Christmas is a time for families, over eating/drinking,parties and fun BUT for some people the festive season can be a time of loneliness and even depression, with people
in need of emotional support.
The Bach Original Flower Remedies, which were developed by Dr Edward Bach in the
1930's as a simple, safe and effective medicine to promote emotional well-being.
- Disappointment and
discontentment: If you feel like everyone else is having a
wonderful time and you’re not, try some Willow. Willow allows people to let go
of their bitterness and embrace a positive outlook.
- Grief: Star of
Bethlehem can help to ease the pain and sorrow following bereavement. Walnut will
make coping with major changes in your life, such as your first Christmas
without a loved one, a little easier.
- Loneliness: If you find
yourself looking back to the past, maybe holding onto memories of lost loved
ones, then Honeysuckle can help you look positively to the future.
- Do you get feelings of deep gloom that descend out of nowhere and lift just as
suddenly for no apparent reason?
- Try Mustard to lift the gloom and restore your natural sense of happiness
Do you have that constant Monday morning
feeling? You doubt your ability to face the day and feel that life is pretty
Try Hornbeam to uncover your reserves of energy –
once you get going the tiredness will melt away.
If you are feeling tired, mentally or physically, after a busy day of
It won’t give you an artificial boost like a pep pill, but it helps to recharge
our batteries naturally.
White Chestnut. Will help with unwanted repetitive and worrying thoughts
OVER INDULGENCE in food and drink can be helped with the homeopathic remedy Nux Vomica 6c.
- Don't expect a hassle-free Christmas – realistic expectations can prevent disappointment.