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Review of Bach Kids Flower Remedies

9:05 PM

We dig natural stuff at our house. While I show no disrespect for commercial medicines, we have been gearing up for treating many of our maladies with herbs, flowers, and natural plants. In fact, this winter, I was lucky enough to have Elderberry for my cold -- and it really helped!

We recently had the chance to try some natural remedies designed for kids -- Bach Kids Flower Remedies. These small vials contained tinctures from flowers you actually heard of, all designed to treat the person, not the ailment. The one that we recently tried was called Bach Kids RESCUE Remedy - This is made for kids to help relieve stress and provide a non-drowsy calm. It contains:

Rock Rose for stress and anxiety, Impatiens for irritation and impatience, Clematis for inattentiveness, Star of Bethlehem for agitation, Cherry Plum for irrational thoughts

The product is easy to dispense, and 4 drops on the tongue is all that is needed for a proper dose. My boys didn't complain of the flavor (which is rare). The product is easily stored in a medicine cabinet, or a purse for on-the-go treatment. (Note: The manufacturer recommends using it no less than 4 times a day, and it can be mixed with water for sipping, if the child doesn't like to have drops administered.)

Bach Kids also comes in two other varieties: Confidence and Daydream (2 drops per dose for each of these.)

So far, so good. The kids haven't complained about the products, and I like that they are handy when I need them!

Learn more about Bach Kids Flower Remedies at their website:

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*Sample was received for this review.

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  1. I heard about this stuff months ago and decided to give it a try. While I don't think it is the "Magic remedy", but it is a good remedy. It really seems to work for my daughter.

  2. Agreed, Cheryl. Nothing's magic, but since we've been trying to use natural remedies, anyway, this really makes the task simple! Thanks for your comments :)