Viet delta dried citronella (lemongrass) is made from 100% fresh lemongrass, no impurities, no preservatives, no additives. Products ensure food hygiene safety. Productdried citronella (lemongrass) Ingredient:100% fresh lemongrass Form: slices, pieces or long form Size :1 mm, 2 mm, 4 mm or as customers requirement Flavor:spicy and aroma of lemongrass. Color:natural white green yellow Humidity:10% max Packaging:10 kgs/pp+ pe bag, carton or as customer's requirement Others:no impurities, no preservatives, no additives Min order: 500 kgs Fob price 5-6 us $ Origin : viet nam Advantages of citronella (lemongrass) 1. Dried citronella (lemongrass) is used as spice Citronella (lemongrass) is widely used as a herb in asian dishes. Citronella (lemongrass) can be used fresh or dried or powder. Citronella can be used with vegetarian dishes, poultry, fish, beef, seafood and it is also suitable for tea. 2. Citronella (lemongrass) essential oil is used as industrial chemicals like medical aromatherapy, cosmetic oils, medical soaps, food flavors. The citronella is one of the most widely used perfume oils and is often used as a starting point for perfume materials.
Guarana (Paullinia cupana) is a plant that hails from the Amazon. Its many benefits include stimulant, anti-cancer, antibacterial, and weight loss effects. Because of the complexity of its constituents, it works in many ways. Guarana (Paullinia cupana) is a species of climbing plant native to the Amazon regions known for its stimulant and medicinal properties. It has been used for centuries by indigenous peoples of the Amazon for its diuretic properties, therapeutic effects against headaches, fever, and cramps, and aphrodisiac effects . With a taste that is described as slightly bitter, astringent, and acidic, guarana powder dissolved in water is considered by indigenous peoples as an elixir that promotes long life . The seeds of a guarana berry contain approximately 4 times the amount of caffeine as a coffee bean. Other guarana components, such as saponins and tannins, provide extra stimulant effects . Guarana is still primarily produced in the Brazilian states of Amazonas and Bahia. Approximately 70% of the production is used by soft and energy drink industries, while the other 30% becomes guarana powder for consumption directly or dilution in water, or as raw material for pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries . It is used widely for. Mental Health Stress Reduction. Source of Energy, vigor and vitality Weight Loss. Healthy Cardiovascular System Blood-Thinning Healthy Skin
Catuaba(Ceratonia Siliqua) The Amazon forest is home to countless medicinal herbs and plants and is the home of the relatively small but fast growing Catuaba tree known mainly for its aphrodisiac abilities. The tree itself produces yellow flowers and an inedible fruit but it is the bark which is harvested for its medicinal properties and made into supplements. Catuaba or Anemopaegma mirandum comes from a tree known scientifically as Erythroxylum vacciniifolium which belongs to a larger family of trees. There is quite a bit of confusion regarding the actual tree species harvested for use and products from both the small catuaba and big catuaba trees are used for the same purpose and marketed interchangeably. The bark from the catuaba tree is sometimes referred to as trichilia catuaga. According to research, catuaba contains tannins, alkaloids like catuabine, fatty resins and aromatic oils. It also possesses certain flavonoids, sesquiterpenes and phytosterols. Research published in 2007 discovered that catuaba bark contained epicatechins which are powerful antioxidants said to have both antibacterial and anticancer properties It is still used primarily as an aphrodisiac in Brazil. Recently it has started to appear as an ingredient in aphrodisiac supplements in the United States. Can protect skin cells against cytotoxic activity Has anti-inflammatory health benefit Has promising activity against Parkinson’s disease. Has Antimicrobial and HIV protective activity Has mood ,vigor and vitality enhancer properties
Una de gato (Uncaria tomentosa and Uncaria guianensis) Una de gato translates to Cat’s Claw and is an herb that grows in the Amazon of Peru. Its common name refers to the curved thorns of this woody vine that look like claws. The inner bark and root have been used for centuries in Peru because they contain high levels of alkaloids that activate the immune system, reduce inflammation, protect against tumor growth and carcinogens and prevent gene mutations. It is also used for many gastrointestinal problems and has antiviral properties that can stop the spread of viruses. Uña de gato can be brewed as a drink or is often taken in the form of capsules or an extract in daily doses. The cat's claw meets the following properties. Adaptogenic Antimicrobial Antioxidant Antiviral Anti-inflammatory Antitumor
Sangre de Grado (Croton lechleri) Sangre de Grado, known as Dragon’s Blood for its dark red sap, is a plant that grows between 1200 and 3000 meters in the Amazon of Peru. The sap contains a chemical called SP-303, which has anti-inflammatory, antiviral and digestive properties and also aids the body’s natural healing and scarring process. Sangre de Grado is frequently used as an antidiarrheal for cholera, traveler’s diarrhea and AIDS. It has also been used to treat insect bites, open wounds, broken bones, infections, fever and ulcers, though its medicinal properties are still being studied. The sap can be applied directly to the skin or the extract of SP-303 can be ingested as a pill. Sangre is used for douching for general purposes, and before and after childbirth. It makes the vaginal lining impervious to bacteria and yeast. Sangre is effective for dealing with inflamed or infected gums, and for removing tartar Sangre de drago is used for intestinal and stomach ulcers and as an antidiarrheal It is also being studied for action against HIV. It is reported to be helpful for upper respiratory infections as well. It helps heal wounds by forming a protective barrier, and it also reduces stinging, itching and pain.
