- For degenerative conditions of the bone; enhances the action of osteoblasts
- For pain, acts as an analgesic
- Anti-sclerotic throughout the body
Rubus fructicosus (Bramble young shoots): present in gemmotherapy a similarity with the properties of the leaves, used in classical phytotherapy, namely a pulmonary tropism.
Tonic for long term use.
This plant will restructure the degraded terrain (ecological & internal environment).
Great remedy for the elderly.
For degenerative conditions of the bone (enhance osteoblastic activity and slows the osteoclastic activity) Remedy for severe alterations in bony tissues. Activity on fibro-sclerotic tissues, effective in relieving bone and joint pain, in association.
For pain (analgesic property).
Anti-sclerotic (throughout the body).
It would be interesting to compare the gemmotherapic properties of Rubus fructicosus and Vitis Vinifera (Grape Vine). These 2 plants have several common points in their type of development and their ecology. A great pulmonary remedy, we hypothesize that Rubus fructicosus is also a great future remedy for the skin.
HerbalGem gemmo complexes that contain Rubus fructicosus:
G13 OST-GEM (bone complex)
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:
Rubus fructicosus* (Bramble young shoots) (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.