So simple, so easy – Rescue Remedy Spray and Rescue Cream are available at every health food store in the country – and probably in some regular stores as well.
They are homeopathic remedies – which most countries in the Western world use at a very high rate. As we would use Tylenol (with all its side effects), Australians, for instance, use homeopathic remedies, specific to each presenting problem. It’s hard even to say they’re drugs, since there’s so little in the way of active ingredients, there are no side effects (true – google or wiki homeopathy), and good results come quickly.
Homeopathy was created? discerned? in the middle of the 19th century, Bach created his flower essences early in the 20th, building on that knowledge and experience. The Rescues are from Bach. They are more expensive than most health food store remedies – running $10 or $12. So not expensive compared to drug prices.
Feeling stressed? anxious? frightened? or facing a tooth extraction as I was a couple of months ago? Two quick sprays under or on the tongue – as often as you’d like. A tang of alcohol, which is the carrier – these are tiny spritzes, so no real amount of alcohol is ingested. No drugged up feeling, just calmed and centered. And the Rescue Cream is just the ticket for any skin irritation or problem.
And when your kids are over the top with stress or excitement – they will appreciate the spray, too. Plus the cream for the summer boo-boos.
Try it! You’ll like it! I sure do.