Dr. Vape Homeopathic E-Liquids
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Vaporized Botanical Medicines
Introducing Homeopathic E-Liquids
– FDA Materia Medica Certified Homeopathic Liquid Formulas
– USP Nicotine Free and Propylene Glycol Free
– Flavorless – (Flavor of Choice can be added to the Oil)
– Vegetable Glycerin Base
– HPUS (Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States) Monographed Ingredients
– NDC (National Drug Codes) Number Registered Products
– Physician Formulated for Numerous Medical Conditions
What is Homeopathy?
Homeopathy is the art and science of healing the sick by using substances capable of causing the same symptoms, syndromes and conditions when administered to healthy people.
Any substance may be considered a homeopathic medicine if it has known “homeopathic provings” and/or known effects which mimic the symptoms, syndromes or conditions which it is administered to treat, and is manufactured according to the specifications of the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States (HPUS). Official homeopathic drugs are those that have been monographed and accepted for inclusion in the HPUS.
Central to all homeopathy is the determination of the effect of substances on healthy volunteers and the use of the developed “drug picture” by the consumer and/or trained health care practitioners according to the homeopathic principle of similia similibus curentur – Let likes be cured by Likes.
Historically, homeopathy has been practiced by medical doctors and has been used for self-care by the general public. The issuance of The Homeopathic Domestic Physician by Constantine Hering, M.D., (1835) opened this health care modality to the public. Homeopathy is an ideal therapeutic medium for self-medication of symptoms usually associated with self-limiting conditions since the selection of the proper remedy for the case is dependent on the symptoms that the body exhibits in its reaction to the illness. In the use of homeopathy for conditions which are other than self-limiting, the consumer is advised to use the services of a health care provider.
Atomized Botanicals as Medicine
The use of plants as medicine has been and continues to be employed by cultures throughout the world in the treatment of numerous physical and psychological conditions and symptoms. It is estimated that 80% of the world’s population use plants as medicine. The most common routes of administration of these botanical compounds are oral, topical, spray, vapor and smoke, and they come in a variety of forms: concoctions, salves, lotions, ointments, pills, tablets, powders, waxes and liquids. Vaporization is a safe option for the administration of botanical extracts, essential oils and homeopathic remedies. The two main components of any vaporizer are: 1) a heating element (with or without a temperature or voltage control feature), 2) a chamber to hold the botanical compound.
Homeopathic remedies are even better as vapor medicines than botanicals or essential oils because they are energetic remedies that have gone through extensive extraction and preparation leaving only the essence or vibrational imprint of the original source material. This energetic or vibrational signature is rapidly taken into the body through vaporization and is quickly integrated into the brain’s “hard drive” for use in the healing process.
A spray, fine mist or vapor is considered to still be a liquid because the only difference between a flowing liquid and a mist or vaporized liquid is the particle size. Mist or vapor liquids have much smaller particle size than flowing liquids. Therefore, a homeopathic liquid, even if it is in the form of a mist or a vapor, is still just a liquid but in an atomized state. Vapor is produced at lower temperatures than it takes to burn the plant material, and as a result no toxic chemicals are produced. Minimal throat irritation or burning occurs because the vapor or fine mist is free of irritating combustion byproducts. In addition, vaporization significantly improves the uptake and absorption of the bioactive materials and ingredients because the compounds enter the body through the mucus membranes of the mouth, throat and lungs, which bypass the digestive acids of the stomach and intestinal tract, and go directly into the blood stream.
The mucus membrane of the upper and lower respiratory tract have an even more refined uptake system than the digestive tract because the molecular size of oxygen is exponentially smaller than the molecular or ionic size of nutrient compounds, even after they have been “Digested” by the body. In other words, the mucus membranes of the mouth, throat and lungs are designed as a nanoscopic system for absorption, whereas, the intestines are more of a microscopic absorptive pathway. The digestive system uses chemical reactions to digest the food particles into smaller sub-pieces to aid assimilation, whereas, the vaporization process uses heat to create its sub-particles. If the chemical reactions in the digestive tract were converted into a heat equivalent and compared to the heat equivalents generated through the vapor process, it would be determined that the amount of heat or fire created through digestion would be orders of magnitude smaller than the heat generated during the vaporization process. rate. Simply call your design consultant for details.