G3 Cal-Gem Herbal Gem
It reduces nervousness and combats stress very quickly.
Ficus carica (Fig buds) is an extraordinary remedy because it acts in depth on the endocrine system contributing thus to the regulation of a good number of problems. At the nervous level, its calming action is well known and remarkable. It is an anti-anguish of first order, useful to neutralise the effects of stress, internal as well as external. It acts in any nervous disorder (spasmophilia, epilepsy, facial neuralgia, insomnia…). Ficus carica macerate has a characteristic action on hormones which form an important regulating system in our body. Active in the brain (cortico-hypothalamic axis), it works in existential depression, neurosensorial balance, psychosomatic affections, subjective syndromes… and improves the overall condition. Promotes the action of Tilia tomentosa (action on the «spleen-pancreas» energetic system)
Ribes nigrum (Black currant buds) in addition to all its well-known properties, reinforces the action of the buds or essential oils with which it is associated. Adaptogenic.
… and three essential oils:
Lavandula officinalis (Lavender oil) has an antispasmodic action which is useful in anguish, sleep disorders, nervousness, and various cramps. It plays the role of energetic cleansing of the psyche. Paracelse already advised it in mental diseases, hysteria, manias. It is indicated in cramps in the solar plexus, calms violent emotions, and exerts a sedative action, purifying negative emotions. It brings harmony and balance.
Angelica archangelica (Angelica) ingredient of lots of abbey liquors is known as a longevity herb similar to ginseng. It is recommended in psychological instability (agitated, hurried up), fear of conflicts, precipitation. It develops inner strength and capacity for decision making.
Citrus aurantium (Neroli-bitter orange) is mainly known for its hydrosol or floral water of orange flowers. These flowers, traditionally composing the wedding headdress, would have the virtue of alleviating the anxiety of the first wedding night. Neroli, the essential oil of bitter orange, has a deeply relaxing effect which acts as a bumper against energetic shocks. It acts rapidly in case of psychological shocks, restores self-confidence, calms excessive nervousness, fears, and alleviates palpitations.
Used for afflictions of the nervous system
Reduces nervousness, anxiety.
Acts against emotional shocks.
Combats stress and brings relaxation.
Recommendations for use:
Take the drops before meals, pure or diluted in water. For optimum results, put them directly on the tongue and wait for a few seconds before swallowing.
Adults and children > 12 years: prevention: 5-10 drops or 1-2 sprays daily. Start with 5 drops or 1 spray and increase by 1 drop every day until you obtain a stable result.
Adults and children > 12 years: treatment: 5 drops or 1 spray, 3 times daily.
Gemmotherapy is a branch of phytotherapy that uses buds and young shoots of trees and shrubs. Gathered in the spring at a key stage of their natural growth cycle, buds and young shoots are freshly handpicked and put in maceration in a solution of water, alcohol and glycerin to extract all their active principles.
HerbalGem’s complexes are a combination of carefully selected single bud and young shoot extracts, acting in synergy to target a specific health problem.
Ingredients | Each drop contains:
Ficus carica* (Fig) (Buds) (1:20)…………………………………. 0.025 ml
Ribes nigrum* (Black currant) (Buds) (1:20)……………………. 0.025 ml
Non-medicinal ingredients: lavender oil*, angelica arch. oil*, bitter orange oil*, alcohol*, water, vegetal glycerin.
*Organic certification by Certisys-BE1
Adults and children > 12 years 5-15 drops daily, between meals, pure or diluted in water, or as directed by a health care practitioner.
- Consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist or worsen.
- Do not use if you are pregnant or breastfeeding unless directed by a health care practitioner.
- Do not use if safety seal is broken.
- Keep out of reach of small children.
For more information please consult your health care practitioner.