The remedies are safe and gentle for people, animals, and plants.
I offer private and confidential face-to-face consultations in Berwick-upon-Tweed and consultations by telephone and email. It is essential to book an appointment for all of these consultations by sending an email to email@example.com.
The fee for all Bach Flower Remedy consultations (face-to-face, by email and by telephone) is £45.00 for up to one hour and includes one 30ml bottle of Bach Flower Remedies collected from Berwick-upon-Tweed. If you wish your bottle posted to you (UK mainland only), the fee is £49.00. Fees for email and telephone consultations must be paid in advance and this can be done by credit/debit card.
Repeat prescriptions are £12.00 if collected from Berwick-upon-Tweed and £16.00 if posted to a UK mainland address and must be paid for on collection or in advance if posted out.
If you wish, you may choose up to seven remedies without any consultation at all by emailing me the details of the remedies you have chosen for yourself or your dog or cat or horse. These will be made up in a 30ml bottle for you to collect from Berwick-upon-Tweed, fee £12.00. If you wish your bottle posted to a UK mainland address the fee will be £16.00. These fees must be paid in advance by credit/debit card. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07821 784265.
Taking the Remedies
Your 30ml treatment bottle will last around 3 to 4 weeks depending on how often you take the remedies. Take 4 drops, 4 times a day, at least. You cannot overdose on these remedies. It is good to take 4 drops in the morning and at bedtime and the others during the day as you wish. Put the drops in water, tea, coffee or any other drink. You can also drop them straight under your tongue but make sure you do not let the dropper touch your mouth, lips, or gums as this will contaminate your dropper bottle.
When giving these drops to your animals never put the glass dropper in their mouth. Place the drops in their food or on a treat.
During consultations everything you say will remain confidential. However, if you tell me of circumstances where you or another person will be put at risk, I am duty bound to pass this information to the appropriate authorities.