The emergency drops (Rescue Remedy) | Bach Flowers for children – in case of uncertainty

The emergency drops (Rescue Remedy)

The Bach emergency drops contain 5 flowers: Star of Bethlehem, Rock Rose, Impatiens, Cherry Plum and Clematis. This mixture is available in pharmacies as a ready-to-use concentrate and is also a component of the Bach Flower Set. The emergency drops are intended exclusively for acute emergencies, never to be taken over a longer period of time.

They are free of side effects. When are emergency drops used: Always in case of shock (accidents, injuries, also psychological) stress, exam nerves, homesickness and everything that frightens children in the short term, shocks and emotional distress. These do not always have to be the big emergencies of accidents or bad events.

Also a bad school grade, quarrels with friends, fear of a spider, nightmares or the upcoming visit to the dentist are reasons for using the emergency drops. In all cases the drops have a calming and comforting effect on the child’s state of mind. Please note!

Emergency drops can in no case replace a necessary medical treatment in case of accidents! Use of emergency drops: To use emergency drops, put 4 drops on a glass (0.2l) of fresh tap water and let the glass be drunk in small sips. You can repeat this procedure if there is no sufficient improvement.

If you are on the road and have no water available, emergency drops can also be taken undiluted. To do this, give 1 to 2 drops from the stock bottle directly on the lips or tongue. You can also take 2 drops on the back of the hand and let it lick off.

Emergency drops can also be prepared in a bottle. To do this, put 4 drops into a brown 20ml bottle (from the pharmacy) and fill it up with fresh tap water. External use: As a compress for minor injuries, insect bites, minor burns, tension. To do this, add 6 drops of emergency drops directly from the stock bottle to 1⁄2 l of water and soak an envelope cloth with it.