St Mary s Thistle - Silybum marianum
Documented as being useful to support detoxification, inflammation, liver, spleen, gallstones & jaundice, as an antioxidant.
What s a spagyric?
A spagyric is a concentrated liquid herbal product that contains the essential oils, tincture and mineral salts of a plant, as well as the vital essence.
Why choose spagyrics over other herbal preparations?
There are many ways to prepare a herb or plant to receive its benefits, however spagyrics are unique in the way they make the whole plant available - the tria prima (sulfur [essential oil/soul], mercury [alcohol/spirit], and salt [minerals salts/body]) are preserved in perfect balance in the final product. Advanced laboratory processes are utilised to preserve delicate phytochemicals and enzymes. Energetic signatures and balanced ratios of essential elements are present, resulting in a gentle and natural product containing both the physical structure of the plant and its enhanced energetic healing properties.
Are they natural?
Our spagyrics are made using organic or wildcrafted herbs wherever possible, with no isolated chemicals or additives of any kind.
Where are they made?
All products are made in Australia by a qualified alchemist. The finest quality herbs are sourced from growers both locally & internationally to ensure the highest efficacy of the
The great thing about spagyrics is the fact that the amount needed is only a fraction of common herbal tinctures.
Adults 5 drops
0-3 1 drop
3-5 2 drops
5-8 3 drops
8-12 4 drops
Can be taken up to 3 times a day. Some formulas indicate up to 10 drops once per day.
How long will it last?
Spagyrics are great value, one bottle will last about a month at the minimum usage of 5 drops per day. There are approximately 150 drops per bottle.
Once opened, store in a cool place away from direct sunlight with the lid tight.
How are they made?
The process begins with raw herbs. Using alchemical processes these herbs are separated into their three essential components: the body, soul & spirit of the plant (the tria prima).
Sulfur - Essential oil - Soul
Salt - Mineral Salts - Body
Mercury - Tincture - Spirit
After purification, these three elements are recombined to form the spagyric.
The careful and slow cold extractions, long maceration processes, energy healing and awareness during manufacture ensure the lengthy process captures the active substances and healing potential of the plant.
The spagyric technique was perfected by Paracelcus (Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim), a revolutionary physician & alchemist in the 15th century. He had a strong personality, and disapproved of the accepted practices of medicine at the time. Instead he adopted the hermetic philosophy of acheiving health through the harmony of man (microcosm) and Nature (macrocosm).