Ecology and phytosociology

Among the hygrophile species, the Fraxinus Excelsior (ash) is not a pioneer species since it requires very specific soil conditions, preferring fertile alluvial valleys to stagnant waters. Ash stands form on wet soil, but can tolerate temporary dessiccation during the summer, with overly intense drainage leading to oak stands.

Indications for use

  • Musculoskeletal system: inflammation of the ligaments, gout, inflammation of the joint capsules, rheumatism
  • Free radical absorption
  • Catabolism disorders, especially of the nucleoproteins (as a complement of Alnus and Ribes)
  • Reduction of uric acid and cholesterol, with mild action on urea
  • Anxiety neurosis, stress
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30 ml, 50 ml, 120 ml


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