Corn Root Bark - Zea Mays
Zea Mays, derived from corn, is not classified as a tree. In Gemmotherapy, the medicinal component utilized is the rootlets of this plant.
Zea Mays is primarily recognized for its anti-inflammatory properties in the arterial and myocardial spheres. It aids in expediting the healing of the myocardium and reducing transaminase levels following an infarction. When combined with Syringa Vulgaris, it can help prevent further deterioration.
Furthermore, Zea Mays is indicated for both kidney inflammation and urinary tract inflammations.
It is important to exercise caution when administering this Gemmotherapy, as high doses of Zea Mays may induce fatigue.
- Arterial Inflammation
- Kidney Inflammation
- Myocardial Inflammation
- Urinary Tract Inflammation
Zea Mays demonstrates a particular affinity for post-infarction cicatrization of cardiac tissue and contributes to the reduction of blood transaminase levels. This remedy is recommended for conditions such as sequelae of myocardial infarction, kidney inflammation, and urinary tract infections.
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