Are never adulterated, 100% pure embryonic plant extracts. Available in a 1:10 to 1:20 concentration, sizes are 15 ml, 50 ml and 250 ml. Concentration and size are dependent on the plant species.

PSC® embryonic plant extracts are bottled exclusively in a brown glass bottle to protect them from light and are capped with a threaded organic, 100% rubber/latex dropper to ensure the correct dosage every time and to eliminate leakage. For additional safety, the neck of each bottle is wrapped in a perforated, non-leaching, BPA free plastic to ensure that every bottle you purchase is safety sealed. Each bottle has a shelf life of five years with an allocated lot number and an expiration date.

Since no singular embryonic plant extract (EPE) is a panacea cure-all for everything, it will require to take more than one extract…which can lead to unnecessarily spending hundreds of dollars on inferior products. At PSC® Distribution LLC, we truly believe that our products can provide you with both superior quality and performance products at an affordable price. To meet all of your nutritional and pharmacological needs.


The Pharmacological Determination of Appropriate Doses from Medicinal Embryonic Phytotherapy (MEP™)

How many drops are in a liquid embryonic plant extract (EPE)?
The number of drops in EPE will vary greatly depending on its viscosity (thickness) and molecular weight, making it impossible to know with 100% certainty the number of drops in a bottle. Complicating matters further are the potential inconsistencies from person to person in terms of the amounts dispensed in “one squeeze” – some people pressing harder on the dropper, thereby dispensing two drops when intending to dispense only one. For these reasons, it is absolutely critical that you take time explaining this to your patients or clients the importance of being as precise as possible.

For example, let’s look at the embryonic plant extract of Ash:

• 15ml (or .5 ounces) provides approximately 600 drops.

• 50ml (or 1.69 ounces) provides approximately 2,000 drops.

• 1 dropperful (which is considered one squeeze of the rubber toper of MEM) = 1 Milliliter, so a 50ml bottle represents about 50 drops (gtts) for gutta.

“Of course this largely depends on the plant species and its phytochemical constituents – clearly, it is close to impossible to offer an across-the-board absolute number.

Lower percentage amounts of alcohol extraction by other manufacturers will contain smaller amounts of active phytochemicals and fewer phytohormones, resins, pigments, etc., and will therefore be of a quality inferior product to that of a higher alcohol extraction. Liquid EPE are more efficient by being more bioavailable ensuring nutritional and pharmacological superiority. You need to SIP taking these extracts since the hydrochloric acid (HCL) of the stomach will destroys some of their beneficial enzymes. Best taken sublingually over a period of 5 minutes.

Alcohol based liquid EPE are much easier for the body to absorb and assimilate than dried herb capsules and tablets, which are made from dry raw crude plant material and must be metabolized by the body before the plant’s nutritional or pharmacological constituents can be absorbed into the bloodstream. Since many plants are very woody (fibrous), bioconversion and absorption are unlikely to be sufficiently metabolize unless extracted with 60% alcohol.

How long ahead of time can we pre-mixed custom made Biotherapeutic program?
Especially since, contrary to our existing OTC products line for which we have had plenty of time to study and learn about problems with instability or precipitation, custom-made individual programs simply cannot be universally studied due to the prohibitive cost involved. So please remind your patients about:

• The procedure of gently tapping the bottom of each bottle before pre-mixing their daily custom made program and placing them into a blank brown bottle.

• The importance of never pre-mixing too many days ahead of time with a custom made Biotherapeutic. Contrary to our existing VES™ complexes, which have been studied for their shelf life bioactivity. It is perfectly fine to premix your EPE the night before or the morning of the day they are to be consumed. But never pre-mix too many days in advanced since it could cause precipitation or reduce their effectiveness.


