Ecology and Phytosociology
The buds are round and sticky, and grow alternately and in a spiraling manner on non-prickly stalks. This is a robust species, unaffected by the mineral composition of the soil. A pioneer tree, colonizing periodically flooded alluvial soils, it protects other species from soil that is too humid. It improves and regenerates boggy soil through root nodules that are able to assimilate atmospheric nitrogen. Because of its regenerative effect on humid soil, the black alder is to silviculture what legumes are to agriculture.
Indications for Use
Note: This remedy complements antibiotics, treating inflammatory sequelae that are poorly resolved at the tissular and circulatory levels. In early stages, it can be taken without having to use antibiotics.
Its properties are enhanced when it is associated with the following plants:
Cytological and Coagulatory Effects
30 ml, 50 ml, 120 ml