is the newest and youngest branch of phytotherapy, scientifically developed in the last 50 years and clinically applied on a large scale in the last 30 years , especially in France, Belgium, Italy, Romania
, but also extended in England
and the world.
”The tools” main components of gemotherapy are fresh extracts from young plant tissues, from buds, shoots, buds and other young tissues.
Extracts are prepared in glycero-alcoholic form – that is, a mixture of water, alcohol and glycerin is used, in which the plant buds are left to macerate.
These products are then used as such, or in different combinations, depending on the health problems of the people. They have strong detoxification and drainage effects, i.e. cleaning the physical body of waste products arising from the body’s daily activity, as well as of the various toxins introduced into the body (through food, cosmetics or air).
Many of the gemotherapy products have a more intense and deeper action than the phytotherapeutic products from the same plants (usually prepared from leaves, bark or roots), but they can be used at the same time, to complete the action.
Gemotherapy drugs have ”affinities” for certain organs and tissues, there are books in the Romanian language to guide their use. For example, the hemoderivative from Juniper saplings has a strong action on the kidneys, liver and joints. Or the gemoterivative from Raspberry has an important action on the female genital system, but also on the entire endocrine system in general.
On our website you will find the best gemotherapy books in Romanian, translated or written by Romanian authors.
Dr. Sorina Soescu is a teacher http://www.gemmotherapy.net/ index.php/teachers invited to the Online Gemotherapy School in England led by Nick Churchill http://www.gemmotherapy.net/
In Romania, gemotherapy has gained a special scope in the last 10 years, dr. Sorina Soescu, being part of the team of ”pioneers” who promoted this new therapy www.gemoterapie.ro
Thus, dr. Sorina Soescu is vice-president of the Romanian Gemotherapy and Homeopathy Association, as well as a lecturer in the monthly gemotherapy workshops, organized for 3 years in Constanța.
Î within these workshops, for over 2 years, the detailed study of gemotherapy products, analyzed by families of remedies, has begun.
Until 2012, including, the Conifer family, the Ericacea family and the Rosacea family were studied. Îfollowing the group provings carried out with the participants of the monthly workshops in Constanța, new therapeutic uses of gemotherapy remedies were identified and new remedies were also proposed (for example, Malus sylvestris D1 , the forest apple tree – which benefited from a collective proving carried out on the occasion of the 3rd National Gemotherapy Conference, which took place in May 2012 in Mamaia, îin Constanta).
Currently, in our gemotherapy workshops, we started to study the Oleacea family in January 2013 – with the family’s first remedy, Dogwood – Ligustrum vulgare D1.
Îsoon we will present a summary of the collective proving of this remedy, and the material in detail will be published in Acta gemmotherapeutica homeopathica, the journal of the ARGH.