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Centaury : submissive
Bach Centaury is associated with over-submissiveness and anxiety to please. Animals that are easily bullied, low in the pecking order or those that go on working (or playing - eg chasing a ball) until they are exhausted may well benefit from this remedy. Also try it with dogs that often cringe, urinate or roll over in a submissive fashion.
Dr Edward Bach’s Flower Essences are essences that try to change negative emotions or patterns of behaviour into positive ones . Ahead of his time, Dr Bach understood the connection between the emotional and physical state and the essences became his life work. There are 38 individual essences and a Recovery Remedy combining several essences given for shock or trauma. Each essence comes in a bottle with a dropper top. A single Bach flower can be chosen, but it is preferable to choose several (up to five) that reflect different emotional states of the animal. Each essence has an indication for use and a positive outcome. Dr Bach stressed the importance of taking these “vibrational” essences in water : shaking before each use. Note: animals very easily pick up on our emotions and act accordingly. Always try to consider why an animal is behaving like it is and ask yourself if your behaviour is having an effect : are you nervous about attempting a jump or taking on a new companion. See "How do I use it" for suggestions as to how best to administer these products.
The bottle has a built in dropper. Shake well.
Horses: 10 to 15
Dogs : 4 to 6
In drinking water, food, on a treat, sprayed into the environment. Repeat up to 4 times a day as required. Usual course one week or can be used in crisis situations.