Product Code: P-ALER
- Silver Linden (Tilia tomentosa)
- Fig (Ficus carica)
- Olive (Olea europaea)
Protection from outer aggression in emotional subjects
This Phytotherapy targets the cortico-hypothalamic axis by regulating the endocrine response to emotional dysregulation and psychosomatic symptoms. In doing so, the combinations is considered calming to the nervous system. Traditionally it has been used for obsessive-compulsive disorders and spasmophilia of the intestine. It is particularly effective for individuals with emotional sensitivity and fragility.
Fig is considered the guardian of digestion. It was traditionally used to help ‘digest the aggression’ from the outside and regulate gut-brain axis dysfunction. Animal studies have shown fig can downregulate the anxiety-response. Fig’s affinity for the digestive system is evident from recent RCT trials. Fig is shown to improve functional constipation and has also been suggested as a first-line treatment for IBS-C- based on finding from a single-blind RCT by Pourmasoumi M., et al (2018) .
Silver Linden is considered a great remedy for the nervous system. Traditionally used for sleep and somatization such as anxious gastritis. Silver linden has sedative effects due to the volatile oils such as citral, citronellal, citronellol, eugenol, and limonene. For example, Turrini F., et al, (2020) found that supplementation of Silver Linden in mice reduced anxiety-related behavior . Silver linden is shown to act as GABA and benzodiazepine (BDZ) agonists. It can activate hippocampal GABAergic synapses associated with sedative and anxiolytic response .
Additional animal studies have shown that Tilia tomentosa induces intestinal relaxation by mediating by nitric oxide pathways .
Olive is traditionally considered a protector of the brain and by extension protects the nervous tissues, it repairs lived “scars” both physical and psychic. Protector of the brain it’s an anti-neurotic and anti-sclerotic. On a mental-spiritual level, elm-fig and olive protect emotional subjects from outer aggression.
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