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Latin name: Apium graveolens var dulce 
French names: Céleri doux, Ache des marais, Ache odorante, Plante de lune. 
Other English names: Celery
  • To regulate hormones and facilitate menstruation. 
  • To do one’s liver good: to strengthen and drain it at the same time!
  • Celery helps unwind all those who have important responsibilities: gently massage with a drop on each shoulder. 
Celery takes up a big challenge in life: even when it grows in salt marshes, it maintains an internal environment with up to ... 95% water. This umbelliferous is almost twin with Lovage. Their leaves are nearly identical. They are flat and wide with fractals, separate in three, then three again, etc. On the edges of the groups of three leaves, there is a fringe as made of lace. It gives a sensitive aspect that would otherwise be missing. It attenuates the masculine, presence-driven aspect of the green parts of the plant. Balancing the whole umbels of tiny little white flowers bring a decorative touch and some femininity to the plant. 
Bees draw a lot of useful nectar from these white flowers. 
It grows over a two-year cycle (biennial), gaining strength over the first year, like it reinforces the liver before working on draining it. It is a plant and an oil of patience which is worth taking on a rather long term. Besides, its name is fun on this point: you would believe it comes from “celer”, meaning “fast” in Latin, but this is not its origin. In Ancient Greek, the word “selinon” means “parsley”. That is where its real origin lies. Its Latin name comes from the Celtic language, in which “apium” means “water” referring to the amount of water it can store despite growing in conditions that are slightly contradictory to its capacity of logging in with water.
Provides flexibility in decision-making. 
Makes responsibilities appear and feel less dramatic. 
Reduces the notions of power, duty and control. 
Reduces the notion that success has to be material. 
To understand better the concept of fatherhood.

Foie (dépuratif du foie)
Foie (tonique du foie)
Foie (hépatocytotonique)
Purifiant Antitoxique/Antitoxines
Apéritif Digestif Pancréas (régulateur)
Aphrodisiaque (exclusivement féminin)
Carminatif Gaz intestinaux Ballonnements
Règles (régularise les règles)
Règles (soulage les douleurs menstruelles)
Antiseptique urinaire
Système nerveux (protecteur)

Affection hépatique, Surcharge hépatique, Repas gras
Insuffisance de sécrétion biliaire, Repas gras
Manque de lait, Montée de lait insuffisante
Digestion lourde, Indigestion, Repas copieux, Manque d’appétit
Ballonnements, Gaz intestinaux, Crampes intestinales
Douleurs et crampes de menstruations, Syndrome prémenstruel
Cystite, Infections urinaires, Candidose vaginale
Dysménorrhée, Règles irrégulières
Troubles de l’endormissement, Troubles du sommeil, Insomnie
Jambes lourdes, Œdème veineux, Fatigue veineuse, Insuffisance veineuse
Rétention d’eau
Varices, Varicosités, Veinectasies, Phlébites

Facilitates the integration of Pitta energy
Reduces Kapha's retention
Decreases Vata

 Monoterpenes (35-80% d-limonene, myrcene, beta-pinene)
Sesquiterpenes (alpha-and beta-selinenes10-35%, beta-caryophyllene
Monoterpene alcohols (p-Menth-8 (9)-en-1 ,2-diol and isomers)
Phthalides 5-20% (3n-butyl-phthalide, 4, 5-dihydro-3-butylphtalide, dihydroligustilide, sedanolide)
Monoterpene ketones (carvone 10%) This ketone is non-toxic.
Furanocoumarins: sometimes bergapten

        Batch CEL2001/1672 (PDF, 192 Ko, French)

        Batch CEL401I092398 (PDF, 492 Ko, French)

Sometimes photosensitising (depending on the batch) 
No other contraindications within physiological dosage. 
Possible reactions can be seen due to liver detoxication. 
Keep out of reach of children.
Children and pregnant women: no contraindications within physiological dosage.

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