Laboratoires Gilbert has developed a full range of homeopathic medicines to treat daily ailments.
Plant -based raw materials from a park in the Southern Cevennes11, that has been left uncultivated for 80 years and free of pollution from pesticides, fertilizers and heavy metals.
Irrigation water from natural sources that are free of chemical residues.
Plants grown in a biotope tailored to the needs of each plant, while taking into account the soil type, the exposure to the sun and the level of humidity.
Manual collection at a time when the plants, whose water content is at the ideal percentage, release the maximum amount of active ingredients.
Plants are transformed into mother tincture on site. This prevents oxidation cost by lost time in transportation and processing.
The production of mother tinctures is carried out according to traditional homeopathic methods.
Mother tinctures are protected from air and light at a controlled temperature.
Drying by natural ventilation for dry plants used in the composition of our formulas, in order to preserve the properties of plants.
Lactose -free granules to avoid the risk of intolerance.
Combination of plants that act on symptoms, their causes and their consequences.
Strains are added in low dilutions to trigger homeopathic drainage. Specific individual terrains are not taken into account.
The manufacturing process is validated complies with traditional homeopathic methods .
The parameters are checked at each stage in the manufacturing process.
A medical ncluding homeopathic doctors, pharmacists, toxicologists, researchers and botanists is involved in the development and monitoring of medicines.Subject to availability and except for wild or non-endemic plants
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4 Gasnier C, et al. Defined plant extracts can protect human cells against combined xenobiotic effects.
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5 Gasnier C, et al. Dig1 protects against cell death provoked by glyphosate-based herbicides in human liver cell lines.J Occup Med Toxicol. 2010 Oct 27;5:29. doi: 10.1186/1745-6673-5-29.
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