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Dr Edward Bach

Edward Bach was born in England on September 24, 1886 and died on November 27, 1936 at age 50. Dr. Bach studied medicine at the University of Birmingham and University Hospital in London.  In 1912, he graduated and worked as a Surgeon, Pathologist, Bacteriologist and Homeopath.

Dr. Bach developed  important research on immunology and vaccines when he worked on the  London Royal Homeopathic Hospital in London in 1919 and inspired by Samuel Hahnemann, the creator of Homeopathy, he started  to recognize the importance of personality in causing illness. Through his hospital experiences, he researched  the use of  plants like  cure  to treat the emotional causes of illness.

In 1930, at  43 years old, Dr. Bach closed  his laboratory and office in London  where he attended free of charge

Fotos Dr. Bach

poor and left for the countryside of England  looking for flowers in nature to make the florals. Later this year, he writes "Heal Yourself" to share his message that physical illness results from a conflict with our Higher Self. The book was published in 1931 and continues to be reprinted today.

Dr. Bach moved  to Mount Vernon in 1934, the small house that is now the Bach Centre. There he  continued  working with florals, writing,  take care of the sick and teach.  Dr. Edward Bach discovered the complete system of healing through the  energized flowers  of nature called  of Bach Flowers or  Bach Flower Remedies in English.  

The healing system  Dr. Bach is composed of  38 flower essences, each for a specific emotional and mental state, covering  all feelings  humans, and a combination of five florals called Rescue Remedy  designed to be  used  in emergency situations.

Dr. Bach left us in his sleep, satisfied that he had completed his mission and left his work complete and perfect. Your  legacy was handed over to his assistants Nora Weeks and Victor Bullen who continued to spread and expand their healing work throughout the world through the Bach Centre. 

The Bach Center


Dr. Edward Bach spent the last two years of his life at the Bach Center in Mount Vernon, Oxon, England. There was the place  for your research and where you found the latest 19 healing flower essences.

When he left, Dr Bach left his work in the hands of his  assistants, Nora Weeks and Victor Bullen. They continued Dr. Bach's work by providing the remedies, writing, teaching and doing everything possible to spread the word about Bach Flower Remedies and thus continue helping people all over the world.

Today the Bach Center continues to fulfill Dr. Bach's wishes by maintaining its work, providing a source of information on Dr. Bach's work and actively participating in the counselling, education and preparation of mother tinctures. The Bach Center is currently a philanthropic entity that administers and approves Flower Remedies courses  Bach around the world. too  validates the work of dedicated Practitioners in over 60 countries through the Bach Foundation International Register of Practitioners. The Trustees ensure the maintenance of traditions and principles of purity, simplicity and integrity.

On the Bach Center website you will find a detailed description of each of the 38 Bach Flower Remedies and also information about events, lectures, courses, etc. In addition to the complete list  with the names and contact details of registered Bach Practitioners.


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