Ficus Carica originated in Asia Minor, North Africa, and naturalized throughout Italy, Spain and the south of France. It grows in uncultivatable soil and regenerates these intolerable terrains making the soil hospitable for other plant species to grow. Many parts of this tree contain an acrid and caustic milky substance that reflects the trees doctrine for treating acidic and ulcerous conditions. While on the other hand, the figs, the fruits of this tree, are nourishing and rich in sugars, mucilages and oligo-elements. Ficus Carica is a key remedy in Gemmotherapy. For it was under this fig tree that Buddha reached enlightenment and Ficus gained the reputation of being the "friend of philosophers" for its calming actions on the mental sphere.
It exerts a powerful regulatory action in the cerebral hemisphere along the cortico-hypothalamic axis to balance the realm of emotions, anguish, fears and obsessions. Ficus Carica has been defined as the psychosomatic regulator of the stomach.
These 'emotional digester' qualities rendered Ficus Carica the primary remedy for treating digestive disturbances of an emotional origin ranging from esophageal dysphagia, hiatal hernias, reflux disorders and stomach cramps. When combined with Olea Europea, Ficus Carica helps minimize damage in cases of facial neuralgia.INDICATIONS
Obsessive and Anxious Neurosis
Ficus Carica is a multifunctional remedy whose main action is on the maturation of blocked biological phenomena such as infections, thrombosis, sclerosis, and necrosis. It is effective when the symptoms are caused by external or internal stress. Ficus also has an effect on the cell maturation of the autonomic nervous system and can be used for hypotrophy of the mucous membranes of the digestive tract. Due to its general hypocoagulant action and its action on dyslipidemia, it is also effective in the treatment of certain types of atherosclerosis with hypoglobulinemia, especially for patients who have deficiencies in assimilation. Ficus is also an important remedy for ulcers and gastritis. This remedy is indicated for conditions such as obsessive and anxious neurosis, gastric and peptic ulcers, psychosomatic difficulties, and facial neuralgia.
Each Drop (0.025 ml) Contains:
Fig (Ficus carica) Bud Extract (1:200)
Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Glycerin, ethanol (beet),
` Recommended Dose:
(Adults and Children over 12 years old)
Take 50drops (1.25 ml) three times daily in a small amount of
water, or as recommended by your healthcare practitioner.
Gemmotherapy Remedy to be used on the advice of your
Risk Information: If symptoms persist or worsen, consult
your healthcare practitioner. If you are pregnant or
breastfeeding, do not use, unless directed by your healthcare