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In the 1920's and 30's, Dr. Edward Bach developed the first modern flower essences. His ground-breaking research introduced 38 single essences and two combinations. Bach Flower Essences are produced in England by the custodians of the Dr. Edward Bach Healing Trust. 

On this website, we carry the Healing Herbs English Flower Essences. The Healing Herbs set contains all 38 single flower essences and the five-flower emergency combination originally developed by Dr. Bach.

Listed below are a number of books relating to the 38 remedies of Dr. Bach. Select this link to go to the Healing Herbs page of this site for more information about the essences.    


Bach Flower Essences for the Family - An Introduction to the Basic Principles and Standards of the Bach Flower Essences and a Guide to their Use

Presented by the Bach Centre, this little book includes indications of use and positive potential of each essence. Very handy for home use.   

Bach Flower Therapy - Theory and Practice by Mechthild Scheffer

This excellent book was written by a lay practitioner and representative of the Bach Center in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Includes lots of information on the underlying psychological and spiritual issues associated with each Bach Flower Remedy. Accessible to beginners, helpful for practitioners.  

Heal Thyself - An Explanation of the Real Cause and Cure of Disease by Edward Bach, MD

First published in 1931, this classic little book outlines the philosophy of health, healing, medicine and spirituality held by the man who introduced flower essence healing to the modern world. Inspiring and uplifting.  

Mastering Bach - A Guide to Flower Diagnosis and Treatment Therapies by Mechthild Scheffer

Lots of useful information and insights from this longtime flower essence practitioner. Includes color Kirlian photos of flower essences.  

New Bach Flower Body Maps by Dietmar Kramer

Kramer's work in topical application of the Bach essences and mapping (associating) the flower essences to different parts of the human body is incredibly effective in practice. This book contains all the body maps for all 38 Bach essences and information on practical applications.   

New Bach Flower Therapies: Healing the Emotional and Spiritual Causes of Illness by Dietmar Kramer

In this book Kramer introduces the concept of outer, foundational, inner, decompensation, compensation and communication flowers and the "tracks" they follow through the human psyche. Various ways of ascertaining the appropriate flower are discussed including the language of body organs and a sample questionnaire to use yourself or with clients. Insightful and thorough.  


Flower essences are not a substitute for medical treatment. In case of injury or illness one should seek the appropriate professional assistance. 

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