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Celgenics Elixir No. 3 for Toning and Firming

What is it?
Celgenics Elixir No.3 is created* from a unique complex of plant remedies that are very similar to a high potency homeopathic remedy (where there are no molecules left of the original substance) or a flower essence such as Rescue Remedy. They are therefore ‘energetic remedies’ that are used to create the elixir.
Each plant remedy has been chosen for its individual contribution to the process of regeneration and repair, for toning and firming. When combined with the other plant vibrational remedies, the whole becomes much greater than the sum of the parts.

The original plants are ecologically grown, organic and have been tested for pollutants such as herbicides, pesticides and heavy metals.

All the plant remedies are combined to give a therapeutic effect for toning and firming, they are therefore ideal for women wanting to firm up the jaw line, improve the appearance of skin on the neck and décolleté and strengthen facial connective tissue.

Key Therapeutic Plants which makes the Elixir work:

Taxus baccata – English Yew

Celts, Greeks and Romans knew about the healing power of the English Yew and considered it a symbol of eternity. American Indian shamans used its needles to ease childbirth. French settlers in the colonies used the needles for baths against rheumatic pains.

Include anti inflammation and purification. It promotes the transportation of enzymes throughout the body and helps with cell membrane integrity.

Energetic Level:
English Yew is the tree of transmutation and transformation. It supports opening of the heart and releases us from sadness.

• Dioscorea villosa – Wild Yam

This plant was named in honour of the Greek doctor Dioscorides (1st Century AD.) Mayas and Aztecs used the roots of Wild Yam against period pains, ovary pains and painful contractions at childbirth. The plant is grown for its action against rheumatic pains and colic, in India it’s advised for rheumatic pains and scorpion bites.

Helps with oedema, menopause symptoms associated with loss of oestrogen which results in change in skin tone and elasticity. Anti oxidant, adrenal support.

Energetic level:
It provides balance in all meanings of the word, it helps us to say what lies in the depth of our heart and promotes communication.

• Smilax – Sarsparilla

Sarsaparilla is a vine, native to the rainforests of Central and South America. It was brought to Europe from the Americas in the mid-sixteenth century where it quickly became popular with physicians and the public.

Anti inflammation, purification, hormonal regulation, it contains saponins which clean and enhance the absorption of other remedies. Good for yellowish and aged skin. Boosts circulation.

Energetic level:
Helps to be at ease with oneself – particularly useful for people who worry how their skin looks.
Helps with purification, hydration and harmonisation.

• Equisetum arvense – Common Horsetail

Horsetail was recommended by the Roman physician Galen for a number of problems including arthritis and inflammation.
Because of its content of silica, this plant is recommended when it is necessary for the body to repair bony tissues. Silica helps to fix calcium, so that the body can store more quantity of this mineral and then use it to repair bones, oollagen and other body tissues. Horsetail can therefore be useful for osteoporosis.

Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. Rich in Silica which re-mineralises and therefore helps the body to repair bones, increase collagen production and supports the regeneration of connective tissue.

Energetic level:
Helps us to have our feet firmly on the ground, helps to manage stress and the multiple demands of modern living.

• Arnica Montana


Arnica montana is an alpine plant, growing in nutrient-poor soil. For centuries arnica montana has been used herbally for bruising and sprains.
Generations of Swiss mountain guides chewed arnica leaves to prevent fatigue induced by climbing. The dried leaves were used as a substitute for tobacco, hence its common name of mountain tobacco. The dried flowers promote sneezing, so it was also known as snuff plant. The root contains essential oils which are powerful anti–inflammatory agents.

Anti inflammatory, remedy for muscles and capillaries, heals trauma, supports lack of oxygen, promotes circulation,

Energetic level:
Helps give strength to overcome life’s ordeals, promotes confidence; helps with tiredness and fatigue.


Skin Type:   Suitable for all skin types

Directions for use:

Skin Activation Technique:
Place a small amount of Moisturiser Plus into the palm of one hand, sprinkle a few drops [3-5] over the cream and blend together with one or two fingers.
Rub palms together
Apply with 2 fingers or use the palms of the hands to pat the cream all over the face followed by light massage movements to facilitate absorption.
Some women need only 1-2 drops to start seeing a change while others need 4 or 5 drops. Some people notice a change after a couple of weeks; others need a good 6-8 weeks so it’s very individual.
Areas that commonly need help with firming and toning are around the eyes, the jaw line and neck.

There are no known contraindications

* The process of creating the plant remedies is known as spagyric where the separation of the plant constituents, their purification and then recombination of the plant constituents, results in an essence or elixir being produced. Spagyric principles are based on the ancient alchemical concepts of transformation.

Alchemy recognises that everything in nature is rhythm, sound, breath, light and vibration; that everything in the universe is constantly in motion, nothing is permanent or fixed; that life on earth works in synchrony with the phases of the moon and to maximise the efficacy of the plants, often the phases of the moon and very precise times of the day for harvesting are observed.