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Max Tetau is the author of Gemmotherapy, A Clinical Guide ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 1 review, published ), Gemmoterapia - nuovi studi clinici ( /5(2). Gemmotherapy is a modern medical intervention focusing on the cause of disease. Its remedies are a type of extremely potent herbal products manufactured principally from embryonic tissue of various trees and shrubs; but also from seeds, catkins, rootlets, and book is about scientifically-based, real medicine and powerful therapeutic.
The French homeopathic doctor, Dr. Max Tetau further developed the clinical application of these plant bud remedies in a very significant way. Dr. Tetau wrote “Gemmotherapy: A Clinical Guide,” and was the president of the Medical Society of Biotherapy. term, “Gemmotherapy”, is derived from the Latin word, “gemmae”, which means bud of a plant or gem/jewel. The Concept of Gemmotherapy The concept of Gemmotherapy encompasses the basis of natural medicine and the fundamental principles of homeopathic medicine as founded by Samuel Hahnemann: 1. First, do no harm. 2.
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Beginner's Guide to Gemmotherapy. The impetus for this was the arrival of Dr. Pitera’s recently translated book “Compendium of Clinical Gemmotherapy”. From that point an important and impressive movement of promoting Gemmotherapy to medical doctors, pharmacists and the general public began.
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Gemmotherapy is a drainage healing system developed in Europe over 40 years ago. Preliminary research into the therapeutic use of plant buds was started by Dr. Pol Henry of Belgium in the s.
Inafter extensive clinical research on immature plant materials, Max Tetau, MD, introduced the therapeutic technique known as Gemmotherapy. An important book on gemmotherapy is written by Gemmotherapy. Tetau called "Gemmotherapy A Clinical Guide".
How To D ose Gemmo's. Dosage: Usually 40 - 50 drops times per day, or as directed by your gemmo trained Homeopath or healthcare professional. Infants to age 3: 5 drops up to 3 times per day of each of the gemmo. Gemmotherapy: A Clinical Guide Max Tétau.
US$ einmalige Lieferung available immediately, ready to ship within one working day free shipping above US$ als Abo Lieferintervall Format: 9 x x inches The publisher: Gemmotherapy is a therapeutic method which, prompted by principles of homeopathic drainage, uses plant bud.
Gemmotherapy--the medicinal use of plant buds and young shoots--harnesses the healing power of trees and shrubs at the peak of their energetic activity. These plant “stem cells” are perfect for combatting the pollutants we encounter in modern society. The French homeopathic doctor, Dr.
Max Tetau further developed the clinical application of these plant bud remedies in a very significant way. Tetau wrote “Gemmotherapy: A Clinical Guide,” and was the president of the Medical Society of Biotherapy.
Similar extensive studies have been performed on many of the other gemmotherapy remedies. Many of these other studies can be found in the book titled "Gemmotherapy: A Clinical Guide by Max Tetau, MD." Many of the gems overlap in their indications and usage for a variety of commonly treated conditions.
A Homeopath's Guide to Gemmotherapy 5 Reasons to Consider Gemmotherapy as a Homeopath 1. Unsolved Cases 2. Reduces risk of symptom aggravation 3.
Solution to infertility 4. Newborns with few symptoms 5. Acute Protocols Gemmotherapy Intake (See Intake Checklist) 1. Teamed with European colleagues a. Excerpt from M. Tétau, Gemmotherapy: A Clinical Guide Publisher: Éditions Similia Excerpted by Narayana Publishers, Kandern, Tel.: +49 (0) Gemmotherapy, A Clinical Guide book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. What is Gemmotherapy. Gemmotherapy is a drainage system developed in Europe over 30 years ago.
Preliminary research on using plant buds therapeutically was started by Dr. Pol Henry of Belgium in the s. Max Tetau, MD, after extensive clinical research on immature plant materials, introduced the therapeutic technique known as Gemmotherapy in.
Another book with descriptions of many useful Gemmotherapy substances is called Gemmo Therapy and Oligo Therapy by Dr. Marcus Greaves. It is available through Amazon and is an inexpensive, clear guide to their use.
There is a growing body of information about gemmotherapy on the internet, although it is of rather uneven quality. It is a fascinating, well written book providing readers with valuable reference tables and data about how to confidently and effectively incorporate gemmotherapy into a clinical or consultation-based practice.
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In the “Claimer” section (as opposed to ‘disclaimer’ section) Dr. Joe Rozencwajg conveys the purpose of this book on Gemmotherapy, “This is a book for health practitioners who want to learn something new and different.”. Gemmotherapy is a therapeutic method which uses plant bud extracts and other embryonic vegetal tissues, freshly harvested from the growing plant.
Raw material is prepared by maceration in a mix of water, glycerin, and alcohol. Usually, a gemmotherapy preparation is to be used on the recommendation of a health care practitioner. “It is my wish that Lauren's book reaches every practitioner looking to help their clients with easy, quick and gentle protocols.
And I wish that any person looking for the most active and effective therapy to clean and support the body—to encounter this book at the right time and moment—and to learn about the powers of buds and young tissues.”.
Gemmos are also known as Gemmotherapy. The majority gemmos we offer are sold in 2 fluid oz. (60ml) bottles. The average use is 1 bottle a month (using 20 – 40 drops per day). Read more about the many important uses of gemmotherapy!.
This is the distinction between herbal tinctures and gemmotherapy: These gemmo extracts, made from the embryonic tissue of the plants, enhance the body’s ability to repair and rejuvenate. Gemmotherapy for Allergy.
Gemmotherapy remedies are extracted from the buds, the new shoots, and the new rootlets of a plant.GEMMOTHERAPY, a Clinical Guide Paperback – Jan. 1 by Max Tetau (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback, Jan.
1 "Please retry" CDN$ — Author: Max Tetau.After extensive clinical research on immature plant materials, Max Tetau, MD, introduced the gemmotherapy technique in The main principle behind this technique is drainage and detoxification of the organism at the cellular level so the body can truly heal itself.