Erbenobili's spagyria has been reinterpreted based on the most innovative extraction, processing and production techniques, now protected by a patent, which recognizes the innovative method of treating the raw materials from which their products are obtained, entirely made in the factory in Puglia, Italy.

History of Spagyria

The practice of Spagyria dates back to the sixteenth century, when Paracelsus coined this term, which derives from the words spao (to separate) and ageiro (to combine), to indicate preparations based on techniques of "separation", "extraction" and "recombination" of the active ingredients of plants, including the mineral components.


Spagyria, therefore, allows you to take and separate the active principles of plants, to purify them to enhance their individual properties and then to reunite them, through rigorous completely natural procedures and such as to preserve the plants from stress caused by extractors. In this way, very pure mother tinctures are obtained.


Patented Innovation by Erbenobili

Erbenobili's maceration and fermentation processes for the production of mother tinctures provide that the plants or portions of them are immersed in an alcoholic solvent, in a ratio of plant substance to solvent of 1:5. The plant material, together with the solvent and wine, is enclosed in darkened glass containers and stored in a greenhouse at a constant temperature of 37°C for 28 days. After this time, the tincture is decanted and the residue removed, dehydrated and

reduced to ash to recover the inorganic elements. The ash of the calcined substance is then dissolved in the alcoholic solution obtained by maceration. The final spagyric preparation is left to rest for 12 days before its use. I In recent years, however, the use of extractors and solvents has become increasingly widespread, capable of rapidly extracting plant substances, even in 24 hours, thus subjecting the plants to extractive stress.
The Erbenobili greenhouse is equipped with a controlled temperature system capable of maintaining a constant temperature of around 37°C. Here, the demijohns containing the plant and the solvent are placed on the river sand receiving, under controlled humidity and temperature conditions, sunlight and moonlight, adequate heat and humidity, while music, at specific frequencies, accompanies the process. In this way, the extraction phase is carried out gently over the course of 40 days, to guarantee a mother tincture of absolute purity. The extraction solvent used by Erbenobili is red wine associated with ethyl alcohol in wine
that, having a high extraction capacity, is able to increase the bioavailability of plant substances. The wine is, in turn,characterized by a very high content of substances, which contribute to enriching the final extract with further beneficial properties.
Mother tinctures are obtained by maceration and are so defined because they form the basis for the production of numerous preparations and formulations.