Guinea Hen Weed (Petivera Alliacea)(Anamu)
This Jamaican herbs is said to be a powerful cure to fights infections
Net Wt. 28 g.
Guinea Hen Weed Health Benefits
Guinea Hen Weed (Petivera Alliacea)/ Anamu/Mucura is a herb that is indigenous to the Amazon rainforest and the tropical areas of the Caribbean, Central and South America and Africa. Its botanical name is Petiveria alliacea, but in Jamaica, it is known as Guinea Hen Weed, guinea hen leaf, garlic weed or gully root.
The DTS compound, produced through three years of work at the University of Hohenheim in Germany, has, when applied to cancer cells in vitro (outside a living organism), been found effective in the cure of various types of cancer. Among them:
* brain (neuro blastoma),
* bladder (primary bladder carcinoma),
* breast (mammary carcinoma),
* fibrous (sarcoma),
* skin (melanoma), and
* small cell lung cancer.
The anti-cancer action of dibenzyl trisulphide is linked to the molecule ability to disrupt the skeletal framework of cells, of which there are two – actin and microtubules.
It is known for its strong garlic-like smell, as well as its medicinal properties and ability to ward off bats and insects.
Many cultures have utilized Anamu flowers, leaves, and roots for remedies of a variety of negative health conditions. Today it is being extensively researched for its use in fighting both cancer and leukemia, as well as immune disorders. In general it is a common remedy for colds, flus and viruses, and may prevent and reduce Candida, yeast infections and urinary tract infections. Anamu is also a powerful pain-reliever and anti-inflammatory.
But that’s not all. It is also an antibacterial, antifungal, antitumorous and antiviral agent. With a powerful ability to boost the immune system and regulate the nervous system, documentation on the herb shows that it was traditionally used as an anti-anxiety aid. It was also a well-known antioxidant, fighting free radicals from the body, and was also an anti-rheumatic, antispasmodic, diaphoretic and diuretic. With a distinct ability to lower fever and resolve digestive upset, this herb was highly revered by traditional medicinalists. Organic Anamu provides many health benefits due to its unique composition of several biologically active compounds. Some of these include flavonoids, benzoic acid, coumarin, triterpenes, steroids, tannins, sulfuric agents, isoarborinol, senfol, and trithiolaniacine.