Lilac (Shrub Bud Extract), Syringa vulgaris

$14.00

1.7fl oz (50 ml)

Lilac’s primary action is as a tonic for the heart, restoring tissues by improving blood supply to damaged tissue. The secondary action of Lilac acts as a tonic of the central and autonomic nervous system, offering pain relief for the peripheral nerves. It also improves blood formula. Indirectly, it offers protection to kidneys and heart tissue.

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In the Restoring Immunity System:

Used in microdose, in Stage 1, Lilac mobilizes individuals out of the Dorsal Vagal state of shutdown to safely engage.

At Stage 3, in full dose, Lilac is a protector for the heart and the brain. 

This ornamental shrub provides its buds for the elaboration of the Lilac gemmotherapy extract. Originally from Asia Minor and Southeastern Europe, it was only introduced to Spain in 982 and in the sixteenth century in the rest of Europe where it was cultivated as a decorative plant thanks to its impressive flowering and delicious fragrance. Lilac grows in rich, neutral or calcareous soils, preferably dry, without stagnant moisture. It withstands temperatures down to -4°F (-20°C) and adapts to strong light. It can reach 15 feet (5 meters) high. Its roots tend to sprout forming large clusters from a single plant. Its first flowers, grouped in panicles and very fragrant, do not appear until the age of 5 years. The whole plant is very bitter.

In ancient times, flowers were used to prepare a massage oil for athletes, joint pain and rheumatism. This oil was also used in rituals to promote mental balance, purification and to improve psychic powers. The bark was used as a decoction against intermittent fevers, as a substitute for cinchona.

Disclaimer

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Gemmotherapy extracts are not meant to diagnose‚ treat or cure any disease or medical condition. Please consult your practitioner before using these or any product during pregnancy or if you have a serious medical condition.

  • Plant: 5%
  • Glycerine: 33%
  • Ethanol: 32%
  • Water: 30%

Increasing blood flow to heart, Lilac can lead to palpitations or irregular heatbeat; and to brain, it can cause lightheaded sensation.