Manufacturing according to the original method of Dr. Bach
Faithful to the recommendations of Dr. Bach, BIOFLORAL prepares its floral elixirs with respect for nature and the spirit of Dr. Bach while strictly adhering to the original method of Dr. Bach.
They are made from wild flowers, picked at sunrise, when their potential is at its maximum. Through the action of water and the sun’s rays, the flowers release their qualities and transmit them to the aquatic element.
The floral maceration obtained is supplemented with certified organic* DEMETER** cognac in a 1:240 dilution. This method is in full compliance with the original method pioneered by Dr. Bach.
Before packaging, our floral elixir is energized a second time to strengthen its action and guarantee maximum efficiency.
Complex C10 – Renewal contains the following flowers
Ingredient (per ml)
Centaurium umbellatum* (centaury flower) 3.33 mcg, Juglans regia* (walnut young shoots, leaves and flowers) 3.33 mcg, Olea europaea* (olive flower clusters) 3.33 mcg, Quercus robur* (oak catkins) 3.33 mcg, Ulmus procera* (elm twigs with flower clusters) 3.33 mcg.
Non-medicinal ingredients: Cognac** 67.4% (40% alcohol), water.
This product is prepared by diluting the organic flower essence 1/240 in a mixture of cognac and water.
*Ingredients issued from organic agriculture.
**Ingredients issued from biodynamic and organic agriculture.
Demeter is the brand for products from biodynamic agriculture.
Adults (≥ 18 years): take 4 drops 4 times daily in a little water first thing in the morning, last thing at night, and twice during the day or as directed by a health care practitioner.
Cautions and warnings
If symptoms persist or worsen, consult a health care practitioner. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult a health care practitioner prior to use. Do not use if safety seal is broken.
- The Encyclopedia of Bach Flower Therapy by Mechthild Scheffer [ISBN 978-0-89281-941-6]
- Healing Spirituality – A Practical Guide to Understanding and Working with Bach Flowers by Gudrun Penselin, M. Ed. [ISBN 978-0-9684108-2-0]