Guinea Hen Weed (Anamu) (Viral Infections & Diabetes)

Guinea Hen Weed (Anamu) (Viral Infections & Diabetes)

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GUINEA HEN WEED, ANAMU

ORIGIN: Jamaica

Comes is a 4x3 pouch

approximate serving size : 12 to 15 servings

Aides with: prostate, cancer, diabetes, viral infections, inflammation 

Guinea Hen Weed (Petiveria Alliacea) is a plant that is indigenous to the Caribbean, the Amazon rainforest, Central and South America, and Africa. It is also called ‘Anamu’,  ‘Infection Bush’ or ‘garlic weed’ in some areas.

- Commonly drank by men dealing with prostate cancer, guinea hen weed contains agents in the plant called poly and trisulfides. Both are known to weaken cancer cells. These properties inhibit a certain variety of protein called “kinase” that exists within cancer cells and is known to encourage the growth of cancer throughout the body. 

- Extracts from leaves and stem powder were found to produce a decrease of blood sugar when tested during combined phytochemical and pharmaceutical studies done in Postgraduate Departments at Instituto Superior de Ciencias Medicas in La Habana, Cuba.

- A study in the European Journal of Medicinal Plants by Dr. Henry Lowe and his colleagues showed the metabolite dibenzyl trisulfide inhibits the reverse transcriptase enzyme of HIV-1.

- Guinea Hen Weed also acts as a pain reliever, reduces inflammation in arthritis, helps with digestive disorders, reduces feelings of nausea, prevents degeneration, fights infection and common viruses.

References:

https://www.loopjamaica.com/content/botanical-roots-why-you-should-eat-guinea-hen-weed

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2100880/

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17621839/


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