Syringa Vulgaris is of Persian origin. It was introduced to France in 1597 for the beautiful perfume of its flowers as ornamentals in French gardens.
Syringa Vulgaris aids in decreasing arteriospasms Syringa Vulgaris can be used both pre and post infarct to help alter a risky terrain when combined with the proper corresponding remedies. Extreme caution must be exerted when using this remedy.
Low doses only are to be used in the elderly due to the positive ionotropic actions which can cause pounding of the heart.INDICATIONS
Syringa Vulgaris has a specific action on the arteries of the heart
. It is an anti-spasmodic remedy that improves circulation to the myocardium by vasodilation. This remedy is indicated for conditions such as angina pectoris and other cardiac disorders.
Indications: Angina, Arterial Circulation, Arterial Congestion, Circulatory System Support, Heart Conditions, Venous Problems
Each Drop (0.025 ml) Contains:
Lilac (Syringa vulgaris) Bud Extract (1:200)
Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Glycerin, ethanol (beet),
purified waterRecommended Dose:
(Adults and Children over 12 years old)
Take 50 drops (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