Mucura (Petiveria Alliacea) – Wild Harvested Powdered Anamu Leaves from Peru

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Mucura (Petiveria Alliacea) - Wild Harvested Powdered Anamu Leaves from Peru
Mucura (Petiveria Alliacea) - Wild Harvested Powdered Anamu Leaves from Peru  6,75 51,00 Incl. VAT

Introducing  Wild Harvested Powdered Mucura (Petiveria Alliacea) or Anamu Leaves from Peru!

Mucura, scientifically known as Petiveria alliacea, is a perennial herbaceous plant native to tropical regions of Central and South America, including the Amazon rainforest. It is also commonly referred to as guinea henweed, anamu, or garlic weed. Mucura is esteemed for its medicinal properties and has a long history of traditional use among indigenous tribes in the region.

Botanical Information

Mucura belongs to the Phytolaccaceae family and typically grows to a height of about 1 to 2 meters. It has slender, erect stems with clusters of small white flowers and oval-shaped leaves.

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The leaves of the Mucura plant contain potent bioactive compounds, including alkaloids, flavonoids, and sulfur compounds, which contribute to its therapeutic properties.

Mucura is commonly found in damp, shaded areas, such as tropical forests, riverbanks, and disturbed habitats. It is known for its resilience and ability to thrive in diverse environmental conditions.

Traditional Uses

Mucura has been used for centuries in traditional medicine by indigenous communities in Central and South America. It is valued for its broad spectrum of medicinal properties and versatile applicationsThe powdered leaves of Mucura are commonly used in traditional herbal remedies to treat a variety of health conditions, including respiratory ailments, digestive issues, pain, inflammation, and skin disorders.

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