Gemmotherapy Ligustrum vulgare (Privet)
Ligustrum vulgare or Privet, is a plant that grows wild in Europe and North Africa. It is a shrub that can grow from one to four meters high, with straight branches that are dense, gray, marked with a few warty spots. This shrub likes ventilated areas, growing in open woods, willow plantation, thickets on edges, in hedgerows, and preferably on dry soils. Its fragrant white flowers grow in clusters, while its black berries remain attached to the shrub for the entire winter.
- Facilitates the oxygenation of blood. Contributes to smoking cessation and decreases the side effects of tobacco in particular arteriosclerosis
- Decreases cholesterol and is indicated for hyperlipemia and arteriosclerosis
- Indicated for arthritis, in particular for joint fatigue of the lower limbs, specifically the knee and the ankle. Contributes to reducing lymphatic edema
- Digestive: Mouth ulcer, thrush, dental pyorrhea, stomatitis, streptococcus (inhibits), ulcers
- Respiratory: Angina, bronchitis, chronic pulmonary catarrh, granular pharyngitis, blood oxygenation, smoking
- Urogenital: Kidney (feeds the yin), sclerosis of the vulva
- Articular: Arthritis, cellulite, knee, lymphatic edema
- ENT: Tinnitus, visual acuity, humming in ears, intellectual faculties, sclerosis of the ear, vertigo
- Circulatory: Arteriosclerosis, cholesterol, hyperlipemia
- Ledoux Frank and Gueniot Gerard (2012) Phytembryotherapy: The Embryo of Gemmotherapy, Editions Amyris, Spain.
- Dr. Reckeweg (2012) Product Catalog, Bio Lonreco. Quebec.