The elm’s protruding crown appears light nonetheless. Its branches resemble those of the lungs and bronchi, reflecting its kinship with the respiratory tract.
Elms are extremely sensitive and susceptible to disease, though. As elm mistletoe is practically extinct in nature, we treat the young elms on our cultivated sites very carefully and study them closely to understand their needs in adaption to climate change. With its subtle power, elm mistletoe is also well suited to support particularly sensitive people.
Subspecies: Hardwood mistletoe
Host tree: Elm (lat. Ulmus)
Scope of ingredients: Contains a high concentration of mistletoe lectins and viscotoxins.