Glandular extracts

Glandular extracts

Glandular extracts are a complete portion taken from a plant or organ and not from a substance extracted from a body chemically (vitamin C extract from an orange, for example). Both mother tincture and glandular extract contain the active ingredients from the original product, just like a fresh vegetable or fruit in food. To obtain an extract rich in active ingredients, it is important not to modify or denature the molecules that make up this extract. Culture, breeding and collection must be organic and done with great care.

The mother tinctures are mainly mixtures of organic culture and wild plants while the glandular extracts (Genestra) are derived from mature animals raised in the open air on pastures.

Drawing its origins from organotherapy, a glandular extract is an organ sample of animal origin used for therapeutic purposes. Even if the glandular extracts used now come largely from the adrenal glands of farm animals, most often cattle, sheep or pigs, all organs are involved.

The glandular extract will work more intensely while the plant extract will act more gently. But beware! More gently does not mean acting less, but differently: it is just as powerful for "pampering" the weakened organ. In symbiosis, they become a complete protocol to restore strength and vitality.

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