Phyto'Gem Willow White Glycerine Macerate Bud Bio 40ml

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    Phyto'Gem Willow White Glycerine Macerate Bud Bio 40ml

    The white willow bud macerate can be used for:

    • convalescences and states of fatigue
    • rebalance the nervous system
    • boost venous and cerebral circulation

    Description of Phyto'Gem Willow White Glycerine Macerate Bud Bio 40ml

    Glycerine macerate White Willow Phyto'Gem has a calming action on the mind . It helps to reduce anxiety , nervousness and nervous insomnia. It is also used for digestive disorders of nervous origin.

    The white willow also has a beneficial effect on the circulation. It can be used in cases of veno - lymphatic insufficiency , heavy legs , edema , fluid retention or hemorrhoids .

    It may be beneficial in case of blood hyper-viscosity , but it does not thin the blood like synthetic aspirin.

    Advice for use and dosage

    5 to 10 drops 3 times a day in a glass of water.

    In acute cases: 15 to 30 drops.

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    Precaution of use

    Keep away from heat and light.

    Presentation of Phyto'Gem White Willow Macerat Glycerine Bud Bio 40ml

    40 ml bottle.

    Our advice and expert advice in pharmacy

    White willow is considered a plant aspirin . Its bark is rich in salicylate derivatives, whose properties are identical to those of aspirin.

    The white willow helps fight against fever, the beginning of flu, to relieve rheumatism, arthritis and osteoarthritis. It is also used against psoriasis and various skin conditions, redness, irritation and diarrhea. Kittens are used as antispasmodic and antistress to calm anxiety and promote sleep. Anaphrodisiac, it is recommended for people with excessive temperament.

    Phyto'gem products are developed by the Phytofrance laboratory

    The Laboratory of Phytotherapy, Algotherapy, Aromatherapy, Herbalism, Cosmetology Bio Phytofrance LAPHT is based in the South of France, for over 30 years, works to improve the results already obtained in a gentle way on the well being and comfort of life through natural herbal products.

    80% of the transformed plants are cultivated on the various sites, near the laboratory, in Aveyron and in Ain. These are either organic or wild plants.

    The Phyto'gem range offers glycerinated macerates of buds and young plant tissues from organic farming are hydro-alcohol-glycerinated preparations of plant tissues, buds, young shoots, rootlets ...
    These are particularly interesting preparations in the drainage and regulation of the various organs and their tissues.

    It is from the fresh, wild or cultivated plant following non-polluting methods that the various extracts are prepared.
    During the preparation, the plants do not undergo any treatment likely to alter the water of the plant and its active principles.
    In this way, its water, a real energy reservoir, is preserved intact.

    What is the origin of gemmotherapy?

    Gemmotherapy is an alternative medicine derived from phytotherapy which uses the buds and young shoots of trees and shrubs. The macerates of buds are the result of maceration of fresh buds harvested in the spring, at a key point in their natural development cycle, in a mixture of water, alcohol and glycerin. The bud extracts obtained are called glycerin macerates.

    The use of plant buds dates back to the Middle Ages, where alchemists made ointments and syrups to treat respiratory ailments.

    However, it was not until 1970 that gemmotherapy officially appeared in the pharmacopoeia, thanks to the publications of the work of Belgian doctor Pol Henry. Indeed, he was the first to put forward the hypothesis that the embryonic plant tissues must contain all the informative energy for the development of trees. He called this discovery " phytembryotherapy ".

    The first bud extract studied by him was that of the downy birch (Betula pubescens).

    Gemmotherapy: global energetic cell phytotherapy

    The buds and young shoots contain all the power of the future plant. Indeed, they constitute the entire genetic heritage of the plant, providing them with all of its properties. In phytotherapy, all the active and useful molecules of the plant constitute the totum . For example, the glycerine macerate of linden has the sedative properties of its flowers and the depurative properties of the sapwood.

    Plant embryonic tissues have an incredible nutritional richness: growth hormones, vitamins, minerals, trace elements ...

    How to treat yourself with gemmotherapy?

    Gemmotherapy is a natural therapy that can be used safely at all ages . It has a wide field of application by responding to numerous therapeutic indications. Did you know, for example, that it was possible to fight cellulite using gemmotherapy ?

    The extracts of buds and young shoots are mainly presented under two types of gemmotherapy products:

    1. Unit concentrated glycerin macerates which contain all the properties of a single bud;
    2. Gemmotherapy complexes which constitute harmonious associations of different mother macerates, which respond to a targeted health problem.

    In order to get good results, the buds should be taken outside of meals directly on the tongue. The ideal is to keep the glycerin macerate in the mouth for a few seconds before swallowing it. It is also possible to dilute it in a little water or honey.

    Start with 5 drops the first day, then gradually increase the dosage to 15 or even 20 drops. Once your symptoms have disappeared, keep the same number of drops for the rest of the treatment without increasing. A cure of at least 3 weeks is often recommended, repeated 3 times with a week of rest between each cure.

    A 30 ml bottle of glycerin macerates can be used for a cure of about a month, at the rate of 10 to 15 drops per day. You can use a maximum of 2 to 3 buds taken simultaneously (in the same glass of water) or separated at different times of the day. Normally, your therapist will give you the dosage that corresponds to your specific problem.

    • Dosage of gemmotherapy for adults:

      • Start with 5 drops and increase by one drop each day until the desired result.
      • You can take up to 15 drops per day depending on the problem to be treated and the person.
    • Dosage of gemmotherapy for children up to 13 years:

      • Start with 3 drops and increase by one drop each day until the desired result.
      • You can take up to 8 drops per day depending on the problem to be treated, the child and his age.
    • Dosage of gemmotherapy for babies:

      • 1 to 3 drops per day in the bottle or by the nursing mother.

    What are the contraindications for gemmotherapy?

    There may be contraindications with gemmotherapy, especially with regard to pregnant women. At the beginning of pregnancy, it is recommended to inquire with a health professional before taking buds. To take no risk, the best is to turn to gemmotherapy without alcohol.

    In addition, certain buds are not recommended for people with heart disease or suffering from bleeding disorders and hypertension. If you are taking medical treatment, you should make sure that the buds do not interact with it.

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