- Gemmotherapy Liquid Extract Preparations- 1DH / 1X

Bourgeons (Buds), Jeunes pousses (Shoots), Chatons (Sap), Ecorce de Racine (Branch Bark), Ecorce de Tige (Stem Bark), Radicelles (Rootlets).

See Also: Herbal Tinctures / Mother Tinctures

These are herbal extractions from the Buds, Shoots, Bark, Rootlets, or Sap of young medicinal plant structures. Various preparations are available. Gemmotherapy is a therapeutic method which uses plant bud extracts and other embryonic vegetal tissues, freshly harvested from the growing plant. The raw material is prepared by maceration in a mix of water, glycerin, and alcohol. Usually, a gemmotherapy preparations are used on the recommendation of a health care practitioner.

  • If symptoms persist or worsen, consult a health care practitioner.
  • If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult a health care practitioner prior to use.
  • Keep out of reach of children.

Directions: Adults (over 18 years old):
Fix the pump on the bottle. Take 50 to 220 drops (5 to 22 pumps) per day, away from meals. Dilute drops in a small quantity of water.  One pump delivers 10 drops (0.2 ml).

Ingredients:
As identified on the label affixed to the packaging. Extract ratio equivalent to 0.25 mg Quantity Crude Equivalent per drop.

(* = Pre-cleared Health Canada listed indication. General Monographs available at Health Canada's website, Ingredient Search)

Non-medicinal ingredients
Glycerin, Medicinal Alcohol, Purified water

See Also: Herbal Tinctures / Homeopathic Mother Tinctures

What are the common names of these plants?

  • Abies pectinata - European Fir
  • Acer campestre - Field Maple
  • Aesculus hippocastanum - Horse-Chestnut (* Hemorrhoids, Venous insufficiency)
  • Alnus glutinosa - Alder, Black Alder
  • Alnus incana - Grey Alder
  • Betula pubescens - White Birch (* Diuretic)
  • Betula verrucosa - European Birch
  • Carpinus betulus - European Hornbeam
  • Castanea vesca - Chestnut
  • Cercis siliquastrum - Judastree
  • Citrus limonum - Lemon, Citrus Lemon (* Antioxidant)
  • Cornus sanguinea - Dogwood
  • Corylus avellana - Hazelnut, Hazel, European filbert, Cobnut
  • Crataegus oxyacantha - Hawthorn (* Cardiovascular support)
  • Fagus sylvatica - Red Beech
  • Ficus carica - Fig (* Antioxidant)
  • Fraxinus excelsior - Ash, Weeping ash, European ash
  • Olea europaea - Olive, Olive Tree (* Antioxidant)
  • Pinus montana - Mountain Pine
  • Populus nigra - Black Poplar
  • Prunus amygdalus - Almond (* Antioxidant, Skincare products)
  • Quercus pedunculata - Oak, English oak
  • Ribes nigrum - Black currant (* Antioxidant)
  • Rosa canina - Dog rose, Hip-rose, Eglantier, Dogbrier, Brier (* Antioxidant)
  • Rosmarinus officinalis - Rosemary, Seadew (* Antioxidant)
  • Rubus fruticosus - Blackberry (* Antioxidant)
  • Rubus idaeus - Raspberry, Red Raspberry (* Antioxidant)
  • Secale cereale - Rye, Cereal Rye
  • Sorbus domestica - Servicetree
  • Tamarix gallica - Tamarisk
  • Tilia tomentosa - Hungarian silver linden
  • Ulmus campestris - Elm
  • Vaccinium vitis-idaea - Alpine cranberry, cowberry, foxberry, lingberry, Lingon berry, Rock cranberry (* Antioxidant)
  • Viburnum lantana - Twistwood, Mealytree, Wayfaring tree
  • Viscum album - Mistletoe, Gui de chêne
  • Vitis vinifera - Grape vine (* Antioxidants)
  • Zea mais (Zea mays) - Corn

* = Pre-cleared Health Canada indication. General Monograph available at Health Canada Ingredient Search

(source: Health Canada)

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