The method of extracting energy and elements contained in buds, as developed by Dr. Pol Henry in the 1960s, is very different from that used for gemmotherapy. And it is important to know the differences.

The basis:

Mother maceration at 1 / 20th is obtained with 1 kg of plant in dry weight (equivalent to 3 to 6 kg of fresh plant, buds, young shoots, or rootlets, depending on the moisture content) and 20 kg (20 liters) of solvent.

The solvent is composed of three equal parts: Spring water – Vegetable glycerine – 96 ° alcohol .Use fresh young shoots, buds or rootlets.

There is no extraction with high temperature that kills the plant, and no freezing that changes the cell structure of the plant .