Field Maple (Tree Bud Extract), Acer campestre
1.7fl oz (50 ml)
The primary action of Field Maple is on the liver and the secondary action on gallbladder as a harmonizer.
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In the Restoring Immunity System:
In Stage 1, Field Maple is used in microdose to harmonize the autonomic nervous system, stabilize the mood and improve sleep.
In acute protocol, it is used in higher doses to reduce intercostal nerve pain and to support immunity.
The buds of this small deciduous tree are used for the preparation of the Field Maple Gemmotherapy Extract. Tree of mineral and base-rich soils, it grows in limestone plateau forests and forest edges, in hedgerows, fallow land and pre-woodland. It enjoys the presence of beeches, oaks and hornbeams. It withstands temperatures down to -4°F (-20°C). It grows slowly but easily colonizes the soil. This small tree of 20 to 24 feet (7 to 8 meters) can live up to 150 years and has strong, deep roots. Its hard and strong wood has been used to make tools and musical instruments; Antonio Stradivarius was the first violin maker to use it to make his precious violins. Native to Europe and the Caucasus, the Field Maple is widespread throughout much of Europe, North Africa and Western Asia.
Indications related to its traditional use are rare. Probably because the Ancient Greeks associated it with Phobos, the god of fear. Among the Celts, the Field Maple was, for the Druids, the messenger of the gods, its sap calmed impulsive and violent spirits. Popular tradition recognizes in the Field Maple tree a source of tranquility.
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- Plant: 5%
- Glycerine: 33%
- Ethanol: 18%
- Water: 44%