Episode 98
Emotional Detox with Bach Flower Remedies – Episode 98: Liz Patton

Ann Louise Gittleman Interviews Liz Patton

For decades now, The First Lady of Nutrition has touted the value of Bach Flowers as a safe and natural method of healing discovered by Dr. Edward Bach from the 1930s in England.  By 1936 he identified 38 flower essences, each one derived from a different wild flower, plant or tree, and each corresponding to a specific emotion.  Join Ann Louise for a fascinating discussion with Liz Patton, a Certified Bach Flower Practitioner with 35 years of experience, as they compare notes on the amazing benefits of Bach Flower remedies including their restorative emotional impact for anxiety, fear, uncertainty and loneliness (just to name a few).  Dr. Bach, who was a physician and homeopath was convinced that emotional wellbeing was key to good health.

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1 Comment

  1. Cheryl

    I’ve had great relief using the Rescue Remedy. It’s very interesting to hear about the other Bach Remedies.

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