By alchemy we basically mean natural treatment methods that are as old as the world itself. Particularly famous alchemists were Hippocrates (400 BC) and Paracelsus (15th century), both of whom studied medicine and plant extracts, successfully used them and conveyed their knowledge to us in scrolls. In addition to his work as an alchemist, Paracelsus was also one of the most important natural medicine practitioners of our time.

Alchemy is an essential refinement of natural plant arts, as not only is the plant prepared in alcohol, but mineral matter and trace elements are obtained from the plant by means of another special process.

Plant and mineral substances produced by this method are separated by the help of alchemist techniques. These substances are then mixed back together to form a new "unity" in an esoteric sense.

There’s a good reason for the saying: "For every illness, there’s an herb" – we now know of more than 500 different herbs from home and abroad.