The interest in buds in gemmotherapy is old. However, the work of Dr Henry , then Drs Bergeret and Tétau has recently deepened the knowledge of these plant tissues and made it possible to disseminate their use. Gem: borrowed from the Latin gemma “bud” and by analogy of shape and color “precious stone” The gemmotherapy is defined as an embryonic herbal medicine overall. It uses the active ingredients of buds, seeds, rootlets or young shoots of trees freshly picked and prepared by direct maceration in an alcohol and glycerin solution. The homeopathic culture of Drs Bergerey and Tétauled them to use the Hahnemanian dilution to the first decimal place (1 DH) in order...See article
Ribes nigrum Bourgeons Cassis 1DH Glycerine macerate Gemmotherapy, Very useful in gemmotherapy and homeopathy, blackcurrant acts as anti-inflammatory.
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Ribes nigrum Blackcurrant buds 1DH Glycerine macerate Gemmotherapy
Cassissier is a shrub with small black berries, very rich in vitamin C, native to northern Europe,
it is found in many beverages and other recipes: liqueurs, wines, syrups, jellies ...
In herbal medicine, it uses its leaves and black berries to strengthen the body's resistance, reduce joint inflammation, fight against allergies.
Method of administration of Cassis 1DH Ribes nigrum buds
Homeopathic oral solution in drops for oral use. The drops are to be diluted in a little water.
Composition of Ribes nigrum Blackcurrant buds 1DH Glycerine macerate
CASSIS bud glycerine macerate ( Ribes Nigrum ) 1DH homeopathic dilution.
Indications of RIBES NIGRUM BUDS
Blackcurrant buds Ribes nigrum have a greater anti-inflammatory activity than leaves, they stimulate the production of cortisol by the adrenal glands, and increase the sympathetic tone. They also have antioxidant, antimicrobial and antibacterial properties.
Precautions for blackcurrant bud 1DH
Do not leave within the reach of children. Because of the presence of alcohol, tell your doctor if you have liver disease, epilepsy or pregnancy. If the symptoms persist, consult your doctor.
Warning with Ribes nigrum Blackcurrant buds 1DH Glycerine macerate
This medicine contains alcohol. Its alcoholic strength is 38.5% v / v, or 60 mg of alcohol for 10 drops.
Leaflet of Ribes nigrum Buds 1DH Glycerine Macerat
RIBES NIGRUM BUDS 1 DH Glycerine Macerat
Authorized drug: Aut. 0678
Not registered in the pharmacopoeia
Refundable at 30% by Social Security
Glycerine macerate in 30 ml:
- CIP Code: 8815405
- CNAM Code: 7881540500024600
- Public price VAT: 2,46 €
Glycerine macerate in 60 ml:
- CIP Code: 8815411
- CNAM Code: 7881541100043000
- Public price TTC: 4,3 €
Glycerine macerate in 125 ml:
- CIP Code: 8815434
- CNAM Code: 7881543400055500
- Price incl. VAT: 5,55 €
Glycerine macerate in 250 ml:
- CIP Code: 8815428
- CNAM Code: 7881542800073700
- Public price including tax: 7,37 €
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