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The history of Arquebuse Water

Arquebuse Water, the “Water of Life” since 1634 by the original recipe…

Through centuries the “Water of Life” was made from flowers and herbs by healing monks for the protection and nourishment of the skin.

Arquebuse Water The order of St. Anton’s was founded by Gaston the lord of Dauphiné, on June 28 1095. Gaston was given the mission to prevent or inhibit the “will-o’-the-wisp of age,” it also was called St. Anthon’s fire. R. P François Goujon lived around 1634 and he was the house chief of the Little St. Anton’s Friary in Paris and the last abbot of St. Anton’s community of faith in Vienna. We can be grateful for him as he archived the recipe of the herbal extracts, which was found in the archives of the community of faith.

For the order of French king Francis I.

Several versions exist about the origin of the recipe described in 1634. The most likely version derives from the beginning of the XVI century. The French king I. Francis commissioned the healing monks to produce a potent plant extract against the damages caused by a firearm called Arquebusade (in other words harquebus or heavy musket). Several monasteries also began to develop a plant extract. The most successful essence was the one produced by the Saint – Antoin monastery in France, which successfully handled gunshot wounds, infected wounds, skin infections, and other skin injuries occurring as a result of the fighting.

The miraculous herbal elixir

In addition, the soldiers were at countless of other risk, like insect bites, sunburn, infestation, footwear-related injuries, nervous exhaustion, depression and the physical symptoms associated with them. Resulting from the lack of personal hygiene soldiers also acquired various physical and mouth infections, throat infections, gum diseases, scalp infections and various unknown skin diseases during the time of fighting. But the elixir helped to heal them successfully.
Arquebuse Water The monks named their “water” from the “medieval musket the Arquebusade”, so the Arquebuse Water was born. The elixir proved to be so effective in recovery from certain skin diseases that in addition to being used to heal wounds, skin infections, various kinds of dermatitis, that people spread the word and began using it for other kinds of skin diseases and for its cosmetic benefits.
So, the recipe written in 1634 can be connected to the monks who lived in Saint-Antoine monastery in Vercors France. The “Water” created from this recipe was manufactured and marketed through centuries as well.
According to archives (based on invoices and letters from 1791,1792), the combination and production method of this recipe written in 1634 was most likely used more than 150 years later in the 1700s, by two Swiss chemists Fabre & Bouet for the production of their Arquebuse Water, which was well known and respected throughout Europe.

Today, this recipe is the property of the Swiss Heavenly Flowers company

This recipe today is the property of Swiss Heavenly Flowers. Protecting, nourishing, rejuvenating and vitalizing the skin for centuries!

Arquebuse Water

The Arquebuse Water® is a cosmetic product which is intended for external use only. It does not contain any chemicals, preservatives, colorings, or synthetic fragrances.

The production of Arquebuse Water Made in Switzerland by 100% hand

Arquebuse Water
The Swiss Heavenly Flowers company is the manufacturer and worldwide distributor of the Arquebuse Water made from 24, 37, and 75 different herbs which is made by 100% hand using the thousands of years of herbal knowledge with the complete preservation of the ancient distillation process.
The herbs are collected in Switzerland, France and in the Carpathian Basin, then transported to the preparatory plant in the Swiss canton of Jura, where they are sorted. These sorted groups are soaked in various degrees of aqueous-alcoholic solution for different durations to extract the valuable active ingredients from herbs.

The maceration

Arquebuse Water The above mentioned process is called maceration (in other words extraction), which lasts for 3-5 weeks from sourcing the Arquebuse Water essences. At the end of the maceration the extract is stripped.
Each distillate has a unique set of features. For the impeccable quality of Arquebuse Water special pure water is needed. The efficiency and impeccable quality of Arquebuse Water is of the utmost importance for the Swiss company; so each phase of the production meticulously managed.
The Heavenly Flowers Company refuses to compromise on anything that could reduce the quality and effectiveness of the product in the slightest way. The Real Arquebuse Water is 100% natural! It does not contain any colorings, preservatives, synthetic flavors or fragrances. Manufacturing is based on the correct administration of the herbal plants described in the original formula.

Natural ingredients only

Arquebuse Water It is important to know that the effect and fragrance of Arquebuse Water will slightly vary from production to production, because the same effect and fragrance of natural ingredients can never be perfectly reproduced.
The Arquebuse Water is made in Switzerland and is a cosmetic product. It is intended for external use only.
After approx. 3½-to 4 months of precise preparation and manufacturing processes the finished Arquebuse Water is sent to the warehouse where the packaging and distribution begins.
The Real Arquebuse Water is extremely effective in many cases of chronic, non-transient skin problems!