Digital Therapy: Healy Bach Flower Remedies Database –  Introduction to Bach Flowers

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Digital Therapy:

Healy Bach Flower Remedies Database –
Introduction to Bach Flowers


Hello and welcome to the next section of our Digital Therapy & Homeopathy series! 

If you’re just joining the series here, be sure to check out our previous post, Digital Homeopathy: Healy Materia Medica Database – Introduction to Homeopathy & the Materia Medica, where we introduce the practice of homeopathy and discuss its main operating principles: like cures like and the law of minimum dose. 

In this post, we’re going to introduce the Bach Flower Remedies, another one of the Healy’s Digital Therapy & Homeopathy Databases.

Bach Flower Remedies

The Bach Flower Remedies are a collection of 38 homeopathic remedies created by Dr. Edward Bach in the 1930s. Each remedy is created from a single plant or flower and is associated with a specific emotion or mental state. For instance, the Bach Flower Remedy Centaury encourages assertiveness, while Mustard helps one return to a state of joy.  

Where many of the Materia Medica’s homeopathic remedies are more suited for physical symptoms, like inflammation, coughing or nausea, the Bach Flower Remedies are much more focused on emotional and spiritual wellbeing. 

This is by design, as Dr. Bach theorized that it is through stress, trauma, fear, conflict, worries, etc. that we get sick, and that by treating these emotional root causes, we can live happier, healthier lives.

Dr. Edward Bach

Dr. Bach worked first as a doctor and a surgeon, before opening his own consulting rooms and then beginning research into bacteriology, pathology and vaccines in his laboratory. In 1917, he collapsed and was rushed into surgery suffering from a brain tumor. The tumor was removed but he was told he only had three months to live.

It’s said that upon receiving this news, Dr. Bach rushed back to his laboratory to continue his work. He was researching new ways to create vaccines and wanted to consider a more holistic approach, so he joined the staff of the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital. There, he learned about homeopathic nosodes, which are the homeopathic equivalent to vaccines. Nosodes are an extremely diluted form of a bacteria or virus, which, when used effectively, builds the body’s immunity to that bacteria or virus by allowing the body to identify the bacteria or virus and prepare antibodies.

According to the Bach Center’s website, it was after Dr. Bach’s work with homeopathic nosodes that “people began to refer to him as ‘the second Hahnemann’.”

But ultimately, Dr. Bach was most interested in learning how to harness the healing power of nature to create a system of holistic treatment. This led him to move out of London and into the countryside, where he spent the years from 1930 to 1935 searching for and preparing the Bach Flower Remedies.

He passed away in 1936, a year after announcing that his search for remedies had been completed with the 38 remedies, and surviving his initial prognosis by almost 20 years. 

Healy Bach Flower Remedies Database 

As mentioned above, there were 38 original Bach Flower Remedies created by Dr. Bach, with the 39th remedy, known as Rescue, created out of a combination of several of the existing Bach Flower Remedies.

By scanning the Bach Flower Remedies Healy Database with the Resonance Analysis, you will receive insights into what is happening on a deeper level, especially regarding suppressed emotions.

If something returns in the results with a high resonance and you don’t recognize that particular need, consider it a suppressed emotion!


Here you’ll find a list of all 39 Bach Flower Remedies available in the Healy Bach Flower Remedies Database*:

  1. Agrimony
  2. Aspen 
  3. Beech 
  4. Centaury 
  5. Cerato 
  6. Cherry Plum 
  7. Chestnut Bud 
  8. Chicory 
  9. Clematis 
  10. Crab Apple
  11. Elm
  12. Gentian
  13. Gorse 
  14. Heather
  15. Holly
  16. Honeysuckle
  17. Hornbeam
  18. Impatiens
  19. Larch 
  20. Mimulus
  21. Mustard 
  22. Oak 
  23. Olive 
  24. Pine 
  25. Red Chestnut 
  26. Rock Rose
  27. Rock Water
  28. Scleranthus
  29. Star of Bethlehem
  30. Sweet Chestnut
  31. Vervain 
  32. Vine
  33. Walnut
  34. Water Violet 
  35. White Chestnut
  36. Wild Oat 
  37. Wild Rose
  38. Willow
  39. Rescue


*Confused about the difference between Bach Flower Remedies and Bach Flower Remedies 2?

Here’s the reasoning why, directly from Healy:

Why we have revised the databases

“The databases were originally developed for therapists and contained many terms that require special knowledge for application.

“For normal users these terms can lead to far and overwhelm the user. Therefore we have removed all special terms to make the databases easily usable and accessible for everyone. For users who purchased before May 3rd 2021 the old databases will still be available. Since there are now duplicates, we have marked each with a ‘2’.”

So don’t worry, whichever database you’re using, the frequencies are the same, while the descriptions for certain programs may have changed.

Bach Flower Remedy Individual Frequency Programs

Now that you know more about the origins of the Bach Flower Remedies and their purpose, you’re ready to start learning more about the individual Bach Flower Remedy frequency programs that you can find in the palm of your hand right now through the use of your Healy. 

Stay tuned!




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