Why I Study Gemmotherapy: Dana Campaen

September 20, 2019

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by Dana Campaen

A few years ago, my homeopath doctor gave me some “drops” when I had some health problems. And it worked like a miracle. I live in Cluj-Napoca, a beautiful town in Transylvania where Gemmos are produced at a very high level. My primary healthcare training is as an M.D. I have been working as a pediatrician for more than 20 years, and as a homeopath the last 8 years.

After that experience, I started to participate in some Gemmotherapy meetings and found it very interesting. The plant stem cell within Gemmotherapy extracts can resolve symptoms in babies or adults, without doing any harm. Gemmotherapy can restore our health, working from the inside out.

I am using Gemmotherapy in my daily practice for children and adults. My patients are babies and children, or adults who are looking for a different way of healing. This year, during Lauren’s stay in Cluj-Napoca, we organized a first Gemmo Moms meeting Together with a dear friend of mine and health coach, Dumitrita Marginean, we intend to start the first Gemmo Moms group in Romania, to share our experience and to train moms how to use Gemmo extracts to restore immunity in their children or cure some acute conditions.

I still have more to discover about the power of Gemmotherapy. Recently, I have become fascinated by Gemmo extracts given in very small micro-doses, which can restore the entire body. Lauren and her webinars have given me a lot of information about this new strategy. I would like to learn more about how to use Gemmotherapy in cases like autism and behavior disorders in children, or in autoimmune diseases.

I am absolutely sure that Gemmotherapy will live forever. My belief is that in the future we will have much more information about Gemmo extracts, and we will be able to do more for our patients to be happy and healthy. If you’re interested in Gemmotherapy, my advice is to trust the practice and use it first whenever possible. It is a harmless medicine, and everyone can discover its power in restoring health. If you want to take care of your help, take Gemmo extracts!

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