PREPARATIVE TECHNIQUES

The choice to almost only use fresh volunteers is a quality choice in that it enables to prepare handicrafts instead of synthetic products.
As only just picked, plants are immediately treated by DI LEO’S HERBAL LAB according to a pre-established schedule, which can be either yearly or quarterly depending on which arrangement best enables to keep the production abreast of technical-scientific developments.
On the analogy of natural processes, Spagyric Mother Tinctures take very long to prepare and necessitate strict rules.
Plants must be wildings or volunteers (must have sprung up and grown wild, exactly on the site where they are found, which also needs be the only place where they could grow; this way they are in their most powerful condition, thus of the greatest therapeutical effectiveness). Wildings are the most active plants, but also the least accessible ones; moreover they need be picked on precise days, day hours and year periods.
Plants are treated as they are still fresh, and undergo three processes: the extraction of essential oils in steam current, necessarily followed by redistilling and purification; the extraction of soluble salts, obtained by calcination and subsequent lixiviation of the ash; and the fermentation in the dark, lasting for 40 days, at the end of which the derived alcohol must be distilled and mineralised, which is done by making it flow on calx. One obtains three substances which must be brought back together and enhanced in the pelican. It is essential to replicate the alternation of night and day; that is, to heat the blend during daytime and leave it to stand at nigh.
Pot Marigold and Pennywort preparations, the Aloe remedy, Vitasì, Bimbosprint and Superenergetico by DI LEO’S HERBAL LAB are not pasteurised, but are kept inside an ultra-modern cold store: this way, the plant’s active principles remain unadulterated.


PREPARATIVE TECHNIQUES

images Edward’s Bach "flowers that cure through the soul" are personally selected and prepared by Maurizio Di Leo, who faithfully follows the original method..
His flowers come exclusively from wildings picked in uncontaminated areas of the Apennine, the Alps and several hills, far from any such source of pollution as factories, towns, emitters of electromagnetic waves, streets and cultivated land.
He prepares twenty extracts by sunbeam infusion, and eighteen by parboiling.
Water is always from springs whose biggest distance from the flowers’ picking places is 30 km.
Packaging flagons, such as the graduated cylinders, are custom-made to avoid flower overlaps and subsequent energetic pollution.
To further ensure the quality of our extracts, Di Leo has them analysed by the University of Turin.
Several factual testimonials by doctors and therapists, who tried them personally or with their patients, have proven their effectiveness.

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