Mucuna (Mucuna prureins)
Family Name: Fabaceae
Botanical Name: Mucuna Pruriens
Common Name: Cowitch, Velvet Bean
Other Names: Mucuna Pruriens, Velvet Bean, Cowhage, Cow-itch, Buffalo bean, Kaunch, Atmagupta, Kapikachhu.
Mucuna: Seeds powder. Nervine tonic for Parkinsons.
This Mucuna seed powder has been purified according to specification of traditional ayurvedic text which is lengthy, laborious & expensive but you will not feel any discomfort which you may have with unpurified mucuna seed powder.
Action and uses as per Ayurveda: Tonic to nervous and reproductive system. Anthelmintic, aphrodisiac, nervine tonic, rejuvenative, one of the best tonic and aphrodisiac for the reproductive system.
Note: The quality and part of the plant used are highly important in the manufacturing and processing of herbal powders. Certain parts are more potent and effective than others. Fiber and other unwanted material should be removed as they do not have any herbal properties (except to increase the weight and quantity).
The properties of single herb may differ from region to region. Ripening and timely harvesting are yet another important factor for the potency of any particular herb.
There are guidelines for collection of different herbs at different times and there is a particular span of time for collecting some particular herbs.
Naturally grown herbs are assumed to be more potent and effective than cultivated herbs because habitat plays an important role.
All related factors, including the above, are considered very carefully and thoroughly
Wild crafted herb from their natural habitat without the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides or preservatives.
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Other Uncommon Names Of This Herb: Cowage, Sea Bean, Kiwanch, Cowitch, Pois Mascate, Pois Velus, Itchy Bean, Krame,Chiporro, Picapica, Nescafe, Bengal Bean, Mauritius Bean, Couhage, Dolichos Pruriens, Feijao Macaco, Kapi Kacchu, Kapikachu, Kawach, Kawanch, Kevanch, Kiwach, Mucuna Hirsuta, Mucuna Prurient, Mucuna Prurita, Pica-Pica, Stizolobium Pruriens.
**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any Disease."
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Author: Russell Campolongo