Servicetree is a Mediterranean tree from the Rosacea family. It grows slowly over a course of 5-600 years, in high light, and roots itself in deep, thick calcareous soil. Its fruits are rich in tannins, sorbitol and vitamin C, while its buds are viscous.
Servicetrees traditional use in Phytotherapy has a primary action on increasing the tone of the venous walls. It is to the veins as Hawthorn is to the arteries.
Servicetree also serves as a strong lymphatic drainer and assists in decreasing buzzing in the ears resulting from lymphatic congestion.