Gemmotherapy Cercis siliquastum (Judas tree)
Cercis siliquastrum, or the Judas tree is native to Southern Europe and Western Asia. It is a versatile tree that can live in climates ranging from cold to hot. It can grow up to fifteen metres high, and its trunk and crown are often bent and twisted.
- Used with sclerotic plaquing
- Affects the circulatory system with its hypocoagulant and antithrombotic properties. It is used for sclerotic plaquing
- Circulatory system: retinal thrombosis, arterial embolism, arteritis of the extremities, hypocoagulation, cerebral atherosclerosis, hepatic atherosclerosis, renal atherosclerosis, Buerger's disease
- Works specifically as an anti-thrombotic in retinal thrombosis as well as in juvenile arteritis
- Has an effect on cerebral, hepatic, and renal atherosclerosis (degeneration of arterial walls)
- Arteriosclerosis, particularly due to protein or lipid deposition
- Buerger's disease (a juvenile form of arteritis also called thromboangitis obliterans)
- Arteritis cases, particularly of the lower leg, including thrombophlebitis and intermittent claudication.
- Acrocyanosis of the hands and feet
- Raynaud's syndrome
- Arterial embolisms
- Retinal thrombosis
- Ledoux, Frank and Gueniot, Gerard.(2012)Phytembryotherapy: The Embryo of Gemmotherapy, Editions Amyris. Spain.
- Dr. Reckeweg (2012) Product Catalog, Bio Lonreco. Quebec.