What is RESCUE®?
The story of how the RESCUE® formula was discovered
The BACH® ORIGINAL FLOWER REMEDIES* were developed by Dr. Edward Bach in the 1930s. Dr. Bach was a well respected Harley Street physician in the U.K. who believed that our emotional well-being has a huge impact on our overall health. By 1935 he had identified 38 negative states of mind and 38 corresponding flower remedies intended to counteract them.
Each of these flower remedies encapsulates a particular feeling or emotion, providing a gentle, natural solution for the consequences of our hectic lifestyles. They can be used alone or combined with one another in order to suit your individual needs.
Most of the flower remedies come from a variety of wild plants, trees and bushes originally identified and sourced by Dr. Bach himself, in and around Oxfordshire in the British countryside, with Olive and Vine sourced from their original locations across the Mediterranean. They are then sent to the Nelsons factory in Wimbledon, London where they are diluted and bottled according to the highest quality standards.
Nelsons began its relationship with Dr. Bach in the late 1930s. Dr. Bach would personally deliver his remedies to Nelsons Homeopathic Pharmacy in London where they were sold. In 1993, this arrangement was made official, and today Nelsons still manufactures, bottles and sells BACH® ORIGINAL FLOWER REMEDIES according to Dr. Bach’s original methods.
The 5 Flowers Chosen by Dr. Edward Bach for the RESCUE REMEDY®* Formula
These five flower remedies were specifically selected by Dr. Bach when considering common negative states of mind that many people experience daily as part of their busy lives.
The BACH® flower remedies are a gentle system that captures the essence of flowers.
Discover more about the BACH® system of emotional healing and all the individual remedies at BachRemedies.com.
RESCUE® and RESCUE REMEDY® brand products are a homeopathic dilution: see NelsonsDilution.com for details.
* Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated.