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What is the Chanca Piedra? Also known the Phyllanthus niruri, the Chanca Piedra is a popular plant that is common in the Amazon rain forest. It is a widespread tropical plant and is also pretty common in coastal regions. Chanca Piedra is a well-known herb and the entire plant is
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Common Sage (Salvia officinalis ) Common sage, also known as culinary sage or garden sage, is an aromatic, perennial shrub in the Lamiaceae family. The word sage means “wise” while its scientific name, salvia, means “salvation”. There are a multitude of uses for sage including culinary, medicinal, craft and ornamental.
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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.
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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
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Graviola: (Annona muricata) (Jamaican Sour Sop tree) Over the years the leaf and bark of Sour Sop tree is well known to Jamaican as a remedy to cure nerves problem, if you have any type of hand shaking just drink some Sour Sop leaf tea of boil the bark from
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Of the eighteen essential nutrients that make up the human body, Irish moss contains fifteen of them. Some of these nutrients are vitamins A, D, E, F and K. it is also an incredible source of potassium, calcium, sulphur as well as iodine.Original sea moss - from the caribbean sea
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This herb ships only within the USA. The plant is also used in cosmetics to reduce wrinkles, treat skin discoloration and smooth the skin. Note that it can overly dry the skin and if not used properly may lead to skin irritations. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should also avoid
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This Jamaican nut commonly call Bissy but is known all over as Cola Nut is a must have in just about every Jamaican Home, the nut is use in general to make tea however from my childhood day I have always known the nut to be use as a cure
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This spice is indigenous to Jamaica and is belief to be one of the secret Ingredients in Kentucky Fried Chicken. This spice is used in Jamaican JERK CHICKEN, JERK PORK and most, if not all Jamaican recipes.How to use Jamaican PimentoFor the dry pimento, you just drop a few grains in your
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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