(Cornus Sanguinea)

Polycrest: Bone marrow stimulant, it’s known for its anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, and astringent properties

Primary Actions: Detoxifies the heart and arteries; maintains blood fluidity; stimulates Kupfer cells of the liver.

Therapeutic Actions:

  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-necrotic (in first stages of post infarc)
  • Astringent
  • Analgesic
  • Antimalarial
  • Antibacterial

Clinical Indications:

  • Acute thrombosis, post stent surgery, coronary insufficiency
  • Helps stop hemorrhaging
  • Great for overall heart health
  • Fights against Plummer’s Disease and gout
  • Aids against lung infection
  • Can be beneficial during menopause for hot flashes
  • Dizziness, shock, trauma and blurred vision

Botanical name: Cornus Sanguinea
Family: Cornaceae
All common names: Dogwood, Cornel, and Dogtree
Plant Type:  Deciduous shrub or small tree
Mature Height: Between 3-6 meters
Foliage:  Opposite, simple, oval leaves with entire margins
Native to:  Northern Hemisphere, including North America, Europe, and East Asia
Fruit:  A small, oval drupe, often bright red in color, containing one or two seeds
Blooms:  Flat-topped clusters of small, white, or cream flowers, usually blooming in spring or early summer.

Energetics:  Heart opening: brings vitality and life force into the present while creating flow and movement