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Ecology and Phytosociology
The Black currant is a pioneer shrub that can be found in the northern regions of Eurasia, having adapted to conditions far from its native land through cultivation. Unknown to the Greeks and Romans, its wider use and cultivation began in 1712.
The “Traité du Cassis” (brochure on the health benefits of black currant) was reedited several times in 1750. Introduced as a cure-all, the black currant was forgotten during the 18th century, but rediscovered in the 19th. It has adapted to swampy land and alder-ash stands.
Indications for Use: Acts much like cortisone
It controls along with Alder and Birch.
Action on cells and coagulation
Definite stimulation of the eosinophilia.
30 ml, 50 ml, 120 ml