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Recovery Plus Emergency Formula

by Ainsworths


20ml bottle




£ 7.80    Add to Basket

  • To rescue & restore.
  • A powerful emergency combination remedy for times of exceptional crisis.


This effective formula combines Dr Bach's Original Rescue Remedy Formula with three additional calming and strengthening Bach Flowers, Aspen, Mimulus and White Chestnut.

This combination provides a powerful solution not only for everyday pressures but right through to moments of exceptional crisis.


Bach Recovery Plus Emergency Formula is made in original 'stock' strength aiding its potency and effectiveness. The 1:240 strength strictly adheres to Dr Bach's direction and his instructions have been carefully followed in the preparation of this remedy.

Star of Bethlehem - for trauma and numbness.

Rock Rose - for terror and panic.

Impatiens - for tension and irritability.

Cherry Plum - for fear of losing control.

Clematis - for being detached from the situation.

Aspen - for fear of the unknown.

Mimulus - for fear of specific things.

White Chestnut - for persistent thoughts.

In a brandy base - 240 parts Brandy to one part flower essences.


Originally produced to deal with anything life may throw at us, this remedy is ideal to use as a preventative as it instills calm and prevents stress. Relieves the symptoms of anxiety and distress and restores harmony in those panicky moments like exam nerves or before flying.

It is indispensable as a calming remedy for all manner of emotional crises.

Dosage Guide

For everyday pressures: Add 4 drops in 30ml glass of water sipped at intervals.

For crisis: Add 4 drops directly on tongue as required.



  • Homeopathic remedies.

Ainsworths specialize in the making and provision of traditional homoeopathic remedies and the individual preparation of Bach Flower Remedies. For 36 years they have provided a unique service and their aim is to demystify homoeopathy and the use of Bach Flower Remedies with sensitive and simple education.

Homeopathy was discovered in 1790 by Dr Samuel Hahnemann, after a long search for a safe and effective means of curing his patients.

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