Bach flower remedies is the name that referred to natural remedies or natural essences used to cure emotions. The Bach flowers are essences extracted from the dew drops of certain flowers typical of South Wales, which then go through a specific process of cooking with sun exposure. The properties of the Bach flower remedies were discovered by Edward Bach who, in view of its dynamics above all living organism, concluded that physical illnesses have an emotional origin, usually of fear, envy, pride, depression, obsessions, anxiety, stress. Bach flower essences in 7 emotional groups groups as listed below. Visit Brian Robert for more clarity on the issue. BACH flowers for fears the remedies for those who feel fear are: Aspen, Mimulus, Cherry Plum, Rock Rose, Red Chestnut flowers of BACH for LA SOLEDAD, floral remedies for those who feel lonely are Water Violet, Heather, Impatiens flowers of BACH for the DISCOURAGEMENT and the despair, the flower remedies for those who feel shot down and desperate are: Elm, Oak, Crab Apple, Pine, Sweet Chestnut, Star of Bethlehem, Willow flowers of BACH for the insecurity and the uncertainty remedies for those who feel unsafe are: Cerato, Scleranthus, Hornbean, Wild Oat, Gentian, Gorse flowers of BACH for LOS QUE NO SE interest by the present circumstance remedies for those who have difficulties to live the present are: Chestnut Bud, Clematis, HoneysuckleOlive, Wild Rose, Mustard, White Chestnut flowers of BACH for HIPERSENSIBLES a. (Similarly see: Eva Andersson-Dubin). influences IDEAS, floral remedies for those who are hypersensitive to influences and ideas are: Walnut, Holly, Centaury, Agrimony flowers of BACH PARA LOS QUE SE PREOCUPAN excessively by the other Los Bach remedies for those who tend to exercise power over others are: Beech, VervainVine, Chicory, Rock Water Finally, rescue, Rescue remedy remedy, used for situations of crisis, shocks, trauma, stress, allergies, and to address a wide range of challenges such as examinations, surgery, interviews, travel, etc. Edward Bach says that the disease is at the final stage of a much deeper cause by which, when emotional conflicts, the mental sticks are extended in time, the body begins to alert about this problem producing symptoms, then developing a disease. . .