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Frozen fear, terror

"The remedy of emergency for cases where there even appears no hope. In accident serious or sudden illness, or when the patient is very frightened or terrified, or if the condition is serious enough to cause great fear to those around. If the patient is not conscious the lips may be moistened with the remedy." Dr. Edward Bach

Human Indication: When you feel terror, or after a nightmare. The feeling that you cannot react or move.

Animal Indication: Terror, panic-stricken: body trembling, cowers or runs away. Deer in the head light.

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Bach Remedies are usually prepared into a “treatment bottle”:

  • Add 2 drops each of up to 7 flower essences into a 30ml dropper or spray bottle.
  • Fill the bottle with spring or mineral water.
  • If you’d like to preserve the treatment bottle for longer, you can add 1-2 tsp of brandy, apple cider vinegar or vegetable glycerine.


From your treatment bottle, take 4 drops (or 2 sprays), 4 times a day until you feel better. You can also add two drops to a glass of water and sip at intervals.

Remedies can be taken undiluted either in the mouth, or on the skin behind the ears or on the inside of the wrist.


Essence of the listed flower, water, 27% Grape Alcohol as a natural, gluten free preservative.


Bach Remedies are safe for the entire family, including pregnant women, children and pets. As always, we advise that you consult your health care practitioner prior to use.

Learn more about Bach Remedies

Who invented Bach Flower Remedies?

Dr Edward Bach discovered the healing power of plants and flowers in the 1920s - 1930s in England. His methods of preparation became the remedies we know today.

How do the Remedies work?

Dr Bach viewed disease as the result of unbalanced emotions. The flower remedies help to restore the balance between the mind and the body by letting go negative emotions such as fear, worry, hatred and indecision. Once peace and happiness are established, the body can then heal itself.

How are the Remedies made?

Bach Flower Remedies are made from infusing flowers into spring water - either by sun-steeping or by boiling. The original Bach Flower Remedies are made by hand in England, though there is no copyright on the Remedies, so other companies can also make their own Flower Remedies.

How are Flower Remedies different from essential oils or homeopathy?

Essential oils are made from different parts of plants and flowers using various methods, they have an aroma, and care needs to be taken when using certain oils in certain circumstances.

Homeopathics are the potentised dilutions of various substances (including plants, minerals, etc.), and can continue to be further diluted and increased in potency. Homeopathic remedies can be negated by the smell or effects of essential oils and care needs to be taken during their storage.

Bach Flower Remedies have no smell, are made by infusions of wild plants and flowers found in England, and can be used by anyone. Once a mother tincture has been prepared, no further energising or potentization is possible. Flower Remedies do not appear to be affected by radiation, proximity of essential oils or even the medium in which they are taken.