English Walnut Bud - Juglans Regia
The English Walnut migrated to the southeastern regions of Europe during the last glacial age around 800BC. Thriving in deep and fertile calcareous soil, this unique tree features an outer shell resembling a miniature brain with distinct corrugations. Its nut is a rich source of omega-3 essential fatty acids, known for their beneficial impact on cerebral functions.
This botanical remedy aligns with individuals of a plethoric and sanguine temperament, characterized by a predisposition to warmth and susceptibility to metabolic ailments. Notably, the English Walnut exhibits immunoglobulin stimulating properties.
Beyond its impact on the immune system, the English Walnut boasts digestive purification attributes, making it valuable in addressing chronic mucous membrane suppurations. Its profound and depurative actions on digestion contribute to the alleviation of various skin conditions.
Moreover, the English Walnut demonstrates a primary affinity for the pancreas, playing a supportive role in cases of pancreatic insufficiency and malabsorption syndromes. Through its stimulating effects on pancreatic secretions, this botanical entity actively contributes to improving pancreatic functionality and overall digestive well-being.
Phytoembryonic plant medicine, similar to western botanical medicine, relies on the extraction of a variety of plant phytochemicals, nutrients, and energetics to exert therapeutic effects. The plant bud, composed mainly of meristem cells, is the most concentrated and vital part of the plant, since it houses all of a plant's developmental information. Meristem cells are undifferentiated embryological tissue capable of specializing function based on living conditions. Thus, meristem cells are the factory, motor, and blueprints for an immature plant, giving functional instructions to the embryonic tissue, and driving its growth to thrive in a specific environment.
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