The Suma or the Brazilian Ginseng or Amazonian Ginseng as it is also called has always been used by the native tribes of Brazil for being a natural remedy called "paratudo" (treats everything) as it was nicknamed there. This is because this plant works as a tonic, brings vitality when you have fatigue, relieves hypertension, improves the functioning of the respiratory system, combats the effects of stress and cellular oxidation and helps with liver complications.
It has a high iron content and has up to 19 different types of amino acids present.
It is also a natural alternative to help with sickle cell and steroid anemia, arteriosclerosis and balance blood sugar and fight cholesterol, being good for those with diabetes.
How to Use?
Consume 1 teaspoon per day in cereals, soups, juices, smoothies, etc.
Women who are pregnant and breastfeeding.