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"Every patient teaches you something new and important."

Diana Mossop

Is Phytobiophysics® The Mossop Philosophy Homeopathy?

No.  Homeopathy is a stimulating therapy of like curing like..  A toxic substance is diluted from six to hundreds of times, and administered to a patient to create a negative effect, thereby stimulating the body's healing mechanism.   Homeopathy was invented some 300 years ago by Hahneman and was ideally suited to the health challenges of the day.  However, we find that the spiritual and emotional challenges of today are much more complex than they were in the past. Many of our practitioners are Homeopaths and use the Phytobiophysics® formulas to heal their patients on the spiritual and emotional levels to enable the patient to respond more efficiently to the Homeopathic remedies.

The PHYTOBIOPHYSICS® Formulas use the LIVING vibration of plants captured as a memory in water, then amplified as opposed to homeopathy that dilutes.  Each formula combines thousands of plant essences vibrating together to produce a specific frequency i.e.: like an orchestra with thousands of instruments all playing the same note.  We then turn up the volume amplify which enables the energy to penetrate deeper into the cell by amplifying the vibrational charge of the living essences.  The secret is the capturing of the LIVING essence of the plant. 

The PHYTOBIOPHYSICS® Formulas use the living energy of plants to restore balance and harmony to the body.  They do not stimulate.  Instead, they restore the body's innate harmony - from abnormal to normal from dis-ease to ease, by balancing the body's electrical systems. 

The formulas work in a similar way to switching on a light switch.  The practitioner looks for the electrical fault, and then corrects it.  The Phytobiophysics® Mossop Philosophy is energetic therapy in its most pure form.


  • Non addictive
  • Non Harmful
  • Non-invasive
Diana Mossop was commissioned as an Officer in the WRAC in 1966 and served mostly in the Far East where by the age of just 24 she was promoted to Captain and was appointed as Commanding Officer of the WRAC in Hong Kong.