RNDr. Václav Bažata
Mr. Bažata has been working with us since 2011. Our contractual cooperation involves development of production documents necessary for registration of the PhytoChi preparation (and potentially also other our products) in European countries where we have been gradually spreading our business activities.
- 1970-1972 studied chemistry at the Faculty of Chemical Technology of the Institute of Chemical technology (VŠCHT) in Prague
- 1972-1977 sstudied pharmacy at the Faculty of Pharmacy of the Charles University in Hradec Králové (FaF Charles University HK)
- 1977 diploma in general pharmacy
- 1977-1978 employment – assistant pharmacist in Pilsen and in military healthcare services (ZS)
- 1978-1979 postgraduate student – pharmacy and natural sciences at faculties of the Charles University (Faculty of Pharmacy and Faculty of Science of the Charles University)
- 1979 doctorate in pharmaceutical chemistry/pharmacy – RNDr.
- 1978-1996 employments in Léčivé rostliny n.p., Holding SPOFA, later k.p. of SPOFA s.p. Prague 5, technologist for development, head of technology department, R&D manager, director of Léčivé rostliny n.p., Holding SPOFA
- 1993 internship abroad – Environmental Management (Ecology), JICA certificate, Tokyo/Sapporo, Japan
- 1996-2001 employed in SVUS, a.s., later SVUS Pharma a.s. Hradec Králové, as marketing director
- 2002-2011 SVUS Pharma a.s., director for business development
- 2011-until now – self-employed consultant – specialist in legal matters, pharmacy, nutrition science and food
Membership in societies and governmental bodies
Central Consulting Board of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic (MZ ČR) for Medicinal Herbs (ÚPS LR), Czech Pharmaceutical Society attached to the Czech Medical Association of J.E. Purkyně (ČLS JEP) – natural drugs section, section of medical technology – expert working group of qualified persons, Czech Association for Special Foods (ČASP), member of the European Botanical Forum (EBF) and International Alliance of Dietary/Food Supplement Associations, Brussels
Field of cooperation with Phyto CZ, s.r.o.
Mr. Bažata has been working with us since 2011. Our contractual cooperation involves development of production documents necessary for registration of the PhytoChi preparation (and potentially also other our products) in European countries where we have been gradually spreading our business activities. Another field of our cooperation has been the establishment of the concept of the Phyto-True™ technology in legislative practice, particularly establishment of standardization of Chinese herbs under the PTRM™ brand.
Expert about PhytoChi
It is essential to understand that when using combinations of plant extracts based on principles of traditional Chinese medicine the classical pharmacological principles of the Western medicine do not apply, particularly the theory of the so-called receptors that uses the lock and key model or the principle that the effect depends on the dose. The composition of PhytoChi has been optimized to, particularly, maintain homeostasis in the body, as the fundamental precondition to keep the body in balance in terms of the balance of the Chinese principles yin/yang and thus to keep it in permanent health. The term “homeostasis” comes from the Greek “ homoios“ i.e. constant, same, stable, and “stasis“ , i.e. status. Processes in the organism continually tend towards reaching and maintaining the “optimum environment “ – this condition is called “stability of the internal environment “. This means that it seeks to maintain health, which is fundamentally different from treatment that recovers, adapts and changes important biochemical indicators to get them back within the “ normal limits “, i.e. the treatment consists of a major intervention to correct biochemical indicators of health, the so-called biomarkers. The health is maintained through the so-called “food supplements”, such as PhytoChi, and the principle of keeping homeostasis has been recognized by the European Council in Strasbourg as an explanation of effects of similar preparations that do not heal but help to support, to maintain and to optimize the best possible “stability of internal environment “ of the organism which thus remains within the limits of sustainable health.