Indications for Use: Inflammation, pain from various sources (rheumatism, osteoarthritis, sprains, strains, muscular pain, etc.), antipyretic.
Available in: 50 ml oral drop bottle.
Children: 10 to 20 drops, 2 to 3 times daily.
Adults: 40 to 80 drops, 2 to 3 times daily.
Mix with a little mineral water.
|Betula alba (Silver birch)||Diuretic action that helps eliminate urea and uric acid, used for treating gout and cellulitis. Treats gouty diathesis and rheumatism. Antipyretic.|
|Betula pubescens (Downey birch)||Powerful anti-inflammatory action, especially in chronic ailments. Stimulates macrophages and enhances catabolism of urea, cholesterol, and uric acid, through its effect on the detoxifying function of the liver.|
|Ribes nigrum (Blackcurrant)||Excellent anti-inflammatory action (often called “plant cortisone”). Treats primary inflammatory phase, including onset of allergies. Stimulates urea, uric acid, and cholesterol catabolism through increased elimination, due to its diuretic properties. Prevents anaphylaxis following an insect bite, or after taking medication or eating certain foods. Treats flu symptoms, rheumatism, osteoarthritis, and gout.|
|Salix alba (White willow)||Antipyretic action on flu and other febrile illnesses, as well as antineuralgic action on headaches, rheumatism, arthritis, and inflammatory pain (the willow has been used since ancient times to treat pain).|
Betula alba being a diuretic, its use is contraindicated in the case of edema caused by impaired cardiac or renal function.
As the amount of salicyl derivates that Salix alba contains is very small (in the bark), there should be no undesirable side-effects from it. It is indicated, however, to take note of this active ingredient in the case that there is hypersensitivity to it (e.g., allergic reaction to aspirin, etc.).
|Dimensions||4.0 × 4.0 × 11.5 cm|