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Journal of Plant Biology and Agriculture Sciences

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Treatment of anxiety and depression using Bach flower and traditional chinese medicine

Author(s): Huang Wei Ling


Bach flower remedies were created by Edward Bach in 1929 who devoted his life to discovery 38 remedies that correspond to 38 negative emotional states. Bach believed in a truly holistic form of emotional healing providing to the body a positive state restoring a heath equilibrium of the individual. To demonstrate that Bach flower therapy is effective for the treatment of anxiety and depression patients. The two case reports, the first is 42 years-old female patient with symptoms of anxiety and depression after a family problem that was causing many sadness and feelings that will have no solution. The second case report is 23 years-old female patient with anxiety symptoms in November 2019 when she was finishing her graduation in chemical engineering and would present his final work on the process of making printer inks with a focus on the filtration process, which was causing a lot of anxiety and concern at the time of the presentation.. Case two: the patient presented successfully her final work in the graduation after the treatment received and she continued the treatment until nowadays. The Bach flower medication was necessary only in the beginning to help her to be calm during her presentation. Based on these two cases reports, Bach flowers medications is a good option of treatment in patients with anxiety and depression, helping to restore the balance state of the mind and emotions without side effects induced by psychotropic medications.

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