Ecology and Phytosociology
Fig trees and figs can be found in all ancient literature. Native to the Mediterranean region, the fig tree naturalized to many areas of France. All its parts contain a bitter, caustic and milky sap. It grows in rocky soil, hedges and warm wastelands. It regenerates barren lands, making them suitable for other species that can then take root. Due to a selection process over time, the fig trees that are cultivated today bear only female flowers, the male flowers being found solely on wild fig trees. Fertilization is highly complex and requires the intervention of a small hornet, which carries pollen from the male flowers to the female flowers, while also depositing its eggs.
Indications for Use
Its properties are enhanced when combined with the following plants.
Incidence on myelogramme: Significant stimulation of granulopoiesis and slight stimulation of eosinophilia; increases hematocrit value.
30 ml, 50 ml, 120 ml