Gemmotherapy Test Kit

Unda
$126.00

Gemmotherapy Professional Test Kit/50 Vials                              
Gemmotherapy uses the extracts of fresh buds, young shoots, rootlets, seeds or saps from developing plants, where the plant’s life essence is at its peak in the young growths. UNDA Gemmotherapy remedies are prepared in a natural glycerin and organic ethanol medium, which is then filtered and potentized at a 1/10th dilution (1X Hahnemannian) in a pure water, natural glycerin and organic ethanol medium. These complex remedies are macerated for increased patient compliance. This methodology captures the most complete set of highlyconcentrated active constituents necessary for tissue regeneration, favorable growth development and essential drainage properties. UNDA Gemmotherapy facilitates Biotherapeutic Drainage™ and is an excellent adjunct to the UNDA Numbered Compounds.

 1) Abies alba (formerly Abies pectinata)
 2) Acer campestre 
 3) Aesculus hippocastanum
 4) Alnus glutinosa
 5) Alnus incana
 6) Ampelopsis weitchii
 7) Betula pendula (bud) [formally Betula verrucosa (bud)]
 8) Betula pendula (sap) [formerly Betula alba (sap)]
 9) Betula pendula (seed)[formerly verrucosa (seed)
10) Betula pubesens (bud)
11) Carpinus betulus
12) Castanea vesca
13) Cedrus libani
14) Cercis siliquastrum
15) Citrus limonum
16) Cornus sanguinea
17) Corylus avellana
18) Crataegus oxyacantha
19) Fagus sylvatica
20) Ficus carica
21) Fraxinus excelsior
22) Ilex aquifolium
23) Julgans regia
24) Juniperus communis
25) Ligustrum vulgare
26) Lonicera nigra
27) Olea europaea
28) Pinus montana
29) Plantanus orientalis
30) Populus nigra
31) Prunus amygdalus (bud)
32) Prunus amygdalus (rootlet)
33) Quercus pedonculata
34) Ribes nigrum
35) Rosa canina
36) Rosemarinus officinalis
37) Rubus fruticosus
38) Rubus idaeus
39) Secale cereale
40) Sequoia gigantea
41) Sorbus domestica
42) Syringa vulgaris
43) Tamarix gallica 
44) Tilia tomentosa
45) Ulmus campestris
46) Vaccinium vitis-idaea
47) Viburnun lantana
48) Viscum album
49) Vitis vinifera
50) Zea Mays (formrerly Zea mais)

 

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