Birch Mother Tincture, extracted from the leaves ofBetula pendula, is a Phytotherapeutic Remedy used efficiently as a diuretic, which is combined with anti-inflammatory virtues .
Let’s find out more about it.
Birch Mother Tincture: what is it and what are the benefits?
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Birch plant, what is it?
This type of Birch is a plant from the cold and is in fact considered the queen of the forests of Russia, Finland and Lapland but lives in all countries in Europe except Spain and Greece.
In Italy it can be found more or less wild throughout the Alps and Apennines.
What is birch used for? Let's find out the properties of birch:
Phytotherapy, a science dealing with the use of herbal medicines for the treatment of human diseases, attributes the
diuretic and anti-inflammatory properties.
Its beneficial properties are mainly attributable, thanks in part to studies conducted, to the presence of Flavonoids (primarily the
), which would appear to be useful in accelerating the formation of ‘ urine.
In addition to the already mentioned Flavonoids, we also find important compounds such as. tannins, essential oils, salicidal glycosides, flavonoids, vitamin C, betulin, betulioretic acid, and caffeic acid.
Birch Mother Tincture:
The solvent most commonly used in mother tinctures is a hydroalcoholic solution (water + alcohol) with a varying gradation (most often between 60° and 80°) depending on the solubility of the actives to be extracted.
Birch mother tincture is an herbal preparation extracted from the
of the White Birch plant(Betulla Pendula Roth) , which are macerated in the ratio 1:10 in a solution of water and Alcohol.
This is an herbal remedy believed to be useful for draining and detoxifying the body.
Birch Glyceric Macerate: what is it?
In recent years, Mother Tinctures extracted with the
instead of Alcohol, which makes them better in several respects.
In addition, since Glycerin is a less potent type of solvent and therefore less extractive than Alcohol, innovative extraction techniques are used, such as the
Ultrasonic Extra ction is an extraction technique.
, easy and quick to perform, which allows the extraction of active ingredients from plants and medicinal plants in particular and the production of quality phytoextracts by exploiting the exclusively mechanical action exerted by the cavitation effect produced by sound waves.
Alcohol-free Birch Mother Tincture is obtained by hydro-glyceric maceration of White Birch leaves, again at a ratio of 1:10, and is an innovative type of
, which having been obtained by the ultrasonic process, makes it better from several points of view.
We at Vonderweid, thanks to our 20 years of experience in the field of Food Supplementsand after a long process of research and development in our laboratories for the production of
Non-alcoholic Mother Tinctures
, we have managed to obtain a product with the desired characteristics.
Our non-alcoholic mother tinctures are classified as.
and are regularly notified to the
Ministry of Health
Birch Glyceric Macerate: properties and indications
- Promotes drainage ofbody fluids
- Useful for urinary tract function
- Useful for the depurative functions of theorganism
All of these claims are
by Italian Ministry of Health for their physiological effects aimed at “optimizing the body’s functions in the context of homeostasis.”
Birch Glyceric Macerate: how many drops to take?
For the intake of
, we recommend the use of 20 drops for 2 to 3 times a day to be diluted in a glass of water.
Always remember that Supplements should not be intended as substitutes for a varied and balanced diet and should be used as part of a healthy lifestyle.
Also, do not exceed the recommended daily dose and keep out of reach of children under 3 years old.
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BIRCH FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
There are approximately 40 species of Birch native to the Boreal Hemisphere and they all have in common that they have very decorative bark and typical inflorescences called catkins.
The most famous birch species are White Bir ch (BetullaPendula and Betulla Pubescens), Chinese Bir ch(Betulla Albosinensis), Yellow Bir ch(Betulla Lutea), Ermani Birch, River Bir ch(Betulla Nigra), Himalayan Birch (BetullaUtilis), and Etna Birch.
In folk medicine, the leaves and charcoal obtained from birch wood are used, which, made into powder, can reduce intestinal meteorism.
From the bark, on the other hand, so-called birch oil is obtained, used in the treatment of psoriasis and other dermatoses, or an anti-inflammatory decoction indicated in rheumatic conditions.
Young birch leaves contain flavonoids, saponins and salicyl glycosides, as well asessential oil and vitamins that can be used for their diuretic effect.
Birch Pendula is the species of birch most commonly used in Phytotherapy.
Birch Mother Tincture is an herbal preparation extracted from the leaves of the White Birch plant(Betulla Pendula Roth) , which are macerated in a 1:10 ratio in a solution of water and Alcohol.
This is an herbal remedy believed to be useful for drain e detoxify thebody.
Its draining properties are mainly attributable, thanks in part to studies conducted, to the presence of Flavonoids (primarily the
), which would appear to be useful inaccelerating the formation of urine.
Birch promotes the drainageof body fluids,is useful for the function of the urinary tract is useful for the depurative functions of theBody