Ecology and Phytosociology

The presence of blackberries, which grow in a multitude of forms, signals a degraded forest involving soil leeching and acidification. Very abundant in harvest areas where they can choke off all other species, blackberries can be found in acid-loving beech-oak stands and can also grow on the edge of certain bogs.

Indications for Use

Obstructive respiratory conditions:

  • Chronic obstructive bronchitis (lowered FEV1: forced expiratory volume in one second).
  • Emphysema with lowered FEV1 and increased RV (residual volume); but has no impact if BC (breathing capacity) has increased.

Osteoblastic action: Important remedy for bone decay

  • With Pinus Montana:  Senile osteoporosis and osteoarthritis
  • Osteoporosis with Sequoia gigantea and Vaccinium vitis idaea
  • With Fagus Sylvatica:  Chronic interstitial nephritis resulting from pyelonephritis (little effect when taking phenacetin over the long term)
  • Fibroma and gonarthrosis (by acting on fibrosclerotic tissues)
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Format

30 ml, 50 ml, 120 ml

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