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).

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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