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Red Chestnut


Aesculus carnea


One of Bach's second 19 remedies.
Prepared by the boiling method.




For those who find it difficult not to be anxious for other people. Often they have ceased to worry about themselves, but for those of whom they are fond may suffer much, frequently anticipating some unfortunate thing to happen to them.


Twelve Healers 1936




Everyone of us also has sympathy with those in distress, and naturally so, because we have all been in distress ourselves at some time in our lives. So that not only can we heal ourselves. But we have the great privilege of being able to help others to heal themselves, and the only qualifications necessary are love and sympathy.


Collected Writings p99


Habitat notes




Red Chestnut trees were created as a hybrid. They are found in gardens worldwide and are often planted in avenues and groups where they may show off their colour to advantage. They grow in medium shade, rarely wild.




Red Chestnut trees are generally found throughout Britain in parks and avenues.


Emotional state


For those who find it difficult not to be anxious for other people, anticipate trouble, imagine the worst, worry over otherís troubles, over-concern for problems of the world, fear that a small complaint of another will become a serious problem, project anxiety.


Barnard, Guide to Bach Flower Remedies