Endobiogénie is probably not a word you have heard of before.
A decade and a half ago we moved to southeast Idaho where we had the pleasure of meeting Annette and Eric Davis. In 1972 Annette’s grandmother, Annmarie Buhler, started Time Laboratories, a pioneer in the natural products industry.
According to the Time Labs website, “Mrs. Buhler is an innovative and highly respected formulator who brings her knowledge and expertise in the natural products industry from Switzerland to the USA. She holds a California State Board of Pharmacy Certificate, and has more than forty years of experience in cosmetic and dietary supplement manufacturing. She was instrumental in the development of the first true time-release process used for vitamins and minerals (thus the name Time Laboratories) and was one of the first to import therapeutic aromatherapy essential oils and functional plant extracts to the USA from Europe.
“Annemarie was the Chairman of the Board of the first American Aromatherapy Association (AATA) founded in 1987. She first brought Dr. Jean Claude Lapraz, a world-renowned pioneer in the field of clinical phytotherapy and aromatherapy, to the USA from France in 1989 to teach seminars to American health professionals. She founded the Phyto-Aromatherapy Institute in 1992, and the Endobiogenic Integrative Medical Center (EIMC) in 2004. Known internationally for her skill and dedication to phyto-aromatherapy, Mrs. Buhler was selected in 1993 as the U.S. delegate to the International Conference for Phytotherapy and Aromatherapy held in Tunisia, Africa.”
I learned Dr. Lapraz would be speaking in Pocatello, Idaho and dragged my physician husband with me. My husband is always open to new ideas and learning, but went that night with the thought that this guy was practicing some kind of “kooky” medicine. When we left his head was spinning, “So, what did you think?” I asked. “This guy was at the very top of my level of medicine.” We’ve been friends with the Davises, her parents and Dr. Lapraz ever since.
We made a job change in 2006 that took us around the world, but we would still consult with Annette whenever we were ill. It is with great pleasure that we landed in the Rio Grande Valley, Texas this past year where my husband is helping to open the Family Practice Residency Program (opening this July) and UTRGV Medical School (opening 2016). The opportunity came for my husband to take a fellowship. Finally he was able to learn all that Dr. Lapraz has to offer in the form of Endoiogénie.
Endobiogénie is all about balance. Being physiologically balanced is like trying to walk on a tightrope. You are usually teetering to one side or the other while trying to stay upright. Most imbalances tend to be minor, but a few are clearly significant. Endobiogénie seeks to restore balance as much as possible, with special emphasis on the more serious imbalances and those imbalances that are thought to be directly contributing to your symptoms or disease. Often, in correcting the major imbalances, the minor imbalances will be able to correct themselves.
Blood work is evaluated not based on high, low or normal range, but rather, how the levels relate to each other. We have seen miracles, by today’s standards, in medicine.
We had the pleasure of meeting Carol Silverander, diagnosed with breast cancer in 2000 that metastasized to her liver. She lived with stage 4 cancer for 8 years. She lived an amazing “normal” life with cancer because of Endobiogénie and the work of Dr. Lapraz and Time Labs.
If you are tired of traditional medicine and want to take a journey on a more natural path to healing consider Endobiogénie. Essential Anew is proud to carry Time Labs products.
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