Santa Monica, CA, October 10, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Naomi Klein’s book “Shock Doctrine” has hit the bestseller lists in the United States, Canada, Italy and Germany. Ms. Kline exposes a world in turmoil due to natural and man-made disasters which bring misery, dislocation, confusion and disempowerment to millions of people. She documents how catastrophes make us vulnerable to political and business profiteers who stand poised to take advantage. Her solution is “be aware” of the means of exploitation when facing a real or made-up crisis and remain calm and in control of your emotions. How does Ms. Kline retain her calm? She takes her bottle of BachFlower.com Rescue Remedy when on duty to troubled spots in the world. Rescue Remedy is a natural and non-habit forming homeopathic remedy in used for over 70 years that is based on the research of the English physician Dr. Edward Bach. Rescue Remedy offers relief from the emotional causes of stress and leaves one with a clear mind and a calm disposition.
According to Bettina Rasmussen, North America CEO of BachFlower.com, Rescue Remedy is valued by our men and women in uniform in the war in Iraq who shun well known chemical anti-depressant products that are commecialized with billions of dollars of advertising. All chemical anti-depressants are known to have side-effects. One does not have to face the threats of death or dismemberment, as is the case with our soldiers, or post traumatic stress and fear from the likes of the 9/11 terror attack to feel emotionally provoked stress. A great number of celebraties that daily touch our lives and many political and public figures over the last 70 years have come to rely on Bach Flower homeopathic remedies for their emotional wellbeing and peace of mind.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warns that antidepressants can cause suicidal ideation, mania and psychosis. The manufacturers of one well known anti-depressant, now warn that the drug can cause homicidal ideation. This month, a study came out in the Public Library of Science-Medicine journal, conducted by Dr. David Healy, director of Cardiff's University's North Wales Department of Psychological Medicine, which found that a well known anti-depressant raises the risk of violence. Though the study focuses specifically on one well known anti-depressant, Healy reasoned that other commercialized anti-depressant drugs most likely pose the same risk of violence. "We've got good evidence that the drugs can make people violent and you'd have to reason from that that there may be more episodes of violence," Healy said.
Ms Rasmussen points out that Rescue Remedy and other natural Bach Flower essences are safe for pregnant women and infants and are a regular feature of Mothering Magazine, the pre-eminent health conscious magazine for expectant and new mothers in Canada and the United States. BachFlower.com has now introduced Rescue Remedy Pastilles – all natural stress relief in a delicious flavor. The Rescue Remedy Pastilles are made of the same formula as the drops and spray but now include the chewable pastilles in an easy to carry tin.