By Geoffroy Waroqueaux, General Manager at Sevene
Homeopathic complexes, made with several vegetal substances, are efficient to remove toxins the organism accumulates: quite a useful effect nowadays since we are in contact with many pollutants founded in food, water or air. Several studies prove the efficiency of some association of herbal drug to detox the organism.
In medicinal homeopathic , complexes in low dilutions prepare the body to receive the medicine, the one which correspond to the patient symptoms. How do they act ? They activate the emunctories, organs by witch toxins are eliminated: mostly liver, kidneys, skin, lungs, also pancreas and colon. Once those toxins are eliminated from the body, the treatment becomes more efficient.
Called « drainers », those complexes refer most of time to the vegetal reign: Berberis (Barberry) drains the kidney, Taraxacum (Dendelion) acts on liver, Hamamelis on venous circulation… Haemorrhoids, for example, are the manifestation of metabolism detritus eliminated by the circulatory system (veins which deliver blood to the liver to detoxify); if the liver doesn’t work properly, it cannot « process » the detritus. Therefore, it’s efficient to drain first the liver to cure haemorrhoids symptom.
Synergy of 3 plants to potentiate each one effect
Homeopathic complex drainers are made from several vegetal substances which complete one another and act in synergy; but they are not “pot pourris” made by numerous plants supposed to cover a maximum symptoms or signs ! Tradition teaches that a 3 plants combination is optimum to potentiate its effects with a therapeutic targeted objective. Sevene made this choice for its medicines: for instance Digeodren® gathers dendelion (Taraxacum officinalis), barberry (Berberis vulgaris) and burdock (Lappa major). The 3 substances have been tested separately as well as in complex: synergic effect is probant.
Digeodren® gathers 3 plants which have the property to stimulate the emunctories: dandelion has diuretic and hepatoprotecting benefits; Barberry kidney tropism makes a resource to « clean up » metabolism wastes’ intoxicated organisms; burdock is known traditionally for skin issues and pharmacology demonstrated its antibacterial and hepatoprotecting properties. Digeodren® is a medicine specifically efficient to detox the organism.
Internal and external toxins
There are two kinds of weakening toxins: biological molecules (from metabolism) and foreign molecules, wrong for the organism (xenobiotic). In our inner environment, organisms are severely used, exposed to chemical contaminators, food additives, stress and sedentary lifestyle due to ways of life… All those causes have the consequence to saturate progressively the emunctories, provocating intoxication, even then some functional troubles and to end current chronicle pathologies: diabetes, allergies, cancers…
An essay demonstrates Digeodren® efficiency against cell death caused by Round-up®, the most sold weed killer : the American Agency for Environment Protection reported harmful effects on health due to glyphosate, the active substance of Round-up. (ref 2). In the study we performed, human hepathic cells were exposed to round-up, leading to their extremely fast death. But when they were previously treated with Digeodren for 48h before exposure, the survival rate went up to 89%.
Combination of different active substances shows a synergy of action of its components and its ability to detoxify polluted organisms by recurrent substances in our environment.
For more information
 Developed by Dr. Nebel, Swiss homeopath, under the word « canalisation », e.g orient from elective method the medicine action through organs, tissues and functions to stimulate a toxic elimination. This concept has been sampled by several generations of homeopath, with specifically Drs Rouy, Fortier-Bernoville, L. Renard, R. Allendy, L. Vannier, P. Barbier, A. Coulamy, C. Jousset…
 « Lungs congestion, Respiration rythm acceleration » in short term, « damage to kidneys, reproduction effects » in long term. Glyphosate Health Advisory
 Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology, 2010, 5:29