Stages of preparation for a Spagyric Plant Bud Tincture (Fitoblasto)
The gemmo macerates preparation of Erbenobili, the FitoBlasto, in addition to following the dictates of the French Pharmacopoeia, which regulates the various steps involved in the production process, it takes into account the ancient spagyric techniques of maceration and extraction.
At a glance our various stages of production:
1. HARVESTING, CLEANING AND SHREDDING OF YOUNG EMBRYONIC TISSUES
This first phase of the process involves the collection of buds, shoots, rootlets coming exclusively from controlled coltivations and from spontaneously collected plants in natural areas that is far from sources of contamination. This is the first stage of our essential process to ensure the total absence of contamination such as pesticides and heavy metals that may be accumulated especially in the parts of the plants still undifferentiated. After the harvest is passed to the shredding that allows breakage of the plant fibers, in such a way as to make the extraction of active ingredients more rapid and effective for the subsequent maceration.
The maceration process is a fundamental phase in preparing a FitoBlasto. It consists in a first maceration with spagyric ethyl alcohol from wine and red wine for 28 days in a glass demijohn, so as to allow a more complete extraction of active ingredients, this extraction is receiving information from the so-called “microcosmic extraction “. During this maceration period the glass demijohn is maintained in our cosmic greenhouse and subjected to the correct diffusion of light, temperature and music that provides vital energy to our preparation. To the solution obtained after maceration we add a mixture of water and vegetable glycerin in equal parts. This is the phase that differentiates our FitoBlasto of Erbenobili from any other gemmo macerates, With the presence of Spagyric alcohol and Red wine it enriches our preparation of:
- OPC (oligomeric proanthocyanidins)
These factors synergize with the other elements, which provides the function of restoring the physiological function of the organism from the plant Buds (Gemmotherapy) itself, the antioxidant action is the reduction of cell damage caused by free radicals.
3. PRESSING/ SQUEEZING AND FILTERING
The final stages provides for a cold pressing of the plant material extract and a filtration in order to eliminate the coarse parts remained in the pressed product.
4. INCINERATION OF RESIDUES FROM BUDS AND SPROUTS THAT WAS PRESSED PREVIOUSLY
The residues of buds, sprouts and rootlets from pressing are placed in a Muffle Furnace at 750 ° C obtaining ashes rich in inorganic substances (particularly minerals) present in the buds.The ash thus obtained are dissolved in water; it is brought to a boil, it will be filtered and to be put back once again on the furnace until complete evaporation of the water.With this last phase we obtain the crystallization of salts from the buds. The residue thus obtained is added to the solution present in a double glass demijohn restoring the “microcosmic extraction”, to be sealed with the luto, namely, a strip of paper soaked in a paste made from flour, water, egg white and lime called by the Ancients “Luto of Wisdom.”Followed by a period of 12 days after which, through a process called “circulation”, the luto will break and it will be the sign that the gemmo macerates is ready. Finally we allow it to settle for 40 minutes and then it is bottled, or we blend more gemmo macerates together if we want to make a miscellaneous synergistic spagyric combination.
The FitoBlasto thus obtained is rich in active ingredients not found in any other gemmo macerate.
Hahnemann dilution (by Hahnemann, founder of homeopathy): the FitoBlasto Base Concentrate then undergoes a dilution with a new mixture of alcohol, water and glycerin in a ratio of 1:10 (one part of Fitoblasto base Concentrate and 9 parts of mixture water, glycerin and alcohol) having thus a macerate to the first decimal dilution Hahnemannian: FITOBLASTO 1 DH.