Ecology and Phytosociology

There are countless varieties of wild roses growing on hills, hedges, taluses, and forest edges all over Europe, North Africa and a significant portion of Asia. Rosa Canina can form an impenetrable barrier at the edge of a forest. Growing in sandy, calcareous fields, arid fields on rocky hillsides exposed to the south, ruderal elm stands, calcareous oak-ash stands and pubescent oak stands, Rosa Canina is characterized by its adaptability and great ability to expand.

Indications for Use

  • Rosa Canina treats recurring, localized inflammations: ear infections, tonsillitis, furunculosis, felon.
  • Rosa Canina is also useful as a regenerator for recurring inflammation of the mucous membranes:  pharyngitis, tracheobronchitis, colitis, etc.
  • In children, it complements the two osteoblastic remedies (Betula Verrucosa and Abies Pectinea) in cases of growth disorders caused by recurring inflammations. (Rhinitis, chronic tracheobronchitis).
  • With Cornus Sanguinea, Rosa Canina treats euthroid goitre (adenoma).
  • With Buxus Sempervirens (2X), Rosa Canina treats palmo-plantar pustular  eczema.
  • Allergy-related migraines
  • With Pinus Montana, Rosa Canina treats post-menopausal osteoporosis.
  • With Ulmus Campestris: recurring and ocular herpes.
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30 ml, 50 ml, 120 ml


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