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Anamu Guinea Henweed/ Petiveria alliacea L
$21.00 – $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. What is Gineau Hen Weed?
Devil’s Claw Root Powder – Wildcrafted (Harpagophytum procumbens)
$19.50 – $27.50
Given its properties, Devil’s Claw is not recommended for pregnant women, people with diabetes, children, people with cardiovascular problems such as arrhythmias or hypertension or people suffering from ulcers.
Dried Leaf of Life Powder (Bryophyllum Pinnatum)
$22.00 – $112.00
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.
Jamaican Bitter Wood (Picrasma excelsa) Barks
$27.00 – $360.00
The Jamaican Bitter Wood is use with other herbs to make a bitter tonic. This tonic is taken in small portion as medication to strengthen the body and to purify the blood.
Jamaican Chaney Root | Chaney Root – Crushed Roots
$18.00 – $160.00
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
Jamaican Sarsaparilla – Roots
$21.00 – $250.00
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
Moringa Seeds Powder
$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
Strong Back Jamaican Herb (Desmodium Incanum)
$24.00 – $220.00
Desmodium Incanum: Strong Back; Man Back; Bee Bur or Bush. D. supinum are used quite commonly to make tea for pains in the back. The whole plant is boiled either alone, or with other plants such as sarsaparilla (Smilax ornata) . You may want to try Strong Back Root Available in Powder