Spagyric - An Introduction
The spagyric method was publicised, or at least given this name, by Paracelsus in the 16th century. The word “spagyrics” is formed from the two Greek syllables “spao” and “ageiro”, which mean “dividing” and “uniting”, and it is these two processes that are the key to spagyric preparations.
The selected healing plant is broken down into three components—alcoholic extract, distillate (essential oil) and calcinate (minerals). These three active ingredient components are then recombined to form the healing preparation or spagyric, which contains a balanced ratio of the organic and inorganic components of the medicinal plant in a highly concentrated form.
Why spagyric medicines?
The methodology used in spagyric therapy has both a spiritual and material component. Spagyrics does not recognize a duality of energy and matter but regards both as two poles within a single structure.
About Spagyric Medicines
The manufacture of spagyric is the practical implementation of the alchemist spagyric theory: isolation of the three principles inherent in every substance and their reunification in purified form. The plant tincture created in this way contains all the active ingredients of the plant in a concentrated and purified form and is therefore easily assimilated by humans and animals and also highly effective.
These medicines are made in Germany according to spagyric method after Krauss well described in German homeopathic pharmacopoeia (GHP).