Rescue me, naturally!

It’s been all the rage among European fashionistas and jet setters for years. Now, Bach’s Rescue Remedy can rescue you from any situation. The new range of Rescue Remedy includes new sprays to provide an energy boost or help you to drift off to sleep. The range has added Rescue Pastilles in addition to the sprays.
Dr. Edward Bach created the original Rescue Remedy 60 years ago. He also created Bach Flower Essences to address the emotional causes of illness. The Rescue Remedy is totally natural and contains five of the 38 Bach Flower Essences: Rock Rose for terror and panic, Impatiens for irritation and impatience, Clematis for inattentiveness, Star of Bethlehem for shock, and Cherry Plum.
Dr. Bach created the Rescue Remedy for stressful situations. Use it to help calm nerves jangled from traffic, overwork, or any type of stress. I have always liked the Rescue Remedy since I first discovered when I was working as an editor for Russian Vogue. I use to put a few drops in a glass of cold water or under my tongue and took time out for a few deep breaths.
If you like a natural approach to stress management, Rescue Remedy may be for you.

A natural rescue

When I lived in Moscow, it seemed that every foreign fashion editor had a bottle of Bach’s Rescue Remedy in their handbag or stashed in their desk. I had one too. I have always picked one up whenever I have seen it. I do not use any other homeopathic remedies. I stick to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TMC), but Bach Flower Remedies always resonated with me. I have found the gentle remedies soothing.
Dr. Edward Bach was trained as traditional medical doctor in England. He made significant contributions to medicine, and then he embarked on the studies that led to the creation of his 38 flower remedies. The Bach Flower Remedies address emotions that prevent disease from being cured. They are natural plant distillations.
Now there are new remedies that can help alleviate two problems that plague women, PMS and emotional eating.
·        Bach Mustard is for any depression that descends like a cloud.
·        Bach Walnut is adjusting to change.
·        Bach Impatiens is for impatience and irritability.
·        Bach Hornbeam is lethargy and weariness.
Women suffering from menopause may find the remedies helpful too, as the symptoms are often the same.
The remedies for emotional eating come in a three-remedy kit called the Bach Emotional Eating Support Kit.
This kit is not a diet and for weight loss. You will need a good program and exercise, but it may be a good support for dieters and munchers. For serious depression from PMS or menopause, see a specialist. You can get great deals by shopping the web, if like me you grow to enjoy the Remedies!