Anamu Leaves (Guinea Hen) - KABREEM NATURALES
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Anamu Leaves (Guinea Hen)


Jamaican Anamu has been a traditional remedy for arthritis and rheumatism. The leaves can be made into a paste and applied to soothe pains and aches. Commonly drank by men dealing with prostate cancer, guinea hen weed contains agents in the plant called poly and trisulfides. Both have been 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. 

Anamu, also known as Gully Root, or Guinea Hen is organically grown and  harvested in Jamaica. Guinea Hen leaves might help in reducing fevers, pain, lowering blood sugar, and fighting disease. It may help in proper digestion and relieve digestive problems such as bloating, flatulence, and infections. 

The benefits of Anamu might include:

  • Immune system booster
  • Prostate
  • Viral Infections
  • Helps regulate blood sugar
  • Disease fighter 
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Arthritis & Rheumatism
  • Anti-Microbial 
  • Increase circulation as an effective aphrodisiac

The leaves and roots can be used in tea, but also in a warm bath to purify and cleanse the body. Anamu is high in Sulphur and is a powerful antimicrobial agent with lots of benefits for the body. 

This herb is mixed with the stem, and leaves

How to prepare: One tablespoon of the dried leaf can be used in 1 eight ounces of hot water and steeped for 20 minutes, the longer you steep the more potent it will become. Allow herbs to cool, strain, and bottle, Drink one to three cups a day.  

The herbal information on this web site is intended for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. The information on this web site is not intended to prevent, diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Always consult with your physician prior to any herbal use. 

Ingredients: Guinea Hen Leaves (Anamu) and Stems

WARNING! Pregnant women should seek medical advice prior to using this herb.