The proven superiority of EPE over adult plant extracts (APE) is well-known, clearly established, and linked to their respective phytochemical constituents. Adult plants have had the time to interact with the environment. They have been found to be tainted with various pollutants such as toxic metals, pesticides and insecticides, even GMO, whereas EPE are not polluted as they have not yet interacted with the environment. APE contain inconsistencies in phytochemical concentration from batch to batch, whereas EPE contain the same amounts (within 5% variance) of active nutritional and pharmacological constituents. This has been shown by reproducible HPLC liquid and gas chromatography analysis studies conducted by PSC, Forza Vitale and several independent laboratories.

As a general rule of thumb, EPE require only 1/3 the amount of APE. In fact, not only do EPE contain all the phytochemicals from every part of an adult plant, but they do so in higher concentration amounts as well, which is precisely why EPE have been shown to be more effective in lower dose amounts.

Not always found in EPE are various secondary metabolites that are only produced as part of a plant’s defense mechanism when invaded by predators or pathogens. When a plant matures there is a handful of phytochemicals that are produced which includes several adult phytohormones like that of ethylene (gas hormone) that cause abscission and death the falling of leaves in the fall.

Indeed, these developing phytochemicals and phytohormones, like ethylene, are found only in the adult stage of growth. These absences are inconsequential; because they provide no human health benefits – in fact, they cause accelerated aging, advanced glycation (AGE), and increase oxidative stress in the human body. APE dominate in pro-inflammatory fatty acids composition, whereas EPE dominate in the antiinflammatory omega-3 fatty acids. Can there be any further doubt about the superiority of EPE regenerative health benefits?

APE dosages vary, ranging from 15 to 150 gtts (drops), tid (3 times daily), or qid (four times daily), PRN (as needed), QD (daily).

EPE dosages also vary, ranging from 5 to 30 gtts, tid, qid, PRN, QD, with the exception of Betulinic acid concentrate and Silver Birch saps, both of which require 50-150 gtts, tid, PRN QD and never qid.

Infants < 20 lbs. require about one-third of the adult dosages, and children under 80 pounds require one-half of the adult dosages.

1:10 or the equivalent of classic mother tincture (MT), is 10% concentration of a crude extract, without all the debris that only adds stress in the body. Furthermore, mother tinctures have proven to possess better osmosis and bioavailability. The double concentrated EPE, when in need of a higher dosage, are more economical and require fewer drops than the single concentrated extract (1:20, or half of a classical mother tincture 5% concentration).

Posology is also very important in terms of increasing and decreasing dosages when adverse side effects are present or when standard dosing produces no response. Some individuals will require very small dose, independent of age, weight, and health status, while others will need large dose because of past drug use (prescription or recreational). Determining the correct dosages is not a matter of luck or guesswork; it requires homework, many hours of studies, diligent charting and note-keeping, and consistent monitoring of laboratory blood work.

1 ppm = 1 milligram (mg) per Liter

Parts-per notation is used, especially in science and engineering, to denote relative proportions in measured quantities, especially in low-value (high-ratio) proportions at parts-per-million (ppm), parts-per-billion (ppb), and parts-per-trillion (ppt) levels. Since parts-per notations are quantity-per-quantity measures, they are known as dimensionless quantities; that is, they are pure numbers with no associated units of measurement. In regular prose, parts-per notations generally take the literal “parts per” meaning of a comparative ratio, although in mathematical expressions, parts-per notations function as coefficients with values less than 1.

Parts-per notation is often used for the measure of dilutions (concentrations) in chemistry (e.g., it is used for measuring the relative abundance of dissolved minerals or pollutants in water). The expression “1 ppm” means a given property exists at a relative proportion as one part per million parts examined, as would occur if a water-borne pollutant was present in a concentration of one-millionth of a gram per gram of sample solution, as shown below:

The conversion ratio into Milligrams Per Dropper (MgPD) can therefore be extrapolated by the following formula: MgPD = PPM / 1000.

Using this formula, to calculate the Milligrams of Calcium per Dropper (MgPD), divide 2500 ppm by 1000 to get 2.5 mg per dropper, or 2500 mcg per dropper (mcg = mg X 1000). Note that this will also be 100% absorbed because the ultramolecular weight is infinitesimal, which is more conducive to osmosis.

