Heather embeds itself at the forest’s edge, where its roots penetrate the soil to form an impenetrable barrier that blocks and prevents other species from growing.
This doctrine mimics its therapeutic uses in the treatment of scleroamyloidosis. If amyloidosis has fixated into the tissues, it is too late for this remedy. It is geared towards treating evolutive degenerative amyloidosis of the brain, liver, adrenals, digestive mucous membranes, kidneys and endocrine glands back towards a hyalinizined state.
Heather is comprised of tannins, as well as antiseptic and diuretic flavonoids, and the alkaloid ericodine. The plant is used for urinary problems as the flowers have an affinity for cystitis and urinary infections as a primary action with asecondary affinity for biliary lithiasis.
Heather is beneficial in the treatment of chronic hypoimmune and post-inflammation syndromes. It acts on prolonged suppurative diseases as well as osteomyelitis, chronic fibrous tuberculosis and chronic pyelonephritis.