Seasonal Allergies

Spring is not only the return of the good weather, but also that of allergies. Here are some tips to help you enjoy the awakening of nature and the warm weather. Homeodel 10 : to drain your liver and detoxify your body. Homeodel 15: to relief spring allergies, allergies to home dust, dust mites and

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Animodel 11

Utilisation : anti-inflammatoire, fièvre, otites. Composition : Apis 30K Belladona 30K Kali Bich 30K Mercurius sol 5CH Phytolacca 30K Pyrrogenium 30K Ribes nigra Mac. Glyc D1 Sequoia gigantea MG D1 Ulmus campestris MG D1 (alcool, glycérine, eau) aa ad 30 ml Présentation : flacon de gouttes orales de 30 ml Posologie : 10 gouttes, 3

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Chrysanthellum Americanum

Originating from Peru and Bolivia, the plant was introduced into West Africa at the beginning of the 20th century and in the European pharmacopoeia later. The Chrysanthellum americanum is rich in flavonoids (hepatoprotective, they promote microcirculation) and saponins (Chrysantellines A and B) which are veinotonic, blood pressure regulators and potentiate the action of flavonoids, by

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Ginkgo biloba

This is the “tree of a hundred crowns” (the colour of the bright yellow leaves in the fall). This is a unique representative of the Mesozoic era (200 million years) which can reach 40m high, live 4000 years, withstand extreme temperatures, microorganisms of all kinds and the most diverse pollutions (even the atomic bomb on

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Propolis

This is the result of the work from the bee. The workers collect the resin from buds of various trees (poplar, birch, ash, alder, oak…) at the end of the summer. This is why the color may vary. Chewing and salivary secretions transform the resins with wax and pollen propolis. Propolis (from the Greek “pro”

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Arnica Montana

Origin: Herbaceous plant from the mountains meeting in France, Germany and Switzerland. The entire flowering plant is used to prepare the mother tincture. The flowering stem grows perpendicular to the rhizome, which has kept the memory (the scars) of the shoots from previous years. This plant presents three stages on the flowering stem. At ground

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Eucalyptus globulus

The eucalyptus is a large tree of 35 to 100m high, native to Australia and Tasmania. It looks for siliceous soils, which are cool and humid. Its trunk is hard and peels in shreds. The bluish leaves have a characteristic odor. It was introduced in Europe in the 19th century and was used in the

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Squash

Cucurbita pepo To put order back in childish behavior, parents should feed their offspring squash in all its forms. The absorption of a gourd gives confidence in the child of the affection of his parents, allowing them to accept their supervision and to channel towards structured goals an energy that would be otherwise scattered unnecessarily.

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Astragalus membranaceus

Part used: It is the root, removed in the spring time on a plant of 4 to 7 years then dried, which is used to prepare the mother tincture. Dosage: 50 to 80 drops of the mother tincture, 3 times daily for an adult. History: Traditional Chinese medicine attaches great importance to Astragalus in its

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