is a combination of 5 Bach Flower Remedies to help your pet deal with stressful situations such as: going to the vet, the groomer, thunderstorms, and during fireworks. We have heard fantastic stories from people giving Rescue Remedy to their dogs when having seizures.

Are there any natural remedies for Bach flower?

Some Useful Individual Remedies 1 Rock Rose. You may recognize Rock Rose as one of the essences in Rescue Remedy. 2 Mimulus. Mimulus helps relieve fears of known origin, or shyness. 3 Cherry Plum. Cherry Plum helps dogs who seem to lose control of themselves. 4 Aspen. Aspen helps with fears of unknown origin. 5 Red Chestnut.

What are the inactive ingredients in Bach flower remedies?

Add 2 drops in their drinking water and you’ll see how quickly they return to normal. Inactive Ingredients: 80% Vegetable Glycerin, 20% water. The original Bach Flower Remedies has been used on humans and animals for more than 80 years.

How to give Bach flower essences to animals?

Choose up to five suitable essences from the list below, then administer them either in the drinking water or dierctly to the animal. Put two or three drops of a suitable essence (or essences) in a glass, ceramic, or stainless steel bowl of drinking water, and use this as the animal’s only source of drinking water.

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