Elm – Buds
- Kidney drainage that has an effect on the skin
- Superficial drainage that can help correct metabolic imbalances
Ulmus campestris (Elm) bark was formerly considered as a panacea for skin problems. The bud has a similar therapeutic profile.
Great drainer of the skin, Ulmus campestris has an action on oozing, vesicular, inflammatory not yet infected eczemas.
It provides kidney drainage that has an effect on the skin. It is an important skin drainage remedy. Its main indication is for the skin, which it detoxifies in depth. Those types of cutaneous reactions are described by many as the ability of the body to transfer organic problems towards the skin in the form of eczema, diarrhea, leucorrhea or any other bodily discharge (this is not a suppressive action but a detoxification; when enhanced by the remedy, it will detoxify more intensely and completely, hence solving the apparent problem.
With this cutaneous activity it detoxifies the body from the inside and helps reduce uric acid and cholesterol.
Transitional remedy frequently used in association.
HerbalGem gemmo complex that contains Ulmus campestris:
G19 ACN-GEM (acne complex)
G22 DER-GEM (skin 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:
Ulmus campestris* (Elm 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.