phytotherapy

Phytotherapy, also called herbal medicine, is the use of plants and plant extracts for medical purposes, to treat, alleviate and prevent disease. Whole medicinal plants or their parts are used: flower, leaf, root, rhizome, fruit, bark. 
Each plant in nature is at the same time a small chemical factory.

The active principles in the plant are medicinal compounds, which exhibit therapeutic effects in the human body and we use them for these purposes as ingredients (essential oils, hydrolates, extracts) and ready-made preparations (tinctures, teas, balms, capsules).

Phytotherapy is as old as man, human diseases exist as much as the human race. People have always found plants in their environment that have healing properties and have successfully used them to treat a wide range of health problems. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 80% of the world's population is currently dependent on herbal medicine in primary health care.

“Medicus curat, natura sanat -The doctor helps, nature heals"

Modern phytotherapy is a natural medicine and is part of scientific medicine (integrative medicine) which is based on a holistic approach to health and beauty. 

Herbal ingredients and preparations are used to stimulate and strengthen the normal functions of the body and help it heal naturally. Herbal medicine - phytotherapy tends to be gentler than pharmaceutical products and has fewer side effects, which makes it safer to treat.

• act on the causes of chronic disorders
• act preventively and keep the body vital
• restore harmony and balance in a natural way
• acts energetically, feeling the needs of the individual and the society with which they live in the community

• Phytotherapy works on several levels: physical, emotional, mental and energy level.

• By using medicinal herbs, we strengthen the organism and make it more resistant, detoxify it and speed up metabolic processes, because we take in active principles (vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, essential oils, enzymes, flavonoids, etc.).


• When conducting phytotherapy, one should be patient because the action, and thus the results, are long-lasting.

 

• teas (hot and cold beverage)
• tincture - drops
• vegetable oils - macerates
• essential oils - baths, inhalation
• cream, tonic (hydrolate)
• balm
• coating (cataplasm)
• capsule
• suppositories
• spices (in the diet)

• Herbal mixtures and tinctures are made individually according to customer needs.

• Toxins deposited in certain organs, such as the liver, digestive tract, lungs and bones, directly affect the function and health of the skin.

• We offer teas and tinctures for various skin problems and conditions.