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Balloon pea (Sutherlandia frutescens)Shredded, 50 g

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Sutherlandia frutescens has traditionally been used in South Africa as an indigenous herb. It has a strong reputation as an immune booster, appetizer and is also known to improve energy levels and to give an enhanced sense of well-being.
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Sutherlandia frutescens, balloon pea or cancer bush, occurs naturally throughout the dry parts of southern Africa, in Western Cape and up the west coast as far north as Namibia and into Botswana, and in the western Karoo to Eastern Cape. It shows remarkable variation within its distribution.

The genus Sutherlandia was named after James Sutherland, the first Superintendent of the Edinburgh Botanic Garden. Because of its efficacy as a safe tonic for diverse health conditions it has enjoyed a long history of use by all cultures in Southern Africa.

Effect of Sutherlandia frutescens

It is known to decrease irritability and to elevate the mood. Sutherlandia also dramatically improves the appetite. It is known to improve energy levels and gives an enhanced sense of well-being.

How to use Sutherlandia frutescens

Dosage 700mg per day maintenance dosage. Can be added to teas.

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Content:50 g

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