White Willow (Tree Bud Extract), Salix alba


1.7fl oz (50 ml)

The primary action of White Willow is as a sedative harmonizer for CNS and ANS with cholinergic effects on the Autonomic system. 

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In the Restoring Immunity System:

Used in microdose at Stage 1, White Willow addresses generalized anxiety and states of overwhelm and shutdown.

It is also used in microdose for acute panic attacks.

The buds of this friend of water are the source of White Willow Gemmotherapy Extract. Native to central Europe and widespread throughout temperate and cold regions of the northern hemisphere, it lives on the banks of rivers and lakes. Rapidly growing but of poor longevity, it can reach 75 feet (25 meters) tall and 80 to 200 years old. The White Willow can cope with deep, cool, moist and even poor soil, but it needs a lot of light and enjoys the company of poplars and alders. It is found in the vicinity of rivers, streams, lakes and in alluvial valleys. Its roots are shallow and tracing, they extend away from the tree in a network of fine roots, keeping the banks moist.

White Willow has long been used since ancient times. Already used in 100 years after Christus for the treatment of rheumatic diseases, the consecration at the world level came with the synthesizing of acetylsalicylic acid, namely aspirin, in 1892. Hippocrates and Dioscorides already used it to fight against fevers, and it was Paracelsus (16th century) who made the link between fevers and rheumatism appearing in subjects living near marshy lands and their treatment by the White Willow growing on their banks.


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: 18%
  • Water: 44%

Not for children under the age of 6 or for those with allergies to aspirin.