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Buchu has a long history as a remedial herb in the Cape region of South Africa. For centuries, it was used by the indigenous Khoisan who believed it to be an elixir of youth. It is part of the biodiverse Cape Floral Kingdom and is a protected plant. As a natural anti-inflammatory and antiseptic, it is excellent for treating bladder infections, and for digestive and kidney health. It is also traditionally referred to as the elixir of life.

20 mℓ dropper bottle

Directions for use
11 drops under the tongue 3 times a day or as needed

Locally distilled high frequency alcohol, Buchu extract

These unregistered remedies have not been evaluated by the SAHPRA for their quality, safety or intended use. This remedy is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Please consult your health care practitioner before consuming any of our products.  Consult your Doctor if your pregnant or breastfeeding.

[learn_more caption=”Additional Information “] There are three different kinds of buchu: Agathosma Betulina (short buchu); Agathosma Serratifolia (long buchu); and Agathosma Crenulata (ovate buchu). The buchu mostly used for medicinal purposes is Agathosma Betulina. The remedial properties of the buchu plant are in its leaves. Interesting fact: Buchu was first exported to Britain in the eighteenth century. In Europe it was called the ‘nobles’ tea’ because only the wealthy could afford it. There were eight bales of buchu on board the Titanic. [/learn_more]

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 3 × 3 × 7 cm
Nature’s Pharmatropia Buchu Ti...