Emma Dalton

Complementary Therapist

BSc (Hons), LCPH, RSHom, MNIMH

Therapies | Biopuncture

What is Biopuncture?

Biopuncture is a therapy whereby specific locations are injected with biological products. The majority of the products are derived from plants. Most of these injections are given into the skin or into muscles.

On the continent this is known as Homotoxicology Mesotherapy and has been widely practiced by European Homeopaths for many years. It involves Homeopathic remedies being injected directly into the injured body parts e.g. knees, shoulders, back.

What kinds of products are being injected?

Products commonly used in Biopuncture are, for example, arnica, echinacea, nux vomica and chamomile. Injections with antiflogistics, hyaluronic acid, blood platelets, blood, procaine, ozon, cortisone or vitamin B are not considered as Biopuncture.

Are these products safe for me?

Yes, because the ampoules do not contain high concentrations of active substances. They usually contain diluted products. As a result, toxic side effects are very unlikely. Additionally, the ampoules used in Biopuncture are manufactured by companies that guarantee the production quality of their products. Most of the ampoules used for injection are made in Germany and are held to very strict quality control regulations.

Experience

Emma is one of only a few qualified practioners in the UK. She trained in London and continues to develop her knowledge and experience.

The remedies used are by Heel and Guna: www.heel.com and gunainternational.com/low-dose-medicines
More information about the principles can be found here: www.iah-online.com/cms/iwebs/default.aspx