Type of extraction: Water/ Grain Alcohol
Plant Part: Stem and leaf (Fresh, 100% Natural)
Extract Ratio: Approx.50 to 1 extract
Appearance: Fine powder
Solubility: Good solubility in water solution
Storage: Store in a well-closed container away from moisture, direct light & heat.
Shelf Life: 2 years if sealed and store away from direct sun light.
Although somebody once said "if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is" - I am not sure that this app ...(more)
Cat's Claw, Uncaria Tomentosa is a tropical vine that grows in rainforest and jungle areas in South America and Asia. Some cultures refer to the plant as the "Sacred Herb of the Rain Forest". This vine gets its name from the small thorns at the base of the leaves, which looks like a cat's claws. It is known as the "Miracle Herb from the Rain Forest of Peru". Today, mainly by word of mouth, it has become one of the best selling herbs in the USA.
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A member of the soapberry family (sapindacea), balloon vine or heartseed is a common climber found growing in many tropical and subtropical regions of the world. Thought to be native to Africa, the Americas, and Asia the plant probably evolved in South America.
It is a fast-growing weedy, tendril-climber with three cornered bladder type fruits formed from scented white flowers that bloom in summer. Its common name, balloon vine, was derived from the shape of the fruit. However, Linnaeus ...(more)
Bixa orellana Seeds
Achiote (Bixa orellana) is a shrub or small tree from the tropical region of the American continent. It is best known as the source of the natural pigment annatto, produced from the fruit. The plant bears pink flowers and bright red spiny fruits which contain red seeds. The fruits dry and harden to brown capsules.
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The Chinese phrase "dong quai" literally means "state of return." There is a Chinese folk tale too old to be ascribed to any one author that states that an angel appeared to a monk in a dream and told him to use dong quai to cure the plague that was ravaging the country at the time by making it into a tea. For over two thousand years, since the writing of the Divine Husbandman's Classic of the Materia Medica, Chinese herbal medicine has used dong quai to help women return to their natural ...(more)