Hazel, scientific name Corylus avellana, is a plant belonging to the Betulaceae family. Its glycerine macerate is a remedy in case of bronchitis and, in general, in case of diseases related to the lungs. The glycerine macerate has, in fact, an anti-sclerosis action and prevents that the lungs lose elasticity, that can cause, for example, asthma, emphysema or bronchitis. The glycerine macerate of the hazel, however, is also used in chronic hepatitis and cirrhosis since it acts on connective liver tissue, promoting the elasticity and inhibiting the sclerosis process. But this remedy obtained from the hazel has also other properties, it is rich in omega 3 and omega 6 with anti-cholesterol action, and vitamins, such as A, B, E. In addition to this, the glycerine macerate also reduces uric acid. You can take the glycerine macerate by taking 50 drops diluted in a bit of water 1 to 3 times a day a quarter of an hour before meals. For treating bronchial asthma, you can also use the glycerine macerate of hazel along with the glycerine macerate of blackcurrant, just taking care not to take the two glycerine macerates together, for example a possibility could be 50 drops of blackcurrant in the morning without food and 50 drops of hazel in the evening.
Protective action for lungs and liver, preserves the elasticity and inhibits sclerosis, indicated in the case of asthma, pulmonary emphysema, bronchitis but also cirrhosis and chronic hepatitis, decreases cholesterol, reduces uric acid, can be used together with the blackcurrant glycerine macerate to potentiate the effect in the case of asthma