Universal E.R. - Emotional Remedy
The Universal E.R. remedy is composed of rarefied plant and wild flower essences. We owe the origin of the preparation and use of these herbs to relieve tormenting emotional states to Dr. Edward Bach, an English physician from the first half of the 20th century. This composite remedy is composed of those elements he found to be effective for many common, undesirable emotional states.
Universal E.R.'s basic "Support Combination" is designed as he stated, "....for shock, panic, mental stress and tension, desperation, inattention and unconsciousness."
UNIVERSAL E.R. contains, in addition to the basic "Support Combination", WILLOW (for) resentment, HOLLY (for) hatred, jealousy, suspicion, CRAB APPLE (for) cleansing (emotionally and physically) and HONEYSUCKLE (for) dwelling on thoughts of the past."
The history of the origin of these remedies tells us that Dr. Bach put himself through the entire gamut of different emotional torments. He remained in each one of those tormenting states until he was satisfied he had found an exact remedy from the rarefied essence of a specific wild flower or plant that pulled him back out of it. He then used these "Bach Flower Essences" with his patients and got good results. As Dr. Bach's experience grew, he wrote down the procedures for the preparation of his remedies, advised on their use, and freely gave them to the world so others could enjoy their benefits. Dr. Bach's instructions as to the preparation and use of these remedies are very exact. With them goes the expectation and desire of helping others in torment. Because of the rarefied nature of these wild flower and plant essences, there is no need to fear an allergic reaction or addiction, and may therefore be freely used by adult and child alike.
COMBINATION: Support Group, Willow, Holly, Crab Apple, Honeysuckle.
DOSE: Familiarity with Dr. Bach's suggestions indicate taking 3 drops, 4 times per day. A good way to establish this routine is to take them before mealtimes (even if three meals per day are not eaten) and before bedtime. Take on or under tongue or rub into pulse points such as temples, wrist or side of neck. Dr. Bach assured us that the remedies must be taken faithfully, even if the need is not felt. An accumulating affect can be built up in this way, and one day the remedy will no longer be needed.
Directions on label: For adults, mix 2 ml of extract in 2 oz (60 ml) of water one time daily preferably with a meal.
NOTE: If an attack of the nerves should occur, put 12 drops in a cup of water or juice and sip slowly until the feeling lifts. If the person is unconscious, then rub the remedy, every few seconds, across the lips until conscious.
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