CHESTNUT BUD-Bach Flower Remedy


Activate the essences by tapping, stirring or shaking (this is known as succussing)


Bach flower Chestnut bud helps with:

  • Being scatter-brained
  • Not learning from past mistakes
  • Being inattentive
  • Walking ahead of your thoughts
  • Becoming distracted too quickly


When Dr. Bach formulated his Bach Flower Essences, no one was speaking about Attention Deficit Disorder, but it would appear that those in the negative Chestnut Bud state do suffer from the condition.


They seem not to be able to focus and learn from any experience, but instead to keep repeating them, and making the same mistakes over and over.


The negative Chestnut Bud personality is self-willed and acts almost in childish defiance of the Higher Self.


A person with this energy imbalance may date the same kind of person over and over - with the same unhappy results each time.


They may buy the same color shirt repeatedly, even though the color doesn't flatter them and thus they don't wear the shirts.



How should flower essences be taken?

For chronic problems, flower essences should be taken 4 times per day - including upon awakening and at bedtime. You need only 4 drops under the tongue each time.

For immediate effect in crisis situations, take 4 drops as needed, but not less than 8 drops per day. Alternatively, you can add 6 drops to a cup of mineral water and sip throughout the day.


How to take multiple remedies: You can combine up to 7 remedies to make your personal blend. Fill a clean 30 mL dropper bottle 3/4 full with spring water. Add 2 drops of each remedy to the water. Take 4 drops of your blend a minimum of 4 times a day.

Babies and pets can be treated by placing the drops in water as above.
Flower Essences should be taken on an empty stomach - at least 30-60 minutes before or after eating. Therefore , it is not advisable to add the drops to food.

· A Homeopathic Remedy
· Contains 27% Alcohol

CHESTNUT BUD-Bach Flower Remedy

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..For people who don’t use their observations and experiences to the fullest, and need more time than others to learn from the lessons of their daily life.

These people sometimes need multiple experiences before they learn their lesson. In diverse situations they keep on making the same mistakes, while making one error should be sufficient.