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Explanation: Gemmotherapy is a drainage system developed in Europe over 30 years ago. Preliminary research on using plant buds therapeutically was started by Dr. Pol Henry of Belgium in the 1950s. Max Tetau, MD, after extensive clinical research on immature plant materials, introduced the therapeutic technique known as Gemmotherapy in 1971. The buds or young shoots of the immature plants are macerated and extracted with glycerin for 21 days then made into a1X potency. These extracts are high in growth factors, which contain the phyto-hormones, auxins and gibberellins. These active ingredients are presents in the buds, but begin to disappear as the plant matures. Auxins have a fetal hormonal action, which is found only in the buds of plants. Gibberellins stimulate RNA and protein synthesis. They are also only present in the buds and not in the whole plant. Researchers have found that by utilizing this process releases the greatest amount of healing potential from the plants.
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