How long will it take for my Bach Flowers to work?

How long does it take?

One of the most common questions my clients ask me is, “How long until my Bach Flowers start working?”

Excellent question. It’s also one to which there is no one-size-fits-all answer. Some clients feel changes immediately or overnight, whereas for others it takes a month or two.

A lot is at play – including type of issue you’re working with, the length of time you’ve been affected by it, how consistent you are in taking your tincture, and how sensitive you are at noticing changes.

Why is it important for me to be consistent in taking my Bach Flowers?

Of these four factors, the one you control most is your consistency in taking your Bach Flowers.

Think about it: you can’t change the issue with which you’re dealing or the length of time you’ve been affected by it. Similarly, changing your level of sensitivity to changes can be challenging (although there are things you can do to improve this, including using your Bach Flower journal).

What you absolutely do control, though, is how regularly your take your Bach Flowers. This you 100% control, so take full advantage of it.

Therefore, take your Bach Flowers regularly! For most clients this means four drops of your Bach Flower tinctures, four times a day.

Remember: the more consistent you are, the faster you will see results, and the better your results will be.

What if I keep forgetting to take my Bach Flowers?

If you keep forgetting to take your Bach Flowers, they’ll still work, but more slowly and less effectively.

Think of it like a gym membership.

If you want to get in shape, buying a gym membership is a great first step, but insufficient in itself. This is because in addition to having a gym membership, you also need to be consistent about using it. If you show up at the gym only once or twice a month instead of a few times a week, you’re not going to get the results you want. You’ll still feel better than if you didn’t go at all, but the effects will be marginal and slow at coming.

The same with Bach Flowers. You need to be consistent.

So set reminders on your phone, write yourself notes, keep your Bach Flowers close at hand, such as by your computer, in your bag, or on the counter, do whatever you need to do to keep your Bach Flower tinctures top-of-mind so you remember to take them regularly.

If despite this all you still keep forgetting to take your Bach Flowers, talk with me and we can brain-storm ideas.

 

The bottom line

Bottom line: take your Bach Flowers regularly, and start feeling way, way better than you do now.

Have a wonderful day.