Monday, July 15, 2013

Floral Acupuncture: Book Review and Upcoming Interviews

If you haven't already read the book Floral Acupuncture, I would highly recommend it! This book by by Deborah Craydon, Certified Flower Essence Practitioner and Warren Bellows, Licensed Acupuncturist is a great way to combine the best of two healing techniques - flower essences and acupuncture. This book uses the 38 Bach Flower Essences as an example, though the technique of using flower essences on acupuncture points could conceivably be performed using any type of flower essence. Using the wisdom of the ancient technique of acupuncture, this book details a do-it-yourself approach that walks you through the step-by-step process of applying an individual flower essence on specific meridian points based on what aspects you want to treat.

We will be featuring Q&A sessions and interviews with the authors of the book in the near future. If you have a question you want answered, click on the title of this post and leave it in the Comments section. We will try to cover as many of those questions as possible during the interviews.


  1. Greetings! I'm from Asia and wish to know if you or anyone known to you who have tried this method as explained in the book ( applying the flower essence to the specific site) and found healing or any trace of transformation. Asking for an unbiased feedback on the experience please. It is a simple request.Can you please do a follow up on this book review with anyone trying it and the impact

  2. Greetings! I was introduced to Bach flower remedy only recently and am a little hesitant to have it orally. So wish to know if it is safer and effective when applied topically or on acu site as stated in the book. Therefore requested a feedback from this blog. Thank you.