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Declaration by the Practitioner
Roles of Bach Foundation Registered Practitioner (BFRP)
I, Joanne Thia Lei Yuen, am a Bach Foundation Registered Practitioner (BFRP) working under the Bach Foundation Code of Practice. My role is to help teach you about Dr Bach’s system of remedies and help you use them to help your animal.
Bach remedies aim to improve everyday emotional states for humans and animals. Taking them may in turn lead to other health benefits. They do not, however, replace direct medical or veterinary treatment. You, as the owner of your animal have sole responsibility for seeking qualified help for any of your animal’s medical conditions, symptoms or other issues that might require qualified intervention.
If I feel your animal may need additional help, I will advise you of this, but working as a BFRP does not in itself qualify me to recognize, diagnose, prescribe for or treat any physical illness for your animal, and nothing said or done during the course of a Bach consultation should be construed as evidence to the contrary. If I do recommend you seek additional professional help for your animal, you take full responsibility for acting on that advice.
If you have been receiving treatment from a veterinary doctor or any professional, I strongly advise you to inform him or her about your decision to use Bach remedies. Any decision to stop or reduce any other treatment that your animal is receiving should be taken by you in conjunction with the professional responsible for that treatment.
Everything discussed during a consultation will remain confidential.
Any fee I charge is to cover the time I have spent helping you to learn and use the Bach system for your animal. If at the end of the consultation, you choose to take one or more Bach remedies for your animal, you may mix yourself a treatment bottle from my private stock or ask to have a bottle mixed for your animal. This is understood to be your personal choice and is not part of the service offered.
Alcohol as natural preservatives in Bach remedies
In the making of mother tinctures for Bach remedies, alcohol is used as natural preservative. Mother tinctures are then diluted to make stock remedies. Further dilution process to mix a treatment bottle from stock remedies will result in an insignificant amount of alcohol content in the treatment bottle. This is made known to you by me as some animal owners may wish to avoid even trace amount of alcohol to be used on their animal(s), hence they may want to obtain further professional advice before giving Bach remedies to their animal(s).
Alternatively, you may opt to mix a treatment bottle from non-alcoholic stock remedies for your animal. If this is your decision, please tick in the following box.
Yes, I opt to mix a treatment bottle from non-alcoholic stock remedies.
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