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WHAT ARE SPAGYRIC HOMEOPATHICS?
First developed by the 16th Century Swiss physician Paracelsus,
spagyrism represents a form of homeopathy in which both vital
healing energy and active substances are extracted from medicinal
plants, creating powerful mother tinctures that can be further
potentized. Derived from the Greek words spao (separate) and ageiro
(unite), spagyric remedies were originally created by fermenting
parts of wild herbs. This process produced concentrated aromatic
solutions that were extracted and separated from the bulk plant
matter. After fermentation was completed, the plant material was
distilled in a special device, and the remainder dried and burned.
The ashes were extracted and purified via distillation, then recombined
with the concentrated solution. As a result, the finished spagyric
essence contained the mineral constituent parts of the plant.
Paracelsus pointed out that the vital energy of an herb is more
important than the plant material itself. Combining the ideas
of Paracelsus with modern manufacturing techniques, PEKANA produces
its powerful spagyric remedies using four key steps: separation,
purification, incineration and reunification.
Using only the specific parts of either fresh or dried herbs
as prescribed in the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia, PEKANA adds special
yeast, sucrose and pharmaceutical grade water to initiate fermentation.
This three week process produces a natural alcohol intrinsic to
the particular plant, resulting in a high quality mother tincture
solution that contains vital energy specific to that herb.
Next, PEKANA repeatedly filters the tincture solution until it
is completely free of impurities. Similar to producing a fine
wine, this process requires time and precision because new particles
created by the plant tincture during the various filtering phases
must be removed to achieve an absolutely pure liquid solution.
Unlike other manufacturers, PEKANA never distills its spagyric
tinctures to ensure that biocatalysts (enzymes), vitamins and
other vital substances remain active.
In step three, the original plant material used to produce the
mother tincture solution is dried, caked and burned at very high
temperatures, creating an ash. After PEKANA's advanced processing
technique removes all impurities from the ash, only the remaining
pure plant minerals are extracted.
Finally, the pure plant crystals which stimulate metabolic processes
in the body are combined with the mother tincture solution. Until
this final step, the tincture is odorless. However, at the precise
moment PEKANA adds the minerals to the solution, a dramatic color
change takes place and the specific aroma distinctive to the plant
flows from the fluid creating the "miracle" of spagyrics.
In addition, PEKANA homeopathic spagyric medications are further
potentized and succussed by hand according to the laws of homeopathy.
To prove the "pharmaceutical quality" and document the
high energy of its medicines, PEKANA conducts comparative chromatography
analysis on each mother tincture. Only those spagyric preparations
are used that match or exceed the substance yield of the corresponding
In recognition of such high standards, PEKANA received an award
for innovation and exemplary performance from the State of Baden