WILD OAT-Bach Flower Remedy


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


  • Keywords: Cross-road in life, decision making, lack of clarity, drifting in life
  • Human indication: When you are uncertain of correct path in life. Helpful when you need to make important decisions.
  • Animal/pet indication: Loss of sense of direction or purpose; especially good for working or show animals who are being retired.


The temporary Wild Oat state can occur during a "midlife crisis" or any time a career decision must be made - especially if many choices present themselves.


When a person has lost contact with his Higher Self and cannot seem to identify his mission in life, Wild Oat will help him clarify his true goals and come to a right decision.


Interestingly, the chronic negative Wild Oat state can be likened to a person who is said to be "sowing his wild oats." These people are "bachelors" in the field of vocation and can be described as stuck in a stage of delayed mental puberty.


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.

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

WILD OAT-Bach Flower Remedy

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“Those who have ambitions to do something of prominence in life, who wish to have much experience, and to enjoy all that which is possible for them, to take life to the full. Their difficulty is to determine what occupation to follow; as although their ambitions are strong, they have no calling which appeals to them above all others. This may cause delay and dissatisfaction.” – Dr. Edward Bach