Celery supports the liver function and has an action purifying.
It is also used to fight against warts by smearing locally.
In this case, it replaces advantageously the mother tincture of thuja which has become unavailable...
The mother tincture of chelidonia is a hydroalcoholic extract This product is made from a maceration of fresh chelidonia plant in alcohol.
3 x 20 to 30 drops per day in a little water or fruit juice for liver drainage.
Apply locally a few drops 3 times a day to treat warts.
The mother tincture of Celidonia is labelled as a food supplement because it can be recommended for internal use (by the drop, with the help of a professional) to drain the liver.
Recipe for the most stubborn warts:
In a 10 ml bottlemix it up:
2 ml ofessential oil from Tea Tree.
2 ml ofessential oil from Ravintsara.
2 ml ofessential oil of mountain savory.
Complete with the mother tincture of chelidonia.
After having energetically stirred your bottle, apply twice a day, after washing, a drop of this mixture on the wart and cover with a bandage.
This mixture cannot be used during pregnancy, breastfeeding and in children under 6 years of age.
For these people, use the mother tincture of chelidonia alone
Chelidonium majus 100% hydroalcoholic extract (alcohol*, chelidonia* (flowering aerial part), water).
*Ingredients from Organic Agriculture.
Equivalences : 75 drops = 3,4 g of extracts = 2200 mg of flowering aerial part of chelidonia.
Bottle of 50 ml.
How is a dye obtained?
A mother tincture is a concentrated hydroalcoholic plant extract with a very high content of active ingredients.
The tinctures are mainly (>70%) produced from fresh plants from controlled organic cultivation wherever possible. Depending on the moisture content and species, up to 750 g of fresh plants are used per litre of tincture.
A fresh plant releases its contents best when dissolved. However, the use of fresh plants is not always possible or desirable. The borage tincture, for example, is produced from dried 2-year-old bark.
The plants are finely chopped as soon as they are harvested and macerated in alcohol (= cold infusion) for at least 3 weeks. Alcohol is not only an ideal solvent for the extraction of the active ingredients, but it is also a technically pure product and an excellent preservative. By stirring the mixture daily, the dissolution of the active ingredients is stimulated.
After this period, the maceration is decanted and the plant residues are pressed so that only a compact mass remains, consisting mainly of cellulose. After filtration of the liquid phase, a clear solution with a minimum of 45% alcohol is obtained. The tincture is then analysed to check its conformity with the standards.
Dyes Ladrôme are produced according to the prescriptions of a pharmacopoeia specifying, among other things, the part of the plant used (seed, leaf, flower, etc.) and the percentage of alcohol so that the preparation is always uniform
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