Suma Powder  Pfaffia paniculata
In South America suma is known as para toda (which means "for all things") and as Brazilian ginseng, since it is widely used as an adaptogen with many applications (much as "regular" ginseng). The indigenous peoples of the Amazon region who named it para toda have used suma root for generations for a wide variety of health purposes, including as a general tonic; as an energy, rejuvenating, and sexual tonic; and as a general cure-all for many types of illnesses. Suma has been used as an aphrodisiac, a calming agent, and to treat ulcers for at least 300 years.
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Samambaia Powder  Polypodium sp
The plant historically has been used by the indigenous peoples of Honduras for malignant tumors, rheumatoid arthritis, and psoriasis. In the Amazon rainforest a maceration of the rhizome is used for fever; grated fresh, it is made into a tea for whooping cough and kidney problems. The Boras Indians (in the Peruvian Amazon) prepare the leaves in a drink for coughs.
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Clavo Huasca Powder  Tynanthus panurensis
South American people widely regard clavo huasca highly as an impotency remedy, for weak erections, and as an effective aphrodisiac for both men and women. Especially as an an aphrodisiac for pre-menopausal wamen.
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Camu-Camu Capsules  Myrciaria dubia
Camu-camu fruit has the highest recorded amount of natural vitamin C known on the planet
Price: £14.95 - 100 Capsules

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