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$18.00 – $380.00
The Anamu herb, What Jamaicans call guinea hen weed or garlic weed is now known as having cancer fighting ingredients. Anamu herb (Guinea Henweed) is indigenous to the Amazon rain-forest and the tropical areas of the Caribbean, Central and South America, and Africa. We will harvest, dry and ship this herb from
$18.00 – $25.00
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.
$22.00 – $32.00
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.
$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. Jamaican
$18.00 – $64.00
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
$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
$13.00 – $110.00
Spanish Needle (bidens pilosa) What is Spanish Needle? Spanish Needle, scientifically known as BidensPilosa, is a medical herb that forms part of the Asteraceae family. The plant is native to South America but has become common in many tropical and subtropical areas of the world. The annual plant grows to