Ecology and Phytosociology
Sorbus Domestica, or service tree, is a Mediterranean tree of the fruit-bearing family. It has adapted to the pubescent oak stands found here. This light-seeking species prefers deep, thick calcareous soil for its taproots. A slow-growing tree, it can live from 500 to 600 years and gives a very uniform, hard and compact wood. It bears sticky, hairless buds.
Indications for Use
Its properties are enhanced when combined with the following plants:
Action on coagulation
Corrects hypocoagulation involving a significant lengthening of the longitudinal waves and an ambivalent effect on the transversal waves.
30 ml, 50 ml, 120 ml