Piri-Piri     Capsules  (traditional use - For Digestive & Gastrointestinal Disorders)
Traditionally used to treat and prevent a wide range of digestive and gastrointestinal disorders, to facilitate child birth or to induce an abortion, as a contraceptive, and for throat cancer. It is also put on the head as a hair tonic and to treat or prevent baldness, and used externally to heal wounds and treat snake bite.
Price: £14.95 100 capsules
Ubos Leaf Powder  Spondias mombin
In South American herbal medicine systems as well as in other parts of the world ubos leaves are widely used for female reproductive tracts issues. It is a common midwife's remedy to help induce labor, reduce bleeding and pain during and after childbirth, to bring on the flow of breast milk, and as a vaginal wash to prevent or treat uterine or vaginal infections after childbirth. The leaves are also a common remedy for various digestive problems including stomachaches, diarrhea, dyspepsia, gastralgia, colic, and constipation.
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Graviola Powder  Annona muricata
Three separate research groups have confirmed that these chemicals have significant antitumorous properties and selective toxicity against various types of cancer cells (without harming healthy cells) publishing eight clinical studies on their findings.
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Erva Tostão Powder  Boerhaavia diffusa
It is employed in Brazilian herbal medicine to stimulate the emptying of the gallbladder, as a diuretic, for all types of liver disorders (including jaundice and hepatitis), gallbladder pain and stones, urinary tract disorders, renal disorders, kidney stones, cystitis, and nephritis. In Ayurvedic herbal medicine systems in India, the roots are employed as a diuretic, digestive aid, laxative, and menstrual promoter and to treat gonorrhea, internal inflammation of all kinds, edema, jaundice, menstrual problems, anemia, and liver, gallbladder, and kidney disorders.
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