The Jamaica Black mint is very strong and very minty in flavor, the mint makes a delicious cup of tea, just a small amount of the dried mint is steam for a minute or two with boiling water, sugar is added for taste..
This order is for half pound each
Prostate Medicine, for SWELLEN PROSTATE and
ALLEVIATING EXCESS URINE
Soursop leaf, bachelor button. Red water grass
Preparation: Use 2 ounces of each ingredient. Put the herbs in a large pot with 2 quarts cold water. Bring pot with the herbs to boil on medium heat. When the pot comes to a boil, lower the flame and simmer for 5-10 minutes.
Use: Take one ounce three times a day for two weeks.
Note: Herbs listed in this order will take approx 7 days.
Book: Healing Herbs of Jamaica
by Ivelyn Harris
Annatto Spice, or simply Annatto as it is commonly known, is derived from the seeds of the Jamaican Annatto tree. The plant is also known as Achiote in parts of Central America and Mexico or Urucum in Brazil.
Medicinal and other uses
a. Coffee is a brain stimulant.
b. Its also used for narcotic poisoning, snake bites and to help ward a coma.
c. A tea of fresh un-roasted seeds can be taken for fever and jaundice.
Moringa is the sole genus in the flowering plant family Moringaceae. The name is derived from the Tamil word murungai or the Malayalam word muringa, both of which refer to M. oleifera. It contains 13 species from tropical and subtropical climates that range in size from tiny herbs to massive trees.
Medicinal and other uses:
a.Thyme is soothing to the nerves and helps to cure insomnia.
b.Thyme tea is one of the best cough remedies.
c.It brings almost instant relief to whooping cough and is very effective for asthma, shortness of breath, lung problems and bronchitis.
d.Thyme is one of the best blood purifiers. It stimulates the flow of blood to the skin surface.
e.Thyme baths and hot compresses are an excellent remedy for pains, bringing relief for headaches, labour pains, arthritis pain, pulled muscles, sprains and stomach cramping.
Sarsaparilla, more formally known as Similaxornata or Similaxofficinale, is a plant that is popular in Jamaica as it is widely believed to contain health benefits. The thorny plant has long fibrous roots and was initially introduced to the island by the Spanish, who brought the plant from Central America to Jamaica as a remedy for syphilis.
Herbal tea can be made using the Black Wiss herb as the primary ingredient while adding other herbs such as ginger may be done in an effort to obtain a more favorable taste. Black Wiss is also used as an ingredient in the making of a local roots drinks and tonics.
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