hidrocolonterapia, hidroterapia de colon, colonterapia , terapia colonica, limpieza colon, limpieza intestinal, irrigacion colonica,  intestino grueso, delgado, sobrecarga toxica, autointoxicacion, higiene, estreñimiento, diarrea cronica, gastritis, colon
Phytotherapy     is    the    science    of    using    herbal    products    as    nutritional    supplementation.    It    therefore    covers everything   from   plants   with   powerful   actions   to   those   with   very   gentle   action,   such   as   chamomile,   mint,   and   many others.    The    term    "Phytotherapy"    was    introduced    by    the    French    physician    Henri    Leclerc    (1870-1955).    He    had published    numerous    essays    on    the    use    of    plants    and    he    summed    up    his    lifetime    experience    in    Precis    de Phytotherapie, a concise work that has since become a classic. Herbs   have   come   a   long   way   since   the   days   of   ancient   'herbalism.'   The   study   of   the   use   of   plants   is   now   a   scientific   subject.   Knowledge   of plants   and   their   uses   has   been   recorded   since   Biblical   times.   In   fact,   most   of   today's   pharmaceutical   products   are   synthetic   chemicals which were originally herbal extracts. The term phytotherapy has come to be internationally accepted for herbal nutrition being clear and unmistakable. Phytochemists,   pharmacists   and   pharmacologists   are   trained   to   consider   the   properties   and   actions   of   isolated   medicinal   principles traditionally    referred    to    as    'pharmaca.'    It    was    logical    for    them    to    refer    to    a    plant    constituent    as    a    phytopharmacon.    The    terms 'phytotherapeutic agent' and 'phytopharmacon' therefore mean the same, simply taking another point of view. It   must   also   be   stressed   that   phytotherapy   is   not   homeopathy    .   Homeopathy   makes   use   of   plant   materials   in   fundamentally   different ways   from   those   of   phytotherapy.   The   latter   has   taken   some   ideas   from   homeopathy,   particularly   since   that   discipline   has   traditionally made use of a whole number of plants which are not generally in medical use.     References Vanaclocha, B.; Cañigueral, S. 2003. Fitoterapia: vademécum de prescripción. Elsevier España Berdonces, JL. 1998. Gran enciclopedia de las plantas medicinales: el Dioscórides del tercer milenio. Tikal Ediciones Castillo, E.; Martínez, I. 2007. Manual de fitoterapia. Elsevier Doyma. Pío Font Quer. 2002. Dioscórides renovado. Editorial Labor. Leclerc, H. 1973. Précis de Phytothérapie: essai de therapeutique par les plantes francaises - 5e ed.2e tirage. Masson   If you would like additional information regarding our services or  to request an appointment, you can contact us by phone  (952 80 53 68) or by email .
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Phytotherapy     is    the    science    of    using    herbal products      as      nutritional      supplementation.      It therefore     covers     everything     from     plants     with powerful   actions   to   those   with   very   gentle   action, such   as   chamomile,   mint,   and   many   others.   The term   "Phytotherapy"   was   introduced   by   the   French   physician   Henri Leclerc   (1870-1955).   He   had   published   numerous   essays   on   the   use of   plants   and   he   summed   up   his   lifetime   experience   in   Precis   de Phytotherapie, a concise work that has since become a classic. Herbs   have   come   a   long   way   since   the   days   of   ancient   'herbalism.' The    study    of    the    use    of    plants    is    now    a    scientific    subject. Knowledge    of    plants    and    their    uses    has    been    recorded    since Biblical   times.   In   fact,   most   of   today's   pharmaceutical   products   are synthetic chemicals which were originally herbal extracts. The   term   phytotherapy   has   come   to   be   internationally   accepted   for herbal nutrition being clear and unmistakable. Phytochemists,    pharmacists    and    pharmacologists    are    trained    to consider   the   properties   and   actions   of   isolated   medicinal   principles traditionally   referred   to   as   'pharmaca.'   It   was   logical   for   them   to refer    to    a    plant    constituent    as    a    phytopharmacon.    The    terms 'phytotherapeutic    agent'    and    'phytopharmacon'    therefore    mean the same, simply taking another point of view. It   must   also   be   stressed   that   phytotherapy   is   not   homeopathy    . Homeopathy    makes    use    of    plant    materials    in    fundamentally different   ways   from   those   of   phytotherapy.   The   latter   has   taken some   ideas   from   homeopathy,   particularly   since   that   discipline   has traditionally   made   use   of   a   whole   number   of   plants   which   are   not generally in medical use. References Vanaclocha,   B.;   Cañigueral,   S.   2003.   Fitoterapia:   vademécum de prescripción. Elsevier España Berdonces,     JL.     1998.     Gran     enciclopedia     de     las     plantas medicinales: el Dioscórides del tercer milenio. Tikal Ediciones Castillo,   E.;   Martínez,   I.   2007.   Manual   de   fitoterapia.   Elsevier Doyma. Pío Font Quer. 2002. Dioscórides renovado. Editorial Labor. Leclerc,      H.      1973.      Précis      de      Phytothérapie:      essai      de therapeutique par les plantes francaises - 5e ed.2e tirage. Masson   If   you   would   like   additional   information   regarding   our   services or  to request an appointment, you can contact us by phone  (952 80 53 68) or by email .
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