Sacha Inchi (Plukenetia volubilis Linneo) Sacha Inchi, which in Quechua means mountain peanut, is a tree that grows in the Amazon of Peru. The seed of the plant is eaten raw like a nut or in the form of extra virgin oil. It is known for its incredibly high levels of Omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids even more than fish oil. It also contains vitamins A and E and amino acids. The health benefits of Sachi Inchi are numerous, including blood pressure regulation, prevention of certain types of cancer, hormonal balance, alleviation of cardiovascular problems and the reduction of bad cholesterol. Lowers LDL and raises HDL cholesterol, helps us deal with stress and feel calm and happy due to presence of tryptophan., thanks to the tryptophan, also regulate appetite so we don’t get cravings, overeat, presence of high amount of Omega 3 helps control glucose levels., anti-inflammatory nature of sacha inchi may make it a good supplement to ease joint pain and rheumatoid arthritis.
Muna is a plant that grows in the regions of Ayacucho, Puno and Cusco and has a pleasant flavor often compared to mint. You can easily find muña growing in the Andes, where it is popularly served as an herbal tea alongside mate de coca. It has high levels of calcium and phosphorous, which makes it good for teeth and bones, preventing osteoporosis. Muña also aids digestion and stomach pains and can treat intestinal infections and inflammation. Appropriate to fight altitude sickness. It has carminative and digestive properties. Relieves flatulence and diarrhea conditions. Benefits hardening of bones due to its high amount of calcium and phosphorus. Prevents osteoporosis . The muña based cream is used to cure rheumatic pain, fractures, luxations and wounds.
Maca(Lepidium meyenii) Maca is a root that is sometimes referred to as Peruvian Ginseng because of its similar medicinal properties and benefits, though it is not of the gingseng family. It grows in high altitudes of the Andes and has been cultivated by the Andean people for thousands of years. Maca has energizing and invigorating qualities and can be used to treat symptoms associated with anemia, depression and chronic fatigue syndrome, though it is most commonly touted for its aphrodisiac qualities as it boosts fertility and libido in both men and women. Like ginseng, it is also known to improve memory and cognitive function. You can use the maca root to brew drinks or it can be ground into a powder that you can mix into smoothies or food. The root can also be baked or roasted and eaten with other food. Rich in Antioxidants Enhances Energy, Mood and Memory Improves Female Sexual Health Balances Estrogen Levels Boosts Male Fertility
Coca (Erythroxylum coca) The coca plant has played an important role in the religion of the pre-Inca and Inca culture in Peru and the Andes and continues to be used today in sacred rituals by the Andean people. Apart from its religious uses, coca leaves have fourteen alkaloids whose benefits include improved cognitive function, suppression of thirst and hunger, improved digestion, and increased energy and endurance. It also helps blood oxidation, which facilitates breathing at high altitudes and constricts blood vessels to slow and stop bleeding. It is an extremely high source of calcium, promoting strong teeth and bones. Mate de coca is a tea made with coca leaves that is widely consumed in the Andes and offered to help altitude sickness, though the most effective way to experience these benefits is by chewing the leaves. The main benefits of the leaves of the coca plant include their effect on the following: Mental health Digestive health Asthma Mood improvement Reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety Eliminate altitude sickness Relieve constipation Since coca leaves, when chewed or brewed into a tea, often contain cocaine, it can be a powerful stimulant, like coffee, but without the caffeine.
Ayahuasca(Banisteriopsis caapi) Though Ayahuasca has received negative media attention and the misleading label of hallucinogen, the plant native to the lower Amazon of Peru has been used in sacred ceremonies led by shamans for centuries. The shaman prepares a drink using the Ayahuasca leaves that, when ingested, can cause visions and a feeling of spiritual lucidity. It is not a plant that should be used without the correct guidance as it is supposed to heal emotional wounds and increase spirituality. It has been used to rehabilitate people with addiction and depression. Is a Brain Enhancer and an Antioxidant. Protects Against Parkinson's Disease. Fights Depression and Anxiety.
