Healing power of buds: gemmotherapy

Gemmotherapy? No chemotherapy! It is a form of phytotherapy in which buds or other fast-growing plant parts, as well as young shoots and hair roots of trees and shrubs, are used as a drainage agent for all kinds of conditions. These fresh buds are macerated with alcohol and glycerin. We then get a concentrated herbal tincture.


Analyzes show that these fast-growing plant parts and the extracts from them contain a large amount of plant growth hormones and other growth substances in addition to enzymes and amino acids. These substances have a strong biological effect in our body. This has been proven through scientific research. The scientists also discovered that gemmotherapy stimulates the RES. (our immune system), this effect can be measured using the “Halpern test”. The RES, reticuloendothelial system plays an important role in the excretion of the accumulated toxins in organs. One of the most important areas of action of gemmotherapy is “drainage”, or stimulating the body to excrete these toxic substances.
These drainage agents not only work on the excretory organs such as kidneys, liver and skin, but also on the blood and lymphatic system. The various gemmo preparations also have a fairly strong organotropic effect, for example Rosmarinus officinalis 1 D has a stimulating effect on the liver cells, Ficus carica has an effect on the stomach, Ribes nigrum on the adrenal glands. Gemmotherapy can be applied as a separate therapy, but the power of this therapy is that the doctor or therapist has a supportive weapon in the fight against, especially chronic diseases!

