- Philippus Theophrastus Aureolus Bombastus von Hohenheim, referred to as Paracelsus (1493 - 1541) physician, natural philosopher and alchemist
- To seperate and re-combine
- The three pronciples of plant's livehood constitute the basis of spagyrics: organic and mineral chemistry, and various levels of energy.
- Spagyrics was developed out of medieval alchemy, which contains a mixture of elements of religious, astrological and natural scientific nature. The medies, referred to as spagyrics, are produced according to medieval alchemical ideas, which form the basic cures .
- The Swiss physician Paracelsus set up the principles for the production of spagyric remedies, which were later further developed by the German physician Carl Friedrich Zimpel.
- Three essential phases are characteristic for the production of spagyric remedies - fermentation, destillation and combustion; resulting in essential oils (aromatic substances), and vegetal minerals and trace elements. Spagyrik essences contain both organic an inorganic materials. The three-phase procedure allows entire use of a plant's energy.
- The remedies may be adopted for physical troubles, mental and emotional problems and for therapy blockades. With these essence mixture, it is possible to compose and prescribe remedies individually.