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Some Health Benefits of Breadnut include: Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis, Improved Resistance Against Infections: enhancing dental hygiene, prevention of bone loss, improving cardiac health and control of diabetes. The plant can also be effectively used to aid in digestion, heal skin conditions, improve blood clotting, prevent anemia and as an aphrodisiac.
$17.00 – $56.00
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
$16.00 – $110.00
The Chaney root is found in the deep woodlands of Jamaica, this roots is used by persons, both young and old as a Tonic and medicinal cure for several illnesses including; impotency (low sex drive), cleansing the blood, rheumatism and arthritis, neutralizing acids, skin conditions and fatigue. The Chaney Root
$21.00 – $58.00
This Jamaican Herb act as nervous system and female organs herb, Antidote to bites of some insects, cold remedy the leaves it is also used to bathe the skin for itch are just rubbed on the skin as you would rub soap on a rag when having a shower. What
$33.00 – $55.00
A pantropical weed that is speculated to be native to India, the Euphorbia hirta is a hairy herb that is commonly found along roadsides, open grasslands and on pathways. In various parts of the world, the Tawa Tawa is used as a herb for remedying a number of conditions. The
$15.00 – $38.00
The leaves of the moringa tree are harvested, dried and sold ready to brew a cup of Nutritional tea to cure just about every ailment you may have. The Moringa tree, more popularly known as ‘‘the miracle tree’’, ‘‘the tree of life, ‘’the Cure all tree’’ etc. is a Nutritional wonder.
$15.00 – $70.00
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