Bach flower for pets

The health of our pets is of utmost importance to us and, in addition, we are increasingly aware of the need to use therapeutic resources to improve the welfare of the animal in a respectful way with your body, without having to suffer then with the side effects that often lead to pharmacological treatments.

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There are numerous alternative therapies that we can use successfully in animals, as is the case of homeopathy and so it is not surprising that today we can find several veterinarians who have specialized in the application of some of these therapies.

To know the best options with which you can treat your pet, in this article of YourCatCareguide we tell you about the Bach flower petals .

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What are Bach flowers?

Bach florals are extracts obtained from 38 wildflowers from the area of ​​Wales, Great Britain.

This therapeutic method began to develop in the 1920s by physician and researcher Dr. Edward Bach , who classified the 38 flower extracts into 7 groups depending on the emotions on which one type of flower extracts or others can act.

This classification continues in force today and corresponds to the following 7 emotions:

  • Uncertainty
  • Lack of interest
  • Fear
  • Hypersensitivity
  • Loneliness
  • Sensitivity to others
  • Despair

How do Bach flowers work?

The Bach flower has similarities with other alternative therapies such as homeopathy or acupuncture , one of the most important is the concept of vital force , the force that irrigates our body and that whenever it is balanced allows us to enjoy optimal health and quality of life.

Edward Bach considered that the origin of the diseases is emotional and that to treat them adequately one must act on the emotions and this is where the Bach flowers act precisely, interacting with the psyche of the animal, hence they are ideal as a treatment for anxiety and other imbalances such as insomnia .

In the case of flower extracts, this therapeutic method can be confused with phytotherapy (herbal therapy), but it is not the same thing. In phytotherapy plants are used, either in infusion or as a dry or fluid extract, taking advantage of all its active components, which never cease to behave as active principles and suffer a metabolism identical to the drugs, interacting with the physiology of the organism.

On the other hand, when we speak of Bach flowers we refer to extracts that have been diluted and do not present pharmacological activity or interact with physiology, but act at the vibrational and energetic level .

Bach flower for treating physical and behavioral disorders

The Bach flowers have multiple properties, both to treat physical and mental conditions, we will see how they act in both cases:

  • Under physical conditions, although the floral extracts do not solve the pathological situation by themselves, they will help to improve the symptoms . This is because they balance the emotions of the animal and in line, your body will respond better, also facilitating an adequate response of the immune system (which is harmed in cases of stress and anxiety).
  • In the face of psychic or behavioral conditions, Bach flowers can solve the problem by themselves, since they act effectively on the emotions , although in this case it is important to know what the main emotions are causing the animal in that particular behavior.

How to administer Bach flowers to animals?

Bach florals are mainly consumed in liquid form and can be easily administered using a plastic syringe or by adding them to the animal’s water.

However, some of the preparations that we can find in herbal and pharmacies, are made with small doses of ethanol, in this case you should consult the veterinarian or ask for a formula in which no alcohol is used.

It is a completely natural and harmless therapy , which will not interact with any drug, so it can be administered without problem, however, to get the best results it is recommended to consult a veterinarian specializing in floral therapy.

To treat urgent or generic situations (such as fireworks panic) we can use the Rescue Remedy, which is easily for sale and is prepared with 5 floral extracts and has the main objective of calming and balancing the emotions.

This article is purely informative, in we do not have the capacity to prescribe veterinary treatments nor to make any type of diagnosis. We suggest you bring your pet to the veterinarian in case of any type of condition or malaise.

If you want to read more articles like the Bach Flower Remedies for animals , we recommend you to come into our section of other health problems .

    Emily Harris

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