POPLAR

Description

The poplar is a fast-growing tree native to Europe. The black poplar grows mainly in low-lying areas and in moist soil. Harvested in the winter, the buds are also used for medicinal purposes. Harvested in the winter, the buds are also used for medicinal purposes. Les écailles qui protègent les bourgeons contiennent une substance résineuse balsamique.

Extraits : GLY macerate

Origine : FRANCE

certifications : ORG

Populus nigra L.
GLY macerate
FRANCE
Code MGL20030
CAS TSCA 84650-39-5
CAS EINECS 921202-04-2

Origin

The poplar is a fast-growing tree native to Europe. The black poplar grows mainly in low-lying areas and in moist soil. The tree is cultivated mainly for its wood, which is used in crate manufacturing. Harvested in the winter, the buds are also used for medicinal purposes. The scales that protect the buds contain a balsamic resinous substance.
To produce this extract, Golgemma sources Populus nigra buds harvested in France.
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To produce this extract, Golgemma sources Populus nigra buds harvested in France.

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JAN FEV MAR AVR MAI JUIN JUI AOU SEP OCT NOV DEC
JAN FEV MAR AVR MAI JUIN JUI AOU SEP OCT NOV DEC

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