Gorse Bach Flower Essence
Gorse one of the Seven Helpers in a 10ml dropper bottle
…is the remedy for people who have given up belief and hope.
Gorse represents a stronger kind of downheartedness than the Gentian state, because Gorse people wilfully refuse to be encouraged, so certain are they that their case is hopeless. If ill, they may think themselves incurable, and that nothing can be done.
Nevertheless, Dr Bach classified Gorse as a remedy for uncertainty, and not as a remedy for despair alongside Sweet Chestnut This demonstrates that the main problem with Gorse people is a loss of faith: if we can be persuaded to see things in a different light there is usually a way forward.
This is what the Gorse remedy helps to achieve.
- The Bach Centre
Dr Bach’s description
Very great hopelessness, they have given up belief that more can be done for them. Under persuasion or to please others they may try different treatments, at the same time assuring those around that there is so little hope of relief.
– The Twelve Healers and Other Remedies
How to Use
Healingherbs’ traditional Bach flower essences are prepared in the field and preserved in full-strength French organic brandy. They should be diluted, and if desired, combined to make personal dosage bottles.
Up to five essences can be used in any one combination. 5 Flower® counts as a single essence and can be used in combination with up to four other essences.
To create your own personal essence solution, take an empty dropper bottle and add about 20ml of water. Add two drops of each of your chosen essences*. You can add a little brandy if you wish to preserve your essence combination.
(*These should be from an essence bottle clearly labelled Stock Concentrate which is an assurance that the essence is made according to the original directions of Dr Edward Bach.)
This is now your own personal remedy at dosage strength. Take four drops from your personal dosage bottle four times daily.
UK Shipping and Delivery
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