Andean Pink Salt(Sal De Maras) Pink Salt comes from an ancient ocean, trapped underground, which feeds a spring located 10,000 feet high in the Andes Mountains in Maras, Peru. The warm spring water seeps into terraced ponds located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. The ponds, which have been hand-harvested for over 2,000 years, are now owned by individual families, who, after harvesting, load the salt on the backs of burros for the long descent into town. Peruvian Pink Sea Salt is very pale pink and has a rich, complex, minerally flavor. It contains magnesium, iron, calcium and zinc, which can help conditions such as stress, anemia and osteoporosis. The sal de Maras is known as the healthiest and most nutritious salt on the planet, and can only be found in the Andes and the Himalayas. Health benefits of this mineral powerhouse include: It can help stabilize and regulate the heartbeat, thanks to its magnesium and sodium content. Its sodium is essential for proper muscular function. Good quality salt helps minimize the effects of stress by maintaining proper melatonin, serotonin, and tryptamine levels in the brain. It helps remove cellular acidity, especially in the brain and kidneys and it helps prevent osteoporosis. It provides a buffer for blood sugar levels to help prevent diabetes or to help those who are diabetic use less insulin. It provides iodine in a natural setting, making it easier for your thyroid to absorb it and to regulate the endocrine system.
Achiote(Bixa Orellana) Aciote is a small tree that grows in the Amazon and the coast below 1400 meters elevation and has been cultivated since pre-Columbian times in Peru. The seeds and powder from the plant are good for digestion and have also been used to treat asthma and as antimalarial medicine. The fruits and seeds can be consumed in a tea infusion that is often taken to control headaches. The leaves have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties which can prevent prostatitis that could later lead to prostate cancer. The crushed leaves can be used for the alleviation of respiratory problems, throat infections, fever, dermatitis, skin infections , diarrhea and vomiting, and conjunctivitis. Prevent Cataracts. Treats Gonorrhea. Antioxidant Nature. Control Congenital Disabilities. Dermal Healing. Prevent Cancer Development. Strengthen Kidney. Reduce Stomach Issues.
Anamu is a perennial herb plant of family Phytolaccaceae Genus Petiveria and Species alliacea. It grows up to one meter in height. It is native to the Amazon rainforest and tropical areas of Central and South America ,Africa and the Caribbean. It yields dark green color, leathery leaves that lie close to the soil. It also has tall spikes lined with small white flowers. It is sometimes called garlic weed, because the plant, and especially the roots, have a strong garlic smell. It is called by some scientific names like P. foetida, P. graveolens, P. hexandria, P. corrientina, P. paraguayensis, Mapa graveolens. In Brazilian herbal medicine, it is considered as diuretic, antispasmodic, menstrual promoter, sweat promoter, and stimulant.Health practitioners use it for arthritis, malaria, edema, edema, poor memory, rheumatism. They also use it as a topical analgesic and anti-inflammatory for skin conditions. The research published on this plant reveals that it has a broad range of therapeutic properties, including anti-leukemic, anti-tumorous, and anti-cancer activities against various types of cancer cells.It was found out that water extracts and ethanol extracts of Anamu plant retard the growth of the leukemia cells and several other strains of cancerous tumor cells in an in vitro study by Italian researchers in 1990. Anamu extracts were resistant to a number of bacterial and fungal strains. Two of the phytochemical compounds in the anamu plant dibenzyl trisulphate and astilbin are believed to destroy cancer cells while leaving healthy cells unharmed. Taditional use of anamu as a treatment for cold and flu symptoms Its extracts can even relieve pain and inflammation when applied to the skin. Natural choice for people suffering from arthritis and rheumatism One study showed that blood sugar dropped by as much as 60%.
Moringa Leaves Moringa (Moringa oleifera Lam.) is a tropical deciduous Perennial tree whose height can reach up to 10 meters. Native to Africa and Asia, the Moringa Tree, [Moringa Oleifera], is one of the most nutrient-rich plants in the world.
Land Catrops: Botanical Name : Tribulus terrestsis Fruits English Name : Land Catrops Common Name : Gokhru Active Ingredient : Saponins 20.00% Uses : Spermatogenic Discription : Brown coloured powder with slight bitter taste
Ashwagandha: Botanical Name : Withania somnifera Roots English Name : Winter Cherry Common Name : Ashwagandha Active Ingredient : Total Withanaloids 2.50% Uses : Antioxidant Discription : Light Brown coloured powder with bitter taste
Arjuna: Botanical Name : Terminalia arjuna Bark English Name : Arjuna Common Name : Arjun Active Ingredient : Tannins 5.00% Uses : Cardiovascular Support Discription : Reddish brown coloured powder with astringent taste
Guggul: Botanical Name : Commiphora mukul Gum English Name : Myrrh Common Name : Guggul Active Ingredient : Guggulsterones 2.50% Uses : Anti-Cholestremic Discription : Off white to White Coloured odourless Powder