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Bach Original Flower Remedies Hope & Joy - Comfort Kit -- 1 Kit

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Bach Original Flower Remedies Hope & Joy - Comfort Kit -- 1 Kit

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Bach Original Flower Remedies Hope & Joy - Comfort Kit Description

  • Find Hope & Joy
  • Take a Breath
  • Be Optimistic That Things Will Work Out
  • This Comfort Kit Contains 3 Full Size Bach® Original Flower Remedies:
    • Star of Bethlehem
    • Gorse
    • Sweet Chestnut
  • Can Be Taken Individually (Approximately 380 Doses Per Bottle) or as a Blend
  • Packaging May Vary

Trauma, Shock

Bach® Star of Bethlehem

Neutralize Grief. The Bach® remedy Star of Bethlehem neutralizes the effects of grief and encourages the positive potential of inner strength. Deal with the aftereffects of a life-altering experience. Have comfort and soothe your pain and sorrows.


Hopeless, Despair

Bach® Gorse

Have Hope. The Bach® remedy Gorse encourages the positive potential to regain the willpower to fight on, regaining faith and hope. In times when you need to find the sunshine at the end of a dark period, don’t give up hope. Feel brighter despite current physical, emotional, or other worldly problems.


Anguish, Limit of Endurance

Bach® Sweet Chestnut

Be Optimistic. The Bach® remedy Sweet Chestnut encourages the positive potential of hopefulness. Face extreme feelings of hopeless despair with a clear mind. Regain control over your daily life with peace of mind.


Take A Breath

Be optimistic that things will work out...

Dr. Edward Bach discovered the 38 flower remedies to support his patients’ health and well-being by addressing their negative emotions.


The remedies work by helping to neutralize negative states of mind, returning them to positive and stimulating a self-healing approach.


Trusted For 80+ Years

Trusted by generations worldwide

Developed by Dr. Edward Bach in the 1930s, the 38 Bach® flower remedies each correspond to a different emotional state, and together form a system that he believed would cover the full breath of emotional experience.


With natural active ingredients, Bach® Original Flower Remedies are suitable for all, and can be used at any time during the day.

• Homeopathic
• Natural active ingredients
• Pocket size
• Easy to use

Contains Alcohol


How To Take


How To Make A Personalized Blend
This kit has 3 flower remedies. They can be taken individually, combined together or with other Bach® remedies. (Up to 7 remedies in total may be combined.)

  1. Open your remedies.
  2. Fill a clean mixing bottle with spring water, three-quarters full (empty Bach® 30mL mixing bottle sold separately).
  3. Add 2 drops of each remedy.
  4. Take 4 drops of your personal blend at least 4 times a day.

How To Take Individual Remedies
Take 2 drops in mouth or in water, sip at intervals throughout the day. Repeat as needed.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Bach® Star of Bethlehem: Active Ingredient: 5X dilution of star of bethlehem (ornithogalum umbellatum) HPUS. Inactive Ingredient: 27% Alcohol.
Bach® Gorse: Active Ingredient: 5X dilution of gorse (ulex europaeus) HPUS. Inactive Ingredient: 27% Alcohol.
Bach® Sweet Chestnut: Active Ingredient: 5X dilution of sweet chestnut (castanea sativa) HPUS. Inactive Ingredient: 27% Alcohol.

If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a health professional before use.

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