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Cerasee – Bitter Melon Herb and Capsules
$15.00 – $275.00
In Jamaica the cerasee is used as a tea, the tea can be very bitter depending on the amount boiled. Persons use this bitter plant as a medicine to purify the blood among other things. Available in Herb and Capsules
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.
Guava Leaves- Lower Blood Sugar- Diabetes Tea
$15.00 – $28.00
In Jamaica the Guava leaf is use by persons with high blood sugar and persons with Diabetes. One leaf is steam and drink as tea to lower blood sugar and to help in the treatment of Diabetes.
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 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
Spanish Needle (bidens pilosa) leaves roots and stems
$13.00 – $110.00
Spanish Needle (bidens pilosa) leaves roots and stems Available in Powder Capsules
Spirit Weed, Chadon, Shadon, ShadoBeni
$15.00 – $48.00
You can also buy Spirit Weed Tea Bags Here