The herbs in gemmotherapy

  • Aesculus hippocastanum (Horse Chestnut) has a strengthening effect on the vascular walls. Prevents inflammation of varicose veins and has a beneficial effect on already inflamed vessel walls. Can be used for: Hemorrhoids, varicose veins. anal fissures.
  • Alnus glutinosa (Black alder) promotes blood flow to the capillaries and, like the chestnut, has an anti-inflammatory effect. Good results in the treatment of chronic colds of unclear origin and allergic rhinitis. Combined with Ribes nigrum it works against allergic asthma. Widely used after cerebral haemorrhages to neutralize their harmful effects. Can be used for: Chronic and allergic colds. Bronchitis. Bladder and kidney infections. Vein infections and urticaria.
  • Abies pectinata or Abies alba (Ziverspar) Ensures that the calcium content of the bones is maintained. Promotes the adhesion of calcium to the bones. Indicated for: Growth disorders, stimulates bone growth. Osteoporosis. Tooth decay, English disease, Osteomyelitis.
  • Acer campestris (Spanish oak) increases the body’s own defenses. In combination with Fraxinus excelsior (Es) for gallstones and gallbladder inflammation. Combined with Tilia tomentosa for anxiety and stress. To be used for: Shingles.
  • Ampelopsis veitchii (Wild Vine) is anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving. Mainly used for chronic inflammation of the musculoskeletal system. Indicated for: Arthritis and chronic rheumatism. Dupuytren’s disease. Connective tissue hardenings. Adhesions after operations, inflammation or accidents.
  • Betula pubescens (Soft birch) General tonic that increases the defense capabilities of the organism by combating physical and mental weakness. Intestinal tonic. Increasing drainage. Stimulates liver detoxification. Together with Succus Betulae (birch sap) it is a general drainage agent to remove uric acid. Indicated for: Gout
  • Carpinus betulus (Hornbeam) works on the nasopharynx and the respiratory tract. Promotes the healing of damaged mucous membranes. Relieving cramps in the above areas. Cough suppressive effect. In combination with Cornus sanguinea against bleeding caused by anti-coalgulants. Can be used for: Spastic and chronic tracheal infections. Smoker’s cough. Bronchitis. Poisoning due to anti-coalgulants (blood thinners).
  • Castanea Vesca (Sweet chestnut) has a strong effect on lymphatic circulation. Drainage of the lymphatic system in the legs. Can be used for: Varicose veins, venous congestion and cellulite.
  • Cedrus libani (cedar of Lebanon) is very good for dry eczema, i.e. for skin conditions in which keratinization disorders play a role. Can be used for: Dry eczema. Flaking eczema. Ichtyosis. Pruritus (Itching)
  • Cercis siliquastrum (Judas tree) has a good effect on patients with disturbed arterial circulation. Powerful effect on blood clotting; prevents arterial embolisms. Indicated for: Buerger’s disease. Inflammation of arterial blood vessels (Arteritis juvenilis) Retinal thrombosis.
  • Citrus limonum (Lemon tree) regulates the clotting time. The best remedy for acute thrombosis. Indicated for: Extended clotting time. Acute tissue death. Infarctions of all kinds. Bleeding in the skull, chest and abdomen.
  • Crataegus laevigata (Two-style hawthorn) An excellent heart remedy. Strengthens the heart muscle. Has an analgesic effect on heart pain. Can be used for: Heart failure. Heart cramps. Tachycardia. Arrhythmias. Angina pectoris. Shortness of exertion.
  • Corylus avellana (Hazel) restores the elasticity of the lung tissue. Has a stimulating effect on the liver tissue. Indicated for: Pulmonary fibrosis. Emphysema. Hepatic insufficiency. Shortness of breath. Cirrhosis of the liver.
  • Fagus sylvatica (Beech) Activates the kidneys. Increases urine production. Indicated for: Kidney stones. Renal insufficiency. Gout. Dropsy. Aftereffects of shock.
  • Ficus carica (Fig tree) normalizes gastric juice secretion. Healing effect on the stomach mucosa. Regulating effect on the para- and orthosympathetic nervous system. Prevents scarring of the stomach tissue. Can be used for: Stomach ulcers. Stomach mucosa inflammation. Air swallowing. Complaints of an accident: Headache, dizziness, empty or feeling of illness in the head.
  • Fraxinus excelsior (Es) Specific gout remedy for use in acute and chronic gout and in various conditions associated with an increased uric acid level in the blood. Indicated for: Gout acute and chronic
  • Ilex aquifolium (Hulst) In addition to a diuretic effect, it also reduces uric acid. Can be used for: Gout and high blood pressure.
  • Juglans Regia (Nut Tree) is a drainage agent for various skin conditions. Restores the intestinal flora. Indicated for: Skin infections. Infected eczema. Impetigo. Ulcus cruris (open leg) Chronic inflammation of the pancreas. Chronic inflammation of all kinds.
  • Juniperus communis (Juniper) Severe liver diseases. Aftereffects of jaundice, hepatitis. Varicose veins of the esophagus and stomach. Dropsy. Chronic renal pelvic inflammatory disease. Indicated for: Severe Hepatic Insufficiency. Cirrhosis of the liver. Jaundice. Portal high blood pressure.
  • Ligustrum vulgare (Privet) has a purifying and astringent effect on mucous membrane disorders. Can be used for: Canker sores. White tide. Diarrhea. Bronchitis. A sore throat.
  • Olea europea (Olive tree) is mainly used for high blood pressure. Reduction of cholesterol levels. Can be used for: High blood pressure, arteriosclerosis. Too high cholesterol.
  • Pinus montana (Mountain pine) Non-inflammatory rheumatism. Anti-arthritic effect. Combine with Ribes nigrum & Vitis vinifera for a long-lasting treatment. Can be used for: Osteoarthritis.
  • Populus nigrum (Black poplar) acts mainly on the arterial system of the lower limbs. Spasmodic action of the arteries of the lower extremities. Can be used for: Cramps in legs and feet. Arthritis in legs and feet with circulation disorders. Chronic rheumatism. Chronic polyarthritis
  • Prunus amygdalus (Almond tree) Normalizes the blood picture. Strengthens the blood pressure lowering effect of Olea Europea. Can be used for: Impaired blood clotting. Antisclerotic effect in the elderly.
  • Quercus pedunculata, Quercus robur (pedunculate oak) improves the defense mechanisms of the organism by combating physical and mental weakness (asthenia). To be used with Betula Pubescens. Indicated for: Stimulating the adrenal cortex. With high blood pressure. Fatigue. Overload. Drainage and general tonic.
  • Ribes nigrum (Blackcurrant) This important agent in gemmotherapy works on the adrenal cortex. Stimulates the secretion of anti-inflammatory hormones. Mild cortisone-like effect. Indicated for: Allergies. All types of inflammation
  • Rosa canina (Dog rose) for the treatment of migraines and headaches. Indicated for: Chronic headaches. Childhood throat and nose disorders. Growth disorders in children. Migraine (alternate with Ribes nigrum and Tilia tomentosa)
  • Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) Relieves cramps, regulates the gallbladder. Improves liver function. Indicated: Liver disorders, gallstones, chronic gallbladder inflammation.
  • Rubus idaeus (Raspberry) For gynecological disorders combine with Ribes nigrum. Inhibitory effect on the anterior pituitary gland. Regulation of ovarian secretion. To be used for menstrual complaints.
  • Rubus fructicosus (Blackberry) Effective in arterial disease such as inflammation of the arteries. Indicated for: chronic bronchitis, emphysema and artery infections.
  • Secale cereale (rye) Has a direct stimulating effect on the liver cell. In case of severe liver disorders combine with Juniperus communis (Juniper berry). To be used for: Hepatitis, Hepatic insufficiency. Jaundice.
  • Sequoia gigantea (Sequoiadendron giganteum / Giant sequoia) for the elderly, gives new strength physically & mentally. Restores corticosteroid levels in the blood. Combine with Ribes nigrum. Indicated for: Senile deterioration, age-related complaints and prostate disorders.
  • Sorbus domestica (Blackberry) increases the tension of the vein walls. In female patients: circulatory disorders caused by menopause. Can be used for: Heavy legs, varicose veins, circulation disorders. Phlebitis.
  • Syringa vulgaris (Lilac) Specific effect on the coronary arteries. Has an antispasmodic effect, resulting in better nutrition of the heart muscle. Combine with Crataegus. Indicated for: Angina pectoris. Mild, poor heart function. Malfunctions in the coronary arteries.
  • Tamarix gallica (French tamarisk) Promotes the production of red blood cells. Anemia. Increased cholesterol levels.
  • Tilia tomentosa (Silver lime) Sedative without side effects. Overstimulation. Insomnia. Neuroses. Bedwetting. Neuralgias. Mental unrest.
  • Ulmus campestris (Elm or Olm) Specific effect on the skin. Well applicable for eczema. Breaks down uric acids. Wet eczema. Acne. Impetigo.
  • Vaccinium vitis idaea (Hotberry) Regulation of intestinal function. All problems related to intestinal passage, diarrhea or constipation. Only if no organic abnormalities are present.
  • Viburnum lantana (Woolly snowball) Has a soothing effect on the lung part. Reduces bronchial spasms and restores respiratory function. To be used for asthma, CARA.
  • Viscum album (Mistletoe) is mainly used for the transition, to be combined with Sorbus domestica and Vitis vinifera (Vine). In case of osteoarthritis, alternate with Ribes nigrum and Pinus montana.
  • Zea mais (Maize) improves recovery of heart tissue after infarction. Post-treatment myocardial infarction. Protection against myocardial infarction.

These gemmo products are harmless products that must be prescribed under expert supervision . It is best that they are tailored personally.

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