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Hazel (Coudrier) in cut leaf Package of 250 g in your organic pharmacy specialized in herbalism. Hazel leaves reduce inflammation of blood vessels and restore the vascular wall.
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Used for : circulation veineuse
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Iphym Hazelnut Leaf Cut Herbalism Corylus avellana L. Pack of 250g
- Hazel (Coudrier) - Cut leaf Pack of 250 g
- Latin name: Corylus avellana L.
- Family: Corylaceae
- Common names: Coudrier, Avelinier
- Parts Used: Leaf
- Origin: Europe, Western Asia, North Africa
Description of cut leaves Iphym Hazel Corylus avellana L.
Hazel leaves reduce inflammation of blood vessels and restore the vascular wall. Hazel leaf has veinotonic properties, the leaf can be substituted for witch hazel. It is haemostatic, anti-inflammatory, anti-edematous, astringent and anti-diarrheal. It is a healer and an anti-oxidant.
The hazel tree is a shrub with flexible, branching and bushy stems. The leaves, heart-shaped, narrowed at the tip, have toothed edges. The flowers appear before the leaves, the males in September, a kind of elongated golden yellow catkins, the females in February, buds from which emerge red styles. Fruit is the delicacy we all know.
Cultivation and harvest
Common in Europe in the plains, the hazel tree is rare in high places. Its multiplication is obtained by cuttings. The leaves are harvested when they are fully formed around the month of June, they are dried in the shade in dry and ventilated places.
Hazel leaves contain tannins, proanthocyanidins and a flavonoid, myricitrin. The seeds are rich in protein and a fatty oil containing mainly oleic acid, linoleic acid and palmitic acid.
Hazel leaf is used in the following therapeutic indications:
- Venous insufficiency
- Spider veins
How to use Iphym Hazel leaf cut?
In decoction for 2 minutes by putting a tablespoon of cut leaves per cup. Take two or three cups a day.
hazel or hazel leaf.
Active ingredients: polyphenols, tannins, flavonoids, phenolic acids, fatty acid
Precautions for use
- Keep out of reach of young children.
- Do not exceed the recommended dose.
- A food supplement does not replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
The advice of your expert pharmacist
The hazel has always appeared in literature if we refer in particular to Virgil. It is said in the Bucolics that the hazels and the rivers witnessed the pain of the nymphs occasioned by the death of Daphnis. Moreover, in Tristan and Iseult, love exists on the sole condition that the hazel can embrace the honeysuckle. Otherwise, both wither away. The hazel has always been a source of magical stories. It was used for incantations by druids. It was also used by dowsers and gold diggers.