Betula pubescens Bud
Betula Pubescens Bud is a central drainer for a number of body systems. Its action reduces urea, cholesterol and uric acid levels. Primarily, this remedy is used to detoxify the liver, but it is also indicated as a complementary remedy for conditions such as osteoarthritis and arteriosclerosis.
Gemmotherapy uses the extracts of fresh buds, young shoots, rootlets, or saps from developing plants, where the plant’s life essence is at its peak in the young growths. UNDA Gemmotherapy remedies are prepared in a natural glycerin and organic ethanol medium, which is then filtered and potentized at a 1/10th dilution (1X Hahnemannian) in a pure water, natural glycerin and organic ethanol medium. These complex remedies are macerated for increased patient compliance. This methodology captures the most complete set of highly-concentrated active constituents necessary for tissue regeneration, favourable growth development and essential drainage properties. UNDA Gemmotherapy facilitates Biotherapeutic Drainage™ and is an excellent adjunct to the UNDA Numbered Compounds.
Established over half a century ago in Belgium, UNDA is renowned for manufacturing exceptional homeopathic products utilized in supporting immune, lymphatic and endocrine systems. In the production of all homeopathic remedies UNDA uses only pure materials and herbs that are biodynamically grown or wildcrafted. UNDA produces a broad range of homeopathic products in various potencies including: the unique Numbered Compounds, Gemmotherapy macerates, Schüessler Tissue Salts, Gammadyn Oligo-Elements, Organotherapy, Plexes, creams and oils, as well as homeopathic compatible dental care.
White Birch (Betula pubescens)
Bud Extract (1:200) 1.25 ml *
6.25 mg Dried Equivalent
Adults and Children (over 12 years): Take 50 drops (1.25 ml) three times daily in a small amount of water, or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner.
If symptoms persist or worsen, consult your healthcare practitioner. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, do not use, unless
directed by your healthcare practitioner
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