Dog Rose Young Shoot- Phytogen
Description: Dog Rose belongs to the innumerable species of wild roses that grow almost everywhere in the forests of Europe, North Africa and Asia. These plants are rigorous and durable and they can adapt to grow on many rough terrains.
In Phytotherapy, Dog Rose helps treat local inflammations. Its primary action is on the sphere of the ear, nose and throat as an anti-inflammatory and regenerator of these upper respiratory tract mucous membranes.
Dog Rose works on a deficient, fatigued, anemic and demineralized terrain.
It has tremendous effects in fatigued children and convalescent adults by stimulating the defenses in viral etiologies with repeated rhinopharyngitis as well as nasal and buccal herpes simplex outbreaks.
This gripping vine also has an anti-infectious action on the colon that helps protect and stimulate the defenses.
- Migraines and Headaches
- Childhood Rhinopharyngitis
- Oral Herpes
- Children’s Throat Infections
- Chronic Sinusitis (Adult)