Kigelia AfricanaKigelia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Bignoniaceae. The genus comprises only one species, Kigelia africana, which occurs throughout tropical Africa from Eritrea and Chad south to northern South Africa, and west to Senegal and Namibia. The Kigelia grows a fruit that grows up to 2 feet long, weighs about 15 lbs, and looks like sausage.
An ethanol based liquid extract to be used for tinctures, gels and creams for all sorts of skin problems, such as
- Solar Keratosis
Pelargonium SidoidesPelargonium sidoides is a medicinal plant native to South Africa. Its common names include umckaloabo and South African geranium. Root extract of Pelargonium sidoides is used as cold and flu medicine under various brand names including Kaloba, Umcka and Zucol. Evidence to support its use is low to very low.
Available as an ethanol based liquid or spray- dried powder produced as an syrup or as a powder, for
- Reduce of Mucus
- Strengthen the antimicrobial activity
Devil’s ClawHarpagophytum procumbens
Also called grapple plant, wood spider and most commonly devil’s claw, is a genus of plants in the sesame family, native to southern Africa. Plants of the genus owe their common name “devil’s claw” to the peculiar appearance of their hooked fruit.
Used by local people since centauries as a traditional medicine is a scientifically approved cure against Arthritis, Rheumatism, Gout and Inflammation of Joints.
Hoodia GordoniiHoodia gordonii, also known as Bushman’s hat, is a leafless spiny succulent plant with medicinal properties. It grows naturally in Botswana, South Africa and Namibia. The species became internationally known and threatened by collectors, after a marketing campaign falsely claiming that it was an appetite suppressant for weight loss.
An ethanol based spray-dried powder with a high concentrated P57 assists in dieting as an appetite control with anti-diabetic effects.