Ash – Buds
- For acute and chronic gout and hyperuricemia
- Inflammation modulation
- Liver and Ki drainage
Fraxinus excelsior (Ash buds): the suppleness and flexibility of Fraxinus excelsior’s wood is curiously similar to certain medicinal properties of its bud preparation in gemmotherapy, namely its action on ligaments.
Osteoarticular and kidney tropism has analgesic and anti-inflammatory action (increases adrenal production of cortisol which explains its anti-inflammatory action and its effect on the stress hormones adrenaline and nor-adrenaline) on synovial level and has anti-inflammatory properties on ligaments in general.
Lowers uric acid and cholesterol levels. It also has liver and kidney drainage properties.
Fraxinus excelsior can be considered as a potential anti-rheumatic remedy, which is not yet currently mentioned in literature. Other interesting properties at bud level that are worth investigating include: trapping free radicals, depurative, febrifugal and prostate protecting properties.
HerbalGem gemmo complexes that contain Fraxinus excelsior:
G5 CEL-GEM (lymphatic drainage, anti-cellulite complex)
G21 CELLUSAP (birch sap for cellulite)
Gemmotherapy is a branch of phytotherapy that uses buds and young shoots of trees and shrubs. Gathered in the spring at a key stage of their natural growth cycle, buds and young shoots are freshly handpicked and put in maceration in a solution of water, alcohol and glycerin to extract all their active principles.
Ingredients | Each drop contains:
Fraxinus excelsior* (Ash buds) (extract 1:20 … 2.5 mg) 0.05 ml
Non-medicinal ingredients: alcohol, water, glycerin.
*Organic certification by Certisys-BE1
Adults and children > 12 years 5-15 drops daily, between meals, pure or diluted in water, or as directed by a health care practitioner.
- Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen.
- Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding unless directed by a health care practitioner.
- Do not use if safety seal is broken.
- Keep out of reach of small children.
For more information please consult your health care practitioner.