The Twelve Healers – Edward Bach (1936). Londra: The C.W. Daniel Company Ltd.
The 1936 edition of ‘The Twelve Healers and other remedies’, written by the British physician and author Edward Bach, was the final revision personally prepared by Bach himself, shortly before his death. This is the most important text on remedies ever written by the author himself, a practical manual on the famous ‘Twelve Healers’ discovered by Bach.
“Thirty-eight different states are described in a simple way: and it should not be difficult to find the state or states that are present both for oneself and for someone else, and thus be able to give the necessary remedies for an effective cure. Since the Herbs cure our fears, our anxieties, our worries, our failings and our weaknesses, it is these that we must seek, and then the disease, no matter what, will leave us.”
Edward Bach ( 24 September 1886 – 27 November 1936) was a British doctor, bacteriologist, homeopath, and spiritual writer, best known for developing the Bach flower remedies, a form of alternative medicine inspired by classical homeopathic traditions.