to apply during detoxification and drainage treatments
Certified organic & monitored:
Our organic wild garlic extract extract is continuously monitored and certified by the German ecological inspection board ABCERT (DE-ÖKO-006).
Our herbal extracts are striclty processed using plants that are certified to have been grown either organically or in the wild. The German pharmaceutical company which then further processes our herbal extracts must also comply with the of EU Organic Regulation’s demanding criteria. Finally, our production process uses bio-alcohol to ensure a gentle extraction of the requisite plant parts.
Organic wild garlic extract:
It is preferable to use coriander extract and wild garlic extract along with Chlorella algae during detoxification and drainage treatments.
Delivery, best before date:
All our shipments are of course protected against sunlight to ensure that no valuable nutrients are lost.
Shelf-life: 2 years if protected against sunlight
General information about wild garlic:
Wild garlic (Allium ursinum) is a species belonging to the Allium genus and is therefore related to chives, onions and garlic. This plant species grows in Europe and parts of Asia where it is especially widespread and common in forests. Wild garlic sprouts early and is a much valued wild vegetable that is often picked. Wild Garlic is also known as ramsons, buckrams, wild garlic, broad-leaved garlic, wood garlic, bear leek or bear's garlic. Wild garlic is a well-known vegetable, spice and medicinal plant. The entire plant is edible, but it is mainly the leaves that are used to make dipping sauces, herb butter and pesto, or as a vegetable in spring dishes. During the Middle Ages wild garlic was called Herba Salutaris and was used both as medicinal plant and as a food source. It was also believed to ward off bad luck.