Ecology and Phytosociology

Requiring very specific soil conditions, the English elm needs soft, deep, fresh, humus-rich soil. Alluvial soil and a temperate climate are quite suitable for the elm. A light-seeking species, it requires full clearance at the crown. It enjoys isolated conditions and can grow in alder groves, poplar stands, riparian forests on alluvial soil, forest edges and ruderal elm stands.

Indications for Use

  • Significant action on the various nucleoprotein catabolism disorders: uric acid, gout. Detoxifies the body by reducing the levels of urea and cholesterol.
  • Significant action in cases when internal disorders tend to manifest themselves on the skin in the form of non-infected, vesicular eczema.
  • Also treats certain types of diarrhea and leukorrhea due to functional metastases. These metastases are caused by a tissue or tissues and occur at the onset of hypergamma fibrosclerosis in patients with a significantly compromised metabolism. In these cases, it serves to rebalance and supplement by unblocking the liver macrophages.
  • Regulates the production acne-related sebum
  • Treats rheumatism and acts as a remineralizer

Complementary Treatments

Its properties are enhanced when combined with the following plants:

  • Rosa Canina: Recurring herpes, ocular herpes

Action on cells and coagulation

  • Action on the liver macrophages (Kuppfer’s cells)
  • Action on coagulation: Mild thrombophilic action
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30 ml, 50 ml, 120 ml


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