“ May what you eat be your first medicine” (Hippocrates)
Phytotherapy and natural medicines are in fashion! This is justified by people now recognising their efficiency, and by more and more of the public turning to a global, natural and harmonious concept of living beings.
We call them “ soft medicines” although they are sometimes powerful, or “alternative medicines” though they are all on a par with them all in the interest of the recipient organism.
In our opinion, all “ medicines” are complementary, and it is not for us to question existing official medicine.
However, one can often criticise its certain dogmatic reserve and a rather mechanical vision of the living. Particularly, it often fails to consider the background, or the particular features of each individual, whether they may be congenital or acquired through life traumas.
Our aim is therefore to help the group of animals for which our specialities are prepared, in order to regain their balance and harmony, therefore contributing to their wellbeing : our preparations are food supplements and not medicines. As Hippocrates says, “ the border between medicine and food is not precise, there is an imperceptible passage from one to the other”.
Our principals of action are therefore based on three points :
- • Humility when considering the richness and complexity of the world in general and the living in particular.
- •Curiosity and eagerness to learn in order to research new ways.
- • The respect of Nature. As Socrates said, “If you want to dominate nature, start by obeying it !”
This is the philosophy has allowed us to put together very successful, original and efficient specialities.