Bach Flower Remedy Of The Month ~ Agrimony



“Healing must come from within by acknowledging and correcting our faults and by harmonizing our being with the divine plan.”  – Dr. Edward Bach, Creator Of The Bach Flower Remedies

There are 38 different types of flower essences in the Bach Flower Repertoire; all were created by the visionary Dr. Edward Bach, who believed that disease in itself is beneficient and arises to show us where there is disharmony or discord in our being.  The remedies work through a process of flooding our energy fields with a positive virtue, which can help to transmute our pain, suffering and imbalances.  Participating actively and consciously in a process of transformation is at the heart of awakening to our journeys as human beings.  Working with the Bach Flower Remedies can support our awakening both through helping to raise our conscious awareness of our individual patterns as well as providing a tool, which can support bringing our whole being – body, mind, emotion and spirit – into greater alignment with our Divine essence.

Agrimony (Agrimonia Epupatoria) supports the process of being open with one’s feelings, standing fully in one’s truth in the world and developing true inner peace and calmness.   It is indicated for those who feel a need to conceal their true feelings, to appear together and always look good.   It is indicated for those who struggle with anxiety and are tormented by hidden worries.  Agrimony types are known to keep everything inside, to do anything to avoid arguments or strife and to make light of their own difficulties.   There is a tendency to be restless and overly sensitive.  Also, Agrimony types often suffer from parasitic infestation, drawing others who sap their energy and vitality.  They may use alcohol, drugs, emotional eating or other addictions to deal with their feelings and to help them appear more cheerful and carefree.

Here are some questions that may help indicate if Agrimony is beneficial for you:

  • If you come in are you’re not feeling good, do you just put on a happy face and nobody really knows what you’re feeling?
  • Do you suffer from anxiety?
  • Do you struggle with addictions or use substances (drugs, alcohol, food, etc.) to cope with your feelings?
  • Do you have a tendency to feel restless?
  • Do you tend to hide your worries or feelings?
  • Do you put on the “I’m Okay” facade even when you are feeling troubled inside?
  • Do you make light of your difficulties or act cheerful to hide your feelings of turmoil?
  • Are you overly sensitive in general or in response to conflict or strife?

The Agrimony remedy brings in a quality of authenticity and helps to get in touch with one’s true feelings with openness and acceptance.  It supports an individual in becoming aware of and processing anxiety and painful feelings rather than stuffing them or holding them inside.  It can be beneficial in transforming addictive patterns and fostering a deep sense of inner peace and calm.

Agrimony also has a very strong shielding quality.  This helps to protect from negative, violating and parasitic energies and people.  This is one of the major benefits of this remedy and of the Bach Flowers Remedies overall.  In order to feel one’s feelings fully and stand in one’s truth, it is necessary have a clear and strong energy field, which is one of the great benefits of the remedies.  Agrimony assists in bringing a state of genuine inner joyfulness, trusting optimism and the ability to see problems in the right light and perspective.

Affirming, “I am finding peace within myself” is the essence of Agrimony.

For additional information on the Bach Flower Remedies and Dr. Edward Bach, visit

If you are interested in a Bach Flower Remedy Consultation & Treatment, I offers these sessions in Annapolis, MD, by phone or by Skype.  I have found the Bach Flower Remedies to be one of the most beneficial transformational and healing tools that I utilize both personally and in my holistic healing practice.   I have worked with the Bach Flowers for over 15 years and I am a Bach Flower Registered Practitioner through the Bach Centre in the UK, home of Dr. Edward Bach.  Please feel free to visit my website or contact me if you would like to explore how the Bach Flower Remedies may benefit your own process of transformation and healing.

Also, you might like to explore the following posts on the Bach Flower Remedies:

The Bach Flower Remedies: A Tool For Transformation

Visionary Voices: Dr. Edward Bach

Bach Flower Remedies For 2012 Transitions: Walnut


About Beth Terrence

Beth Terrence is a Shaman, Facilitator, Holistic Practitioner, Speaker and Writer. With over seventeen years of experience in field of transformation and holistic health, she is a leader in providing Integrative Transformational Healing Programs For Individuals, Groups & Organization. The focus of Beth's work is to facilitate deep transformational healing, assisting her clients in living a more heart-centered, balanced and joyful life through discovering the healer within. Beth offers online transformational resources through her blog, The Heart of Awakening: Searching for a New Paradigm. She is also an author and facilitator for Heal My Voice, an international organization that helps women to heal, grow and step into greater leadership through writing and sharing their stories. To learn more about sessions, programs, teleseminars and other news, visit

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    • Thanks for your note and happy to hear you found the post helpful. Rescue Remedy is an amazing resource for acute situations and stress and it can also be very beneficial to work with a specific remedy or custom blend to address our core issues. This is the first post in a series which will highlight one Bach Flower each month so be sure to check back. Also, if you have any specific questions, feel free to drop a note to me. All the best, Beth.

      • Hi Gary. Thanks for stopping by and glad you are using the remedies. I would also recommend Walnut and Centaury for empaths as well. Although all the remedies are beneficial for strengthening one’s energy system, I most often use Walnut for shielding, however we are all different and there are many subtle nuances between the remedies in regards to that aspect of healing. Hope you’ll visit again. I will be posting one flower a month and occasionally other articles on the Bach Flowers. All the best, Beth.

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