Servicetree Bud - Sorbus Domestica
Servicetree Bud, a product derived from the buds of a Mediterranean tree belonging to the Rosacea family. This remarkable tree thrives in high light conditions and takes several centuries, around 5-600 years, to reach maturity. Deeply rooted in dense calcareous soil, it produces fruits abundant in tannins, sorbitol, and vitamin C, while its buds possess a thick, viscous quality.
In the realm of Phytotherapy, Servicetree Bud has long been valued for its ability to enhance venous wall tone, much like Hawthorn does for arteries. Additionally, it serves as a potent lymphatic drainer, aiding in the reduction of buzzing sensations in the ears caused by lymphatic congestion.
- Promoting Venous Health
- Alleviating Lymphatic Stagnation
Phytoembryotherapy is a specialized branch of phytotherapy that harnesses the therapeutic potential of plant embryological tissues, such as buds and young shoots. These tissues contain "plant meristem" cells, which are undifferentiated cells with a high rate of division. They hold the plant's genetic blueprint and a wealth of beneficial phytochemicals, including growth factors, plant hormones, enzymes, nucleic acids, oligoelements, and phytonutrients like polyphenols and flavonoids. The use of embryological tissues is preferred because many of these vital components are lost as plants fully develop and chlorophyll formation takes place. Harvested in the spring, during the most active phase of the growth cycle, these tissues contain the highest levels of energetic components, further enhancing their therapeutic potential.
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