Scientific name: Asparagus racemosus
Origin: Tropical Afica and N Australia
Medicinal use: This is the quintessential herb for women recommended in Ayurvedic medicine. It tones the female reproductive system and is an excellent rejuvenator. Shatavari increases breast milk production and is excellent for menopausal women.
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GojiberryChinese ₡2,300.00 Add to cart
Scientific name: Lycium barbarum
Origin: N and C China
Medicinal use: It has been used in traditional Chinese medicine and among the properties attributed to it, the use of its berries to prevent colds stands out as they are an important source of vitamin C. But not only because of vitamin C its berries are important, but because they are the fruits that have the most antioxidants. Laboratory experiments found that Goji was good for promoting proper cell growth and the antioxidants found within it were very powerful in preventing disease.
PachouliChinese, Essential Oil garden ₡1,700.00 Add to cart
Scientific name: Pogostemon cablin
Medicinal use: The dried leaves give 1.5 to 2.5 percent of essential oil rich in sesquiterpenes: patchouli alcohol (30-40%), is used as an antiseptic. The leaves are used. Also used in perfumery, cosmetics, soap. Serves For a simple and effective oral cleansing, try a Patchouli Mint mouthwash. Combining two powerful oils from the mint family, this rinse will give your mouth a rejuvenating cleanse that will leave your breath feeling fresh and clean.
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Scientific name: Rheum palmatum
Origin: Siberia and Asia
Medicinal use: It is a laxative, due to the hydroxyanthracene heterosides, an effect that manifests 6-12 hours after its oral administration. Said heterosides, arrive unabsorbed into the large intestine, it serves for intestinal disorders, intestinal infections, intestinal obstructions, acute pain due to accumulations of heat or internal fire that consume liquids.
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Tibetan GentianChinese ₡0.00 Read more
Scientific name: Gentiana tibetica
Origin: W China
Medicinal use: A tonic made from the chopped Tibetan gentian roots is said to work wonders for stimulating the digestive system and liver. In addition to this, gentian from Tibet is used to flavor liqueurs. The seeds of the tibet gentian germinate quite well, unlike the European house gentian. In traditional Chinese medicine, the qin jiao plant (as it is popularly known) is used for liver diseases and for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.
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