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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Tea tree, Black-green-whiteChinese, Culinary Garden, Medicinal Garden, Natural colorant garden ₡3,200.00 Add to cart
Tea tree, Black-green-white
Scientific name: Camellia sinenis
Origin: E, S and SE Asia
Medicinal use: Tea (green, black, white, Pu-erh or red, yellow, oolong …) is made from this species, which is processed to obtain different degrees of oxidation. The leaves contain around 4% caffeine. The characteristics and different chemical composition of the collected leaves, according to age, produce different types of tea. The oldest leaves are dark green. The tender ones, pale green in color and with a short white pubescence on the underside are preferred.
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Lemon balmCulinary Garden, Essential Oil garden, Medicinal Garden ₡1,900.00 Add to cart
Scientific name: Melissa officinalis
Origin: Mediterranean and S Europe
Medicinal use: Its leaves are often used to give aroma and flavor to both hot and cold tea. The leaves are also used to flavor dishes as a substitute for lemon peel. The fresh leaves give a lemony flavor to salads, soups, sauces, herb vinegars, game and fish (especially in Spain), and are an ingredient in Agua del Carmen, Liquors such as Benedictine and Chartreuse and cordials of vina.
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Mugwort, chineseChinese ₡1,900.00 Add to cart
₡1,900.00SKU: 0050 Category: Chinese
Scientific name: Artemisia argyi
Origin: Mongolia, India
Medicinal use: In traditional Chinese medicine, they are considered to have bitter, pungent, and warm properties and are associated with the liver, spleen, and kidney meridians. The leaves are used as an antiseptic, expectorant, febrifuge, and styptic. The herb is considered to increase the blood supply to the pelvic region and stimulate menstruation, help treat infertility, dysmenorrhea, asthma and cough. The fine fibers from the plant have been used as a bonding agent for stamp stamping paste.
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Bay leaf, SweetCulinary Garden, Medicinal Garden ₡38,500.00 Read more
Bay leaf, Sweet
Scientific name: Laurus nobilis
Medicinal use: Bay leaves are ideal in dishes cooked over low heat, marrying perfectly with other aromatic herbs such as parsley or thyme. They are added as a flavoring for stews, marinades, meat or fish sauces, legume and vegetable stews, soups, creams or grills.
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