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Ladrôme Organic Fresh Plant Extracts Scots Pine 50ml

Ladrôme Organic Fresh Plant Extracts Scots Pine 50ml

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LaDrôme Scots Pine BIO AB Extract of fresh plants 50ml in our organic pharmacy, Comment on advice for use and dosage with our partner Avis checked after your purchase.

LaDrôme Scots Pine BIO AB Extract of fresh plants 50ml

LaDrôme Scots Pine BIO AB extracted from fresh plants is used for its soothing and softening action on the respiratory tract . It is particularly effective in case of bronchitis, laryngitis, cough or cold.

Manufacturing: hydro-alcoholic extraction.
Origin: France.
Part used: bud.
Active ingredients: monoterpenes.
Food supplement certified by Ecocert.

In which case to use LaDrôme Scots Pine BIO AB Extract of fresh plants 50ml?

  • Scots pine, from its Latin name Pinus sylvestris , is an antiseptic and expectorant for the respiratory tract.
  • It participates in the body's natural defences.
  • It helps to clear the nose and breathe more freely.

Directions for use of LaDrôme Scots Pine BIO AB Extract of fresh plants 50ml and dosage

20 to 25 drops diluted in a drink, 3 times a day (3 to 3.8 ml per day) for 3 weeks.

Comment on the recommendations for use and dosage of LaDrôme Pine Scots BIO AB Extract of fresh plants 50ml with our partner Avis checked after your purchase .

What is the composition?

Hydro-alcoholic extract of Pinus sylvestris (*)
(*) Ingredients from organic farming

Precaution of use

Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of reach of children. Not recommended for children under 6 years old. Do not use during pregnancy and lactation.

Presentation - Packaging

LaDrôme Pine Scots BIO AB Extract of fresh plants comes in the form of a 50ml glass bottle with a dropper cap.

Our advice and advice from natural health experts

In this mother tincture, the bud of the Scots pine is used. It is the sign of a growing plant. However, to develop optimally, the plant needs a lot of vital energy. And guess what? These are the buds that contain the most.

Did you know that the bud is the part of the plant that will never be affected by the disease? This leaves you to think.

Indeed, on its own, it contains the active ingredients of the flowers, fruits and leaves, explaining its great effectiveness of action. The bud is in a way the concentrated “totum” of the plant.

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