Before modern medicine and drugs, people maintained their health by using the healing power of herbs and the resources provided by nature.

The herbs are used for treating chronic affections in various forms: oils, creams, ointments and plasters for external use or infusions, inhalations and hydro-alcoholic extracts for internal use.

Phytotherapeutic treatments can be taken by any person, no matter gender or age. And if they are taken in the right dosage for the patient and treatment is adjusted to the patient’s body and it’s individual metabolism, no side effect will appear.

Toxins accumulate in the body in different ways and when the body is unable to eliminate them for to much time the structure of the DNA and RAN are both affected. The first step in a traditional treatment is to “clean” the body from this toxins, to heal the diseases, repair the structure of the cells and tissues and to restore the proper functions of the organs affected by diseases.

Also, it is important to know that, when prescribing an apiphytotherapy recipe, the doctor must take into account the area and the absorption degree of the active substances as well as the seriousness of a patient ’s affections.

The herbs may be combined in no matter what quantity and number as their effects add and potentate each other. The concentration of the mixture must not exceed the optimum level accepted by each body in particular. Use of the herbs in the spontaneous flora, picked up at the right time, yields the best results; it is the factor on which depends the concentration of the active ingredients. The quality of the herbs is also given by their drying and processing method.

Taking these aspects into account, the healing effects of apiphytotherapy may be noticed very soon at symptomatic level, although treatment of the respective affection may take a longer time.

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