More about Mucura (Petiveria Alliacea)
Ethically and sustainably wild harvested Mucura, or Anamu leaves, finely powdered. The leaves are collected in the tropical rainforest by the Shipibo-Conibo Indian community near Vista Alegre de Iparia, Rio Ucayali, Peru. No pesticides or fertilisers are used.
Petiveria alliacea is a deeply rooted herbaceous perennial shrub growing in tropical areas of Africa, South and Central America and the Caribbean. It grows up to 1 meter in height and has small greenish piccate flowers. The roots and leaves have a strong acrid, garlic-like odor which taints the milk and meat of animals that graze on it. Petiveria alliacea, is also known as Anamu or Guine in Brazil.
Traditional uses of Petiveria Alliacea
It has been widely used in folk medicine to treat inflammation, infection, and as an anticancer agent. They say it boosts the immune system and fights chronic disease.
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