In Jamaica this herb is use for cleaning of block tube, infertility or any womb related problem, the herb is also use for menstruation flow problem.
This herb is native to Central America southern United States and the Caribbean, the herb is a flowering plant and is related to the pokeweed
What is Cinnamon? Cinnamon is a one of the oldest and most popular household herbs in use in Jamaica today. The herb is found in its powdered form in almost all kitchens across the island. Although cinnamon is well known and used as a spice it possesses a host of
Dried Crush Scotch Bonnet Pepper The Scotch Bonnet pepper is crush then put to dry, the pepper is sold both with the seeds and without the seeds, the pepper is hottest with the seeds. The Scotch Bonnet pepper mainly grown in Jamaica is conceder to be the hottest pepper on the
Devil’s Horsewhip(Achyranthes Aspera) Used in the treatment of dropsy, rheumatism, stomach problems, cholera, skin diseases and rabies, treat snake bites, hemorrhoids, as a powerful laxative among other usage.
What is the Eucalyptus Globulus? Commonly referred to as the Australian Fever Tree, the Eucalyptus Globulus is a popular herb that has gained widespread usage due to its vast health benefits. Also known as the gum tree, bloodwood, ironbark, blue gum or Tasmanian blue gum, Eucalyptus Globulus is a tall
Jack In The Bush (Eupatorium Odoratum) What is Jack In The Bush? Jack In The Bush, also known locally as Jack’na Bush, is a flowering shrub that can be found in specific places on the island of Jamaica. Jack’na Bush is scientifically known as Eupatorium Odoratum and is a tropical
Common name: Costa Rican / Jamaican Mint Tree, Kama Sutra Menta Botanical name: Satureja viminea Family: Lamiaceae / Labiatae Origin: Costa Rica This mint makes a delicious cut of tea, just a small amount of the dried mint is steam for a minute or two with boiling water, sugar is
Dried hibiscus flowers, known as sorrel in Jamaica Mix with Ginger and served with Rum and ice for a refreshing drink, originality the sorrel was a Christmas only plant however I notice this Jamaican hibiscus flowers has now become available in the market all year round, making it possible to
The leaves only of the tree of life are crush and then put to dry in the sun.
One teaspoon of Dried Leaf of Life can brew approx 2 cups of tea.
The tea can be drunk daily to treat sinus, asthma, shortness of breath and other bronchial problem.
The herbal tea derived from the plant is used to combat coughs, colds and the flu. It is also used as a remedy for inflammation of the stomach and intestines, constipation and general stomach ailments.
In Jamaica, the Fever grass is used as a tea, that gives a lasting taste in your mouth, as a child my mother gave us this Fever grass tea and while I cannot explain in words the taste I can still taste and smell the flavor of the Fever Grass