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Gemmotherapy products are made from buds and young shoots from trees and shrubs to make concentrated extracts.  Gemmotherapy has been called Plant Stem Cell Therapy because of its focus on the embryonic tissue of plants. These are freshly picked and prepared to ensure maximum vitality, action and effectiveness. The buds are composed primarily of developing tissue and, thus, possess all the properties and energy of the adult plant. They also contain many active substances which are no longer present once the plant is fully developed.

There are a number of therapies that have been used for the last thirty-five to two-hundred years that follow some homeopathic principles and are powerful adjuncts to classical homeopathic prescribing. Hahnemann utilized isotherapy which uses the dilutions of the blood or urine of the patient. Hering developed nosode therapy which incorporated diseased tissues, and Conan created diluted and dynamized organotherapy, which is the administration of healthy organs, glands or tissues from animals to rectify the analog organs, glands or tissues in the human patient.

Gemmotherapy is a branch of phytotherapy (more specifically embryophytotherapy) which was discovered by Henri Pol Bruxele and colleagues in 1965. This was further detailed and developed into a clinical application by Max Tetau, MD.

Gemmotherapy employs glycerine macerates of fresh buds and other vegetative tissues in the growing stage. Dechelating lithotherapy uses dilutions of minerals and rocks to help liberate oligoelements (trace elements) so that the latter can be more efficiently utilized by the body. Oligotherapy utilizes metalloid homeopathic dilutions of trace elements to improve enzyme function and is commonly used with the other therapies mentioned.