Wild Oats (Root Extract), Avena Sativa

$14.00

1.7fl oz (50 ml)

Wild Oats primary action is as a harmonizer for the CNS and ANS with adaptogenic effect when faced with extreme physical or mental stress. Its secondary action is as a harmonizer for the endocrine system, mild tonic effect on kidneys. Indirectly, it has a calming but not sedative effect and stimulates appetite.

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In the Restoring Immunity System:

Wild Oat used in microdose at Stage 1 addresses depressive states of overwhelm and shutdown, especially good for longstanding symptoms.

The roots of this cereal are the source of Wild Oat Gemmotherapy Extract. Contrary to the other extracts, Wild Oat belongs to the Poaceae family. There are few monocotyledons used in Femmotherapy and almost all are from the Poaceae (ex-Graminaceae) family. The Oat is a herbaceous plant native to Southeast Europe or West Asia and now widespread. The appearance of cereals allowed man to stabilize. They were at the base of all subsequent evolutionary solutions until the birth of agriculture in the Neolithic period. Since then, the alliance between man and cereals has never ceased. Oat grain has a high nutritional value with an average of 7% fat, 13.5% protein and 60% carbohydrates.

In the Middle Ages, Oats were used as a cataplasm to treat liver abscesses and gout. It is only in the 19th century that some European doctors brought to light its fortifying, diuretic, laxative, calming and relieving properties. Oatmeal is considered a premium food for children, convalescents, and the elderly.

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: 18%
  • Water: 44%

Wild Oat has estrogenic and testosterone actions – avoid in case of hormone-dependent cancers.