HERE ARE well over a hundred essence remedies* packed into over fifty blends that include all of the 38 Bach "Flower" Remedies*.
      You find (1) the blends and (2) an index of the single remedies in them. Some of the remedies are described on other pages here.
      [*] Our Essence Remedies are biomagnetically promoted (infused) influences. They derive very much from cooperative explorations of Malcolm Rae (hardware and software) and Tormod Kinnes (evolving software) in the 1970s. Further know the page is in the process of being enlarged these days.

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Take care: CAUTION: Any information given on this page is not intended to be taken as a replacement for mature medical advice. Those in need of medical attention should consult a well qualified practitioner or therapist. And, to be on the safe side, let not old persons (over 70) use them without medical supervision.
       And very supporting and healthful "well medleys" are presupposed throughout:


Remedy Blends

1. Advancing, if things go wellConfidence

  1. Carpinus betulus - Hornbeam
  2. Eriodictyon californium - Eriodictyon, i.e., Yerba Santa
  3. Fumaria officinalis - Fumitory
  4. Hamamelis virginiana - Witch Hazel
  5. Lonicera caprifolium - Honeysuckle
  6. Olea europaea - Olive

2. Advancing, if things go wellWith good reason

3. Advancing, if things go wellTo begin to work hard

4. Advancing, if things go wellAttends to his chances of winning

5. (Boston fern)

6. (Blue clematis)

7. (Wild rose)

8. (Agrimony)

9. (Basil)

10. (Vervain)

11. (Oak)

12. (Lyme-grass)

13. (Creeping-Jenny)

14. (Walnut)

15. (Lilium elegans)

16. (Olive)

17. (Pine)

18. (Aluminium plant)

19. (Willow)

20. (Spirulina)

21. (Orchid)

22. (Mustard)

23. (Holly)

24. (Arctic poppy)

25. (Elder)

26. (Barrel sweetener)

27. (Cinnamon)

28. (Chicory)

29. (Fumitory)

30. (Sweet violet)

31. (Centaury)

32. (Tree medick)

33. (Scleranthus)

34. (Provence rose)

35. (Indian pennywort)

36. (Quebracho)

37. (Elm)

38. (Large pink)

39. Resigned

40. Missing another (relationship)

41. ADVANCING, IF THINGS GO WELLLike life

42. ADVANCING, IF THINGS GO WELLRedeemers

43. ADVANCING, IF THINGS GO WELLLabour-Saving

44. ADVANCING, IF THINGS GO WELLCalculate Well

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All the Single Remedies Above

If you want to find a convenient remedy blend while you take off from one single remedy, below is a scheme to that end.
      The common name is clickable, and in not a few cases you may read about the remedy if you follow that link. Next you find the Latin name of the plant, if you should want that. Next is a survey of the blend or blends that contain the remedy in question.
      Thus, if you wonder about Agrimony and want to see more about it, click on the name and see if you are lucky. If not, you still have the Latin name so that you can see if you find something of interest about it among such as "Clarke remedies" and "Boericke remedies" that are online elsewhere - and not get confused, thanks to the Latin -. Finally, the remedy blend 8 above contains the influence of Agrimony and some other essence remedies, and we think it contains all of these essential influences. The other "elements" in the 8th blend may be looked on as "props" to "Agrimony" there. This says that remedy 8 contains Blue Clematis, Cock's-foot, Phillyrea angustifolia, and Woorari too in a very helpful mixture: it was so designed. - Tormod Kinnes

Common Name — Name in Latin — Remedy Blend