~Synergy Formulas has been in business since 1994 offering the finest in homeopathics and botanicals~       

 

What makes our homeopathic and botanical formulas unique is a Spagyric  process   which is a name given to the production of herbal medicines using alchemical procedures. These procedures involve fermentation, distillation and the extraction of mineral components from the ash of the plant. Spagyric most commonly refers to a plant tincture to which has also been added the ash of the calcined plant. The original rationale behind these special herbal tinctures seems to have been that an extract using alcohol could not be expected to contain all the medicinal properties from a living plant, and so the ash or mineral component (as a result of the calcination process) of the calcined plant was prepared separately and then added back to 'augment' (increase) the alcoholic tincture.   

 

Synergy Formula’s Inc. supplies a number of  different types of

botanical, and complex homeopathic remedies. These remedies

are listed as follows in various categories:

 

• Botanical Compositions, Combo’s, and Single Botanicals, designed to cleanse various areas

of  the body in a more gentle fashion, without the immediate release of  cellular toxins. Detoxifiers:

homeopathic nosodes for cellular detoxification.

Sarcode Tinctures, help supply stimulation to the various endocrine glands, and  organs of  the

body to improve their function... they also supply gentle drainage of  the gland or organ.

Homeopathic Compositions, designed for complex health problems.

Homeopathic Phenolics, for homeopathic management of  food, and chemical sensitivity.

Homeopathic Tonics: Remedies with nutritive actions.

High Potency Homeopathic Remedies, for removal of  pathological cellular memories.

FlowerRemedies, designed to help the body deal with  emotional issues.

 • Oligo Elements, highly diluted colloidal trace elements for reactivation of  blocked enzymes. 

 

 

 expected to contain all the medicinal properties from a living plant, and so the ash or mineral component (as a result of the calcination process) of the calcined plant was prepared separately and then added back to 'augment' (increase) the alcoholic tincture.  expected to contain all the medicinal properties from a living plant, and so the ash or mineral component (as a result of the calcination process) of the calcined plant was prepared separately and then added back to 'augment' (increase) the alcoholic tincture.   

 

 

expected to contain all the medicinal properties from a living plant, and so the ash or mineral component (as a result of the calcination process) of the calcined plant was prepared separately and then added back to 'augment' (increase) the alcoholic tincture.  Spagyric most commonly refers to a plant tincture to which has also been added the ash of the calcined plant. The original rationale behind these special herbal tinctures seems to have been that an extract using alcohol could not be  Spagyric most commonly refers to a plant tincture to which has also been added the ash of the calcined plant. The original rationale behind these special herbal tinctures seems to have been that an extract using alcohol could not be expected to contain all the medicinal properties from a living plant, and so the ash or mineral component (as a result of the calcination process) of the calcined plant was prepared separately and then added back to 'augment' (increase) the alcoholic tincture. Spagyric most commonly refers to a plant tincture to which has also been added the ash of the calcined plant. The original rationale behind these special herbal tinctures seems to have been that an extract using alcohol could not be expected to contain all the medicinal properties from a living plant, and so the ash or mineral component (as a result of the calcination process) of the calcined plant was prepared separately and then added back to 'augment' (increase) the alcoholic tincture. Spagyric most commonly refers to a plant tincture to which has also been added the ash of the calcined plant. The original rationale behind these special herbal tinctures seems to have been that an extract using alcohol could not be expected to contain all the medicinal properties from a living plant, and so the ash or mineral component (as a result of the calcination process) of the calcined plant was prepared separately and then added back to 'augment' (increase) the alcoholic tincture. Spagyric most commonly refers to a plant tincture to which has also been added the ash of the calcined plant. The original rationale behind these special herbal tinctures seems to have been that an extract using alcohol could not be expected to contain all the medicinal properties from a living plant, and so the ash or mineral component (as a result of the calcination process) of the calcined plant was prepared separately and then added back to 'augment' (increase) the alcoholic tincture. Spagyric most commonly refers to a plant tincture to which has also been added the ash of the calcined plant. The original rationale behind these special herbal tinctures seems to have been that an extract using alcohol could not be expected to contain all the medicinal properties from a living plant, and so the ash or mineral component (as a result of the calcination process) of the calcined plant was prepared separately and then added back to 'augment' (increase) the alcoholic tincture.  

 

 

 

 

 Synergy Formulas     251 West Rd.     Campobello.SC     29322     Telephone #1-864-472-3283  synergyformulas@aol.com 

“These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.”