Dr. Friedli is a Herbalist, Nutritionist (MACN), Certified Hypnotherapist (CHt), Registered Behavioral Therapist (RB), Phytochemist & Pharmacologist (PgDip), Toxicologist (MSc), Protein Biochemist (PhD).

He had his Certification in Hypnotherapy with the National Guild of Hypnotists, Registered as a Behavioral Therapist with the American Association of Behavioral Therapists, Member of the American College of Nutrition, Member of the National Federation of Hypnotists, Herbalist from the National Institute of Medical Herbalists (Britain), a Scientist with a Doctorate (PhD) in Food Protein Chemistry from University of Surrey in England, a Masters Degree (MSc) in Toxicology from University of Surrey, a Postgraduate Diploma (PgDip) in Pharmacology and Phytochemistry from the University of Strathclyde in Scotland, an Advanced Certificate in Protein Engineering and Structural Molecular Biology from the department of Crystallography,Birkbeck College, University of London.

Dr. Friedli also took courses in Yoga Therapy from the British Wheel of Yoga although he started practising yoga at a very early age.

Dr. Friedli has a practice in Emmitsburg, Maryland.



1. Friedli, G.L. (1990). Comparison of the diuretic properties of Taraxacum officinale (Herb) with two clinical diuretics (Frusemide and Hydrochlorothiazide). Postgraduate Diploma Thesis. University of Strathclyde. Glasgow. Scotland.

2. Friedli, G.L. (1992). Structure/Activity comparison in the ability of some terpenoid food flavours to cause peroxisome proliferation in the liver. Masters Degree Thesis. University of Surrey. England.

3. Howell, N. and Friedli, G. (1994). Interaction of Gluten Proteins in mixed Biopolymer Gels. International Food Hydrocolloid Conference, Ohio. USA

4. Friedli, G.L., King, S. and Howell, N. (1995). SANS studies of native and modified gliadins. ISIS 1995, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Annual Report 1994-95, Vol. II. (Ed. Chick Wilson). Council for the Central Laboratory of the Research Councils, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Oxford. pp. A473.

5. Friedli, G.L. (1996). Interaction of deamidated soluble wheat protein (SWP) with other food proteins and metals. Ph.D. Thesis. University of Surrey. England.

6. Friedli, G.L. and Howell, N. (1996). Gelation properties of deamidated soluble wheat proteins. Food Hydrocolloids 10(2); 255-261.

7. Howell, N.K., Bristow, E., Copeland, E.L. and Friedli, G.L. (1998). Interaction of deamidated gluten with sodium alginate. Food Hydrocolloids 12 :1-8.

8. Howell, N.K., Bristow, E., Copeland, E.L. and Friedli, G.L. (1998). Interaction of deamidated gluten with sodium alginate. Food Hydrocolloids 12: 317-324.

9. On-line Tutorials in Phytohemistry: (http://www.friedli.com/herbs/phytochem/phyto_tutorial.html)

10. On-line Tutorials on Alkaloids. National Engineering Education Delivery System Database.



The healing principle is within us and can be found in our subconscious mind. As light gets rid of darkness and heat overcomes cold, so good, positive thoughts can eliminate negative thoughts. Affirm the good and the bad will vanish.

No medical doctor, psychologist, psychiatrist, alternative therapist, holistic practitioner, religious practitioner has ever healed a patient. The doctor dresses the wound, but GOD heals it. All I do is create the environment for the healing energy to manifest and do its job. In order to create this environment, I use herbs, energy and positive suggestions to the subconscious mind. The body of modern man is loaded with toxins from environmental pollutants, food additives, unhealthy life styles and greed. Cleansing and detoxification creates the environment for healing.

Although the conscious mind can influence the functioning of our body system, it cannot control our body functions. The processes in the body are too complicating to be under conscious control.

The exploration of the conscious and subconscious mind involves many fields: philosophy, psychology, psychiatry, neurology, biology, quantum physics and religion. The experts from one branch may ignore the definition and explanation from another. What is the primal force, consciously and unconsciously shaping and forming our path in life? Different thinkers have different views, from libido, self-actualization or self-esteem, meaning of life to the drive for power. My view is, everyone has been assigned a task by GOD and it is the performance of that task alone that leads to fulfillment.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Georges-Louis Friedli, PgDip., MSc., CHt., RB., PhD., MACN.
Tel: (301) 447-3190