We are so glad you made it here! The world of Spagyria and its magic will be introduced in some bite-size chunks through the following media below.
We sincerely hope you take the time to learn a little bit about Spagyria because it is both our past
and will deeply inform the medicine of the future.
Spagyria is a form of Western Pharmacopoeia that originated in the early 1500's through a brilliant dude named Paracelsus. Never heard of him? Don't worry, many haven't. Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Bombastus von Hohenheim, otherwise known as Paracelsus, was a physician, alchemist, lay theologian, and philosopher of the German Renaissance, who created the medicinal path of Alchemy, coining the term: Spagyria.
Spagyria was the first Western Pharmacopoeia we know of that used iatrochemistry, which is the basis of modern Pharmaceutical Medicine today. All modern-day pharmaceuticals & even chemistry itself were born out of Spagyric Technology.
A word to classify the various types of remedial pharmacopoeia within the over-arching methodology of Spagyria. For example we have: Spagyric Elixirs, Spagyric Essences, Spagyric Tinctures, Spagyric Clyssi, Spagyric Stones, and SO much more. It is ALWAYS important to specify WHAT type of a spagyric you are talking about. Many people assume Spagyrics simply means = Standard Spagyric Tincture, when it could actually be referring to any of the 50+ items of pharmacopoeia within Spagyria.
Alchemy is a pre-requisite for Spagyria.
Spagyria is the REMEDIAL application of Alchemy.
There are many pathways to work with Alchemy, perhaps the most [in]famous being the industrial/mineral pathway; turning lead into gold. Yet you can apply the same Alchemical process of transformation to work with herbal, mineral, and animal materials for medicine and in doing so, you have essentially stumbled upon the magical world of Spagyria. So by that token, anything made Alchemically that has remedial virtue is included in the Pharmacopoeia of Spagyric Medicine.
What causes Spagyria and Alchemy to differ is purely the attitude and approach of the Work: Spagyria produces substances purely for their Remedial or Medicinal values, whereas Alchemy is an initiatic practice of Stewardship and Mastery of Nature.
Listen to this 30 minute Alchemi-Culture podcast where Phoenix talks about the difference and similarities between Alchemy and Spagyria to learn more.
The item we have the most of in our apothecary are Standard Spagyric Tinctures. These nifty potions are essentially a MUCH more potent version of its herbal tincture counterpart. What makes Spagyric Tinctures unique are the "plant salts" that get added back into the tincture base in order to create a natural iatrochemical reaction between the potassium carbonate in the "salt" and the organic acids in the tincture. This enables the spagyric tincture to contain unique plant esters and provide potassium-based electrolytes that are far different and more potent than standard herbal medicine, creating longer term effects with very few drops.
Each various item of Spagyric Pharmacopoeia works on various aspects of the multi-dimensional human. For example, Spagyric Essences work primarily with the Etheric Body and Astral Bodies, while Spagyric Tinctures and Elixirs work primarily with the Physical Body.
How do you take a Spagyric Product?
Watch this video on the left as Phoenix describes how to take Spagyric Tinctures (and Essences, Elixirs, etc.) This video describes how to take our products with our previous dropper top option before we updated our packaging in October 2021. While you can still purchase a dropper top as an additional add on for your products, all Spagyrics come with a standard spray top. 1 spray equals 3 of our previous drops.
HERE IS A BRIEF, AND WE MEAN BRIEF , OVERVIEW OF HOW TO MAKE A SPAGYRIC TINCTURE ⇩
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