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Bach flower therapy supports emotional conditions associated with diabetes

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Editor’s note: This is an edited, cursory translation of the original article written in Spanish. We believe this study verifies that emotional changes brought about by flower essence therapy influence the outcome of physical health. Read the Spanish language version here. To read a summary of the emotional changes of note in this study of personalized flower essence therapy, click here.


A favourable response for those who received flower essence therapy

The Bach flower system is a complementary system to conventional medicine, considered as a therapeutic option, aimed at restoring negative emotional states maintained, whose presence hinder a good quality of life. We conducted a prospective randomized against placebo group with 200 subjects with type 2 diabetes mellitus, to evaluate the effectiveness of personalized Bach flower therapy on glycemic control and lipid as a complementary therapy. Of these, 147 were female and 53 male, who gave their consent to participate and were randomly assigned to treatment A (flower essence) or B (placebo) by sublingual administration of 4 drops 4 times a day for a period of 8 weeks. Treatment response was considered positive when there was a decrease in glycemic and lipid levels. Both groups were comparable in age, sex, type of diabetes and pathological levels of glucose, total cholesterol and triglycerides. The percentage of favourable response was significantly higher after treatment compared to treatment B. Treatment with personalized Bach flower therapy applied with the conventional treatment for metabolic control of diabetes and lipid levels for 8 weeks was associated with decreased levels of pathological blood glucose, total cholesterol and triglycerides. The favourable response obtained in treatment A relative to B was seen as a beneficial effect. Treatment was well tolerated and no adverse reactions were referred for treatment.

Keywords: Bach Flower Remedies, diabetes mellitus, type 2 diabetics, personalized medicine, glucose, cholesterol, triglycerides.


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