While ostensibly this may seem like a small amount of calcium compared to a typical 50 or 100mg calcium carbonate supplement, it is estimated that less than 1% of the calcium extrapolated from a compound form is actually absorbed on the cellular level, and even that small amount is dependent on individual enzymatic functionality not being impaired. In other words, the most that a healthy individual could absorb on the cellular level from a 50 mg calcium carbonate supplement pill is typically .5mg, and these same ratios hold true for every mineral from Boron to Zinc.


Medicinal plant extracts are becoming more popular with patients and practitioners alike. The growing popularity of using herbal extracts has become more than a passing fad – and is slowly becoming integrated into traditional medicine. While we do not particularly approve of using APE to promote the well-being of individuals, we do think it is a step in the right direction.

The efficacy and the growing popularity of EPE are growing more widespread every day. While their potency and effectiveness are becoming common knowledge, what isn’t so clearly understood is their cost-effectiveness. Admittedly, it may not seem clear at first, but here is an example to shine light on the matter.
Let us say someone is taking White Willow. If they were to use the adult extract version, they would need to take 30 drops, 3 times a day, for a total 90 drops per day, which is the recommended dosage. That’s a total of 6300 drops in ten weeks of one extract!

By using the concentrated EPE of White Willow, where the average recommended dose is 3 drops, 3 times a day, during that same 10 week period, this would mean that only 630 drops would be required – literally ten times less!

The following example:

• Retail price of 1, 15 ml PSC extract – $30.

• Retail price of 1 fl (30 ml) oz. adult plant extract – $10.

• Now, let’s break it down to the drop itself.

• EPE – PSC® extracts: 225 drops per 15 ml bottle at $30 = 13.3 cents per drop.

• APE: 550 drops per 30 ml bottle at $10 = 1.81 cents per drop.

• It seems like the APE are more cost effective, right? But, as mentioned before, 10 weeks is the usual time period that is required to take an extract, and this is where the cost effectiveness of the EPE extracts really stands out:

• 630 drops x 13.3 cents = $83.79

• 6300 drops x 1.81 cents = $114.03

• The difference is $30.24 savings with EPE extracts.

In our search for an excellent manufacturer remained elusive until we met with the group Forza Vitale (Vital Force), in Bari Italy. Dr. Joseph Cannillo and Dr. Vito Cannillo, who share the same gold standard of quality, a top manufacturer of these remarkable EPE.

What makes our products so unique and special?
We use only 100% embryonic freshly-picked plant tissue that is organically certified.

How these products are manufactured?
These plants are harvested under the supervision of botanists who identify the correct species. A soil analysis is then conducted prior to harvesting for maximum quality assurance and certified organic. The plants are mainly obtained from the Italian Apennines Mountains and from other European forests. They are collected at peak times (right down to the peak hour of the day). It is important that these plants are collected while still in the precise embryonic stage of growth which contains all of the genetic information from all other parts “totum” (whole) of the future adult plant.

Maceration of EPE is performed as recommended by the French Pharmacopoeia (and subsequently in the European Pharmacopoeia). As soon as possible after being picked, the parts to be used are washed and weighed. A sample is set aside so that the dry weight of the plant material can be determined. This is done by heating it at 105°C in an oven until its weight is not reduced any further.

The rest of the fresh plant material is macerated in an equal quantity of 60% organic grape alcohol and vegetable glycerin to a combined total weight of twenty times the equivalent amount of the fresh sample. The proportion of fresh buds to excipient is about 1:9 ratio, and of young shoots, about 1:4 ratio.

The mixture is left to macerate for 4 weeks in a dark cool, environment and is agitated at intervals. The maceration is never crushed, cut or bruised. It is then decanted and filtered under constant pressure. After standing for forty-eight hours, it is filtered once more. The resulting liquid is known as the souche (or stock). It consists of equal parts of vegetable glycerin and alcohol, and 10-25% plant material, depending on the water content of the specific plant species being used.