Grey Alder
(Alnus Incana)

Polycrest: Aids in emotional integration while regulating autoimmune issues. Helps with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis as well as poison ivy/oak.

Primary Actions: Inhibits Ca2+ channel blockers and is very effective for severe inflammatory and thrombotic conditions. Halts neurological degeneration.

Therapeutic Actions:

  • Anti-thrombotic
  • Pro heart health
  • Anti-cancer and anti-tumor
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Anti-arthritic
  • Anti-Inflammatory

Clinical Indications:

  • Utilized in heart treatments and can minimize damage to heart tissue
  • Used as a treatment for people with arthritis
  • Halts the neurological degeneration in people with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, progressive supranuclear palsy, and multiple sclerosis
  • Can be used as a steroid-free topical treatment for flair-ups of eczema, psoriasis, acne, and boils.
  • A topical treatment for people suffering from poison ivy/oak.

Botanical Name: Alnus Incana

Family (Botanic): Betulaceae

Common Names: Grey Alder, Speckled Alder

Plant Type: Deciduous tree

Mature Height: The tree can reach up to 15-20 meters under optimal conditions.

Foliage: The leaves are alternate, simple, and have a grey-green color. The leaves turn yellow in autumn before falling.

Native to: Europe, including Scandinavia and Russia, extending to Siberia. It is also found in North America

Fruit: The fruits are small, rounded, and brownish in color. They contain numerous tiny winged seeds.

Blooms: Grey Alder blooms in early spring, producing catkins.

Energetics: Self-love; Remembering your radiance; Experiencing life with childlike eyes