Corylus Avellana

Polycrest: Hepatitis C and all viral strains of hepatitis, including alcoholic-induced hepatitis and associated diarrhea, and marked hepatic insufficiency.

Primary Actions: Anti-scar tissue agent and potent phyto-oncological agent. Reduces cholesterol, fatty liver, and dyspepsia; Prevents fibrosis and supports mesenchymal connective tissue.

Therapeutic Actions:

  • Anti-coagulant
  • Reduces scar tissue
  • Antibiotic
  • Anti-oxidant
  • Anti-arthritic

Clinical Indications:

  • Increases red blood cell count for hypochromic anemia
  • Prevents blood clotting
  • Reduces oxidative stress and cholesterol
  • Lung detoxifier, especially for smokers and good for smoker’s cough with blood in the sputum.
  • Restores pulmonary elasticity
  • Prevents the formation of cataracts
  • Helps with sunburn, diaper rash, scalds, bedsores, eczema that leaves scars, and insect bites

Botanical name: Corylus Avellana

Family (Botanic): Betulaceae

Common Names: Common Hazel, Hazelnut

Plant Type: Deciduous Tree

Mature Height: 12-20 feet

Foliage: Broad, heart-shaped leaves

Native to: Europe, Western Asia

Fruit: Hazelnut

Blooms: Late winter to early spring

Energetics: Reminds you to breathe to ignite your life force energy; Invites you to move freely and unencumbered; Brings grounding and trust.