Gemmotherapy | definition of gemmotherapy by Medical dictionary
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gemmotherapy (jem″ther′ă-pē) [L. gemma, bud, gem + therapy]
Any form of herbal or plant-derived therapy that consists of or is made from the buds and sometimes other very young parts of plants.
n the use of plant/glycerin or plant/alcohol macerates mixed according to the French Pharmacopia to treat the tissues and organs for which the mixtures have an affinity.
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Massage, homeopathy, and gemmotherapy
(plant) remedies are examples of effective drainage techniques.
A chapter on gemmotherapy
introduces a type of phytotherapy based on maceration of plant buds and shoots.
Before introducing the primary thirty-four most common plants currently-being macerated to produce gemmotherapy
extracts, it might be helpful to have a quick general review of what chemical analysis reveals a plant.
Division brings Gemmotherapy (Plant Stem Cell Therapy) training to U.
Discovered more than 30 years ago in Europe, Gemmotherapy is a cross between herbal and attenuated homeopathic medicine.