Gemmotherapy Alnus glutinosa (European alder)
Alnus glutinosa, also known as Black alder, is the largest and most widespread of the thirty existing species. This type of plant grows particularly along river banks, along with Poplars, Willows, Ashes, and Maples. Black alder is indifferent to the composition of soil, and to compensate for food shortage, its roots fix atmospheric nitrogen with the help of actinomycetes, a specific group of bacteria.
- Cerebral or coronary issues (post MI, post cerebral infarct)
- Inflammatory conditions (musculoskeletal, respiratory)
- Cognitive function (memory loss, senile dementia)
- Double or triple the dose initially to get vessels rebuilding
- Great remedy for inflammatory syndromes and the circulatory system
- Hypo-coagulant, containing anti-thrombotic substances
- Detoxifies the entire digestive system
- Remedy of the circulatory system, prevents thrombosis
- Indicated for coronaritis, arteritis, erysipelas, and phlebitis, as it acts as an anti-inflammatory
- Increases collateral circulation: chronic coronary disease, migraines, memory loss, improves cognition, senile and pre-senile dementia
- Remedy of inflammatory syndromes
- Acute infections such as Rhinitis, Bronchitis, tracheitis, colitis, pyelitis, cystitis, cholecystitis
- Respiratory system: acts efficiently on the suppurative and inflammatory phases, indicated in all ENT pathologies
- Digestive system: considered for various inflammatory conditions of the stomach such as food reactions, IBS, gastritis, peptic and duodenal ulcers, colitis, diverticulosis, celiac disease, peritonitis, cholecystitis
- Chronic urticarial and those of allergic origin
- Renal system: cystitis and pyelitis
- Ledoux, Frank and Gueniot, Gerard.(2012)Phytembryotherapy: The Embryo of Gemmotherapy, Editions Amyris. Spain.
- Dr. Reckeweg (2012)Product Catalog, Bio Lonreco. Quebec.