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(Sea buckthorn | Buds)
Key notes:
– Adaptogenic
– Increases resistance (anti-infectious, immune system stimulant)
– Invigorating – stimulantTherapeutic actions:
– In ancient Greece, it was given to the horses as feed because it was thought to give them a lustrous coat (hippos=horse, phaos=brilliant). Known as the “Holy Fruit of the Himalayas,” sea buckthorn has been cherished by native Tibetans for centuries for its incredible nutritive qualities. Sea buckthorn grows high in the Himalayan region and has been used in Asia over the centuries as an herbal medicine to relieve cough, aid digestion, invigorate blood circulation, and alleviate pain. Today it is reputed for withstanding harsh winters and used as a treatment for flu symptoms. Categorized as an adoptogenic plant, it is an important remedy for flu-like symptoms (after sudden chill). Just like all plants, sea buckthorn is a carrier of light but it excels in this category (chlorophyllian benefits). Symbol of fertile soil, sea buckthorn illuminates the soil (intestinal soil) therefore favouring immunity, physical and mental tone. The intestines insure the balance of the immune, mental and endocrine trio.
– It increases resistance and is recommended during the winter months or at the change of seasons (autumn and spring). Helps deal with viral pathologies due to the abundance in vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B9, B12, C, E, P (quercetin, polyphenols), flavonoids and minerals (Ca, Fe, Mg), (Zn, Cu, Co, K which are the most abundant).
– With the rose hip (fruit from the wild rose), the sea buckthorn berry is one of the fruits most rich in vitamin C.
– It is therefore a big remedy for sudden chill, especially in the winter and to help combat against the lack of light at this time of year.
– It helps subjects that are tired at the change of seasons.
– It is an anti-infectious that will be used daily for chronically inflamed children with ENT or respiratory problems. Through its invigorating and stimulant action, it improves sight with Vaccinium myrtillus (Bilberry) and protects against sun rays and possesses anti-senescence activity with Quercus robur (Oak).

Clinical indications:
– Immune system: Anti-infectious – Flu-like symptoms – Acute or chronic ENT infection – Respiratory infections.
– Ocular system: Improves eyesight + Vaccinium myrtillus (Bilberry), Optigem.
– Various: Recommended during the winter against cold and lack of light (Ribes nigrum).
– Helps subjects that are tired during the change of seasons.
– Protects against sun rays and it has anti-senescence properties + Quercus robur (Oak).

Consider in combination with:
– Ribes nigrum, anti-infectious
– Betula verrucosa, upper respiratory infections
– Rosa canina, anti-infectious, stimulates immune defenses
– Alnus glutinosa, acute infections, ENT

(Heather | young shoots)

Key notes:
– Antioxidant
– Increases resistance (anti-infectious, immune system stimulant)
– Contains flavanoids

Therapeutic actions:
– It is the cure for scleroderma-amyloidosis, when tissues evolve from haylnosis towards amyloidosis.
– Heather is active in all conditions of amyloid degeneration (brain, liver, kidney, spleen, intestinal mucosa, endocrine glands) and returns the patient to the previous state of glomerulosclerosis.
– It acts in recurrent and prolonged suppuration diseases : chronic osteomyelitis, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), but especially in various urinary infection and inflammation: acute cystitis, chronic or recurrent (including male cystitis), chronic pyelonephritis, colibacillosis (even chronic), acute and chronic prostatitis, urethritis.

Clinical indications:
-Gynecological Sphere: this is a good adjuvant in leucorrhea, vaginitis, and vulvovaginitis.
– Digestive System: it is indicated in splenitis and splenomegaly. It is a remedy of    nephroamyloidosis and with Juniperus communis (Juniper), kidney stones and renal oxaloacetate lithiasis.
– Urogenital System: bladder cholelithiasis, cystitis, diverse urinary tract infections, inflammation infections.
– Articular System: ankylosing spondylitis, chronic osteomyelitis, rheumatoid arthritis, rheumatic gout

Consider in combination with:
– Betula verrucosa 
– Pinus sylvestri
-Vaccinium vitis idaea

*expert from The Treatise on Gemmotherapy: The Therapeutic Use of Buds

(Black Mulberry | buds)

Key notes:
– Stimulates
– Preventitive

Therapeutic actions:
– this is an adjunct in the treatment of fatty diabetes (type II), hyperglycemia.
– it stimulates pancreatic secretion (chronic pancreatitis) and helps prevent diabetes complications, including its action in diabetic vasculopathy (retinopathy, retinal hemorrhages, diabetic ulcers), as well as in atherosclerosis
– for the digestive tract, it also acts in dysphagia and esophageal hiatal hernia

Clinical indications:
-Digestive System: chronic pancreatitis, diabetes, esophageal dysphagia, hiatal hernia
– Circulatory System: atherosclerosis, diabetic retinopathy, diabetic ulcers, diabetic vasculopathy, retinal hemorrhage

*expert from The Treatise on Gemmotherapy: The Therapeutic Use of Buds

(Honeysuckle | young shoots)

Key notes:
– Anti-inflammatory
– Anti-spasmodic
– Sedative

Therapeutic actions:
– restores the liver function in cases of hepatomegaly, jaundice (associated with Boxwood and Holly) and acts in both acute and chronic hepatitis
-Effective in splenomegaly
-it is mainly active in upper respiratory tract infections; including dry and convulsive cough, in tracheobronchitis where it operates as bronchial decongestant and expectorant.
-as anti-spasmodic, it is indicated in the cholecysto-cardiac syndrome where it facilitates the rebalancing of the biliary function and peristalsis of the cardiac muscle
-as anti-inflammatory, it is involved win conjunctivitis, cervicitis (ulceration of the cervix)
-for the joints, it treats gout, is prescribed for rheumatoid arthritis, systemic inflammatory disorder, and ankylosing apondylitis

Clinical indications:
-Respiratory System: aphonia, asthma, bronchitis, convulsive cough, decongestant, dry cough, hoarseness, hiccups, laryngitis, sedative in cases of tracheobronchitis
-Articular System: ankylosing spondylitis, gout, gouty rheumatisms, rheumatoid arthritis
-Digestive System: biliary functions, hepatitis, hepatomegaly, jaundice, splenomegaly
-Ophtalmic System: conjunctivitis
-Circulatory System: arteritis, coronary heart diseases, heart muscle peristalsis, thrombophlebitis
– Urogenital System: cervicitis
-Nervous System: depression

Consider in combination with:
Acer competre
-Ulmus campretre
-Rosa canina
-Rubus fruticosus
-Rubus idaeus
-Syringa vulgaris


*expert from The Treatise on Gemmotherapy: The Therapeutic Use of Buds

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