Five-Flower Formula Review
Five-Flower Formula is advertised as a natural remedy designed to promote emotional balance. The formula was developed by Dr. Eduard Bach back in the 1930’s, and is sold under the Doctor Artemis brand of supplements. Dr. Bach was a reputable British doctor who became interested in homeopathy and alternative therapies in the 1920’s. The reason he turned to this type of medicine was his belief that disease is an external expression of disharmony between the mind and the body which led to emotional stress, and eventually to a physical manifestation of the illness. Dr. Bach developed various herbal remedies which he used to treat his patients. The 38 formulas discovered by the reputable doctor are still used nowadays as natural, non-invasive ways to treat various illnesses. There is also a Bach foundation offering education on the Bach Flower Remedies. All the information about the remedies and their availability are available on the official site of the foundation.
Five-Flower Formula is a synergistic blend of five flower essences prepared in England and distributed all over the world. The formula is recommended as an ideal home-care remedy also suitable for children who experience panic or fear states. It can also be used to treat burns along with ointments specifically designed for such purposes.
The formula is addressed to individuals who are faced with stressful or traumatic situations such as a visit to the dentist, after a surgery, when losing someone dear, or after natural disasters, wars, accidents, or abuse.
Five-Flower Formula contains the following ingredients: Five-Flower Formula contains the following ingredients: Rock Rose (Helianthemum nummularium), Clematis (Clematis vitalba), Impatiens (Impatiens glandulifera), Cherry Plum (Prunus cerasifera), and Star of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum umbellatum).
The formula relies on the studied benefits of five flowers which we will further detail.
Rock Rose is considered a very strong calming plant used in extreme conditions of terror and fear. It is mainly known as an ingredient in Bach flower remedies in formulations prescribed for panic, stress, and anxiety symptoms. Not much research involving this plant is available at this time.
Clematis is a more popular herbal remedy used as a natural treatment for cancer, diabetes, skin problems, arthritis and inflammation, gall stones, or hepatitis. It is also considered a powerful anti-fungal and anti-microbial agent.
Impatiens is known to reduce irritability, and impulsivity, and impatience in people exposed to increased stress levels. The remedy has a very smooth effect that allows users to remain calm during extreme situations where calmness is often replaced by panic and agitation feelings.
Cherry Plum flower is advertised as beneficial in situations of extreme tension and fear of losing control. The plant is claimed to promote a sense of inner peace and stillness, allowing the user to ease the contraction of the mind and body experienced in times of emergency.
Star of Bethlehem is also beneficial during times of shock and trauma where it influences the ability to understand and cope with the experience and regain deep composure as soon as possible.
- This is an all natural product that features safe active ingredients with reduced or no side-effects
- The formula is available online at various stores for an affordable price of approximately $11
- The official site does not indicate how long a bottle will last.
- There are no clinical trials involving the supplement at this time
Five-Flower Formula appears to be a safe approach for people who want to stick to natural remedies when faced with stress. The formula is not scientifically proven effective, and the number of online testimonials is reduced at this time, so we cannot draw a final conclusion as to its effectiveness. The reviews we found are however mostly positive and support the remedy’s ability to promote calmness in both adults and children.
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