Tamarix gallica Tamarix Gallica originates from India. Traditionally, the tamarind fruits were used as digestive aids in chutneys and eventually migrated to Europe with the British and became incorporated into English condiments.
The primary action of Tamarix Gallica is as a bone marrow stimulant to create an increase in erythropoesis and erythrocyte formation. For these reasons, Tamarix Gallica can be used in the treatment of acquired thrombocytopenia, hypochromic anemias, and as an iron metabolism stimulant. Tamarix Gallica as Gemmotherapy accelerates the convalescent recovery of the immune system in cases of mononucleosis and Eosinophilic Granulomas. Due to the hypercoagulant nature of this Gemmotherapy and the potential risks of clot formation, this remedy must be used by licensed professionals who can monitor blood levels within a safe range. Prolonged use of Tamarix Gallica is contraindicated in arteriosclerosis and hyperviscosity states.INDICATIONS
Bone Marrow Stimulant
Tamarix Gallica is characterized mainly by its hypercoagulant action. This remedy plays an important role in the erythropoesis and thrombolytic series by activating iron and cholesterol metabolism,
correcting a deficit in the regeneration of the thrombin. Like many other plants, it also acts as an anti-thromboplastic element. Tamarix Gallica is indicated for conditions such as hypochromic anemia, mononucleosis and hypocoagulation.
Each Drop (0.025 ml) Contains:
Tamarix (Tamarix gallica) Young Shoot 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