Bach Flower Remedy Focus – Gorse

Hello 🙂

This time I’m giving you a short introduction to the magnificent Gorse – a Bach Flower Remedy that can be used with our animals (and us!).  So what is it?

Gorse is just one of the 38 different Bach Flower Remedies that can be used not only by you, but your animal.

The Bach remedies all offer different benefits to promote health and wellbeing, and some can be combined together for best effect too.

Why use Gorse?

If your animal has been unwell for sometime, or convalescing then Gorse could be useful.  It’s often used when an animal whose recovery is taking a long time.

Animals who’ve been “rescued” are also often given Gorse to help them adjust to their new situations and feel more positive.

Gorse can be used with the “Gentian” Bach remedy to help promote wellbeing.

Like to know more about Gorse or other Bach remedies for your animal?

There’s many trained Bach Flower Remedy practitioners, including those who specialise in helping animals.  Find their details online via The Bach Centre website or please email me at info @ taranet. co.uk for advice.

Or if you’d like to discover even more, why not take a course in Bach Flower Remedies – there’s options for people who want to just learn a bit for their own use, or extended course options for people who want train as a professional. Again find course options at The Bach Centre, or email me at Taranet for advice.

I hope this has been helpful,

Until next time,

Regards, Suzanne

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