Herbal Africa Cucumis Africanus Tincture 30ml
Cucumis Africanus is an African herb traditionally used to:
- Relieve pain (ethno-botanical and anecdotal data).
- Relieve inflammations (ethno-botanical, in-vitro and anecdotal data).
- Aid in cancer treatments (ethno-botanical, in-vitro and anecdotal data).
- Assist in the treatment of viruses (ethno-botanical, in-vitro and anecdotal data).
- Assist in the treatment of parasites (ethno-botanical, in-vitro and anecdotal data).
A popular African first aid remedy and used for the above-mentioned ailments, the African Cucumis is used from the Cape Province northwards to tropical Africa. Through scientific research, its traditional uses are being validated and verified.
Scientific research has reported the following actions of the plant extracts/active compounds:
- Immunostimulant properties
- Suggested by ethno medicine: antimicrobial, anti-malarial, anti-viral and hepatoprotective
May also be used for gonorrhoea, hepatitis A, B and C, hepatocirrhosis, inflammations, ingrown toenails (topical application), malaria (supplement) and as a preventative for colds and flu. Is rich in vitamins and minerals (ethno-botanical data).
Dosage: shake well before using.
Adults: 8 to 10 drops 3 times daily at regular intervals or when required with 10 ml of water or juice.
Preparation: African Cucumis alcohol and water extracts
Contra Indications: People with a hypersensitivity to any ingredients of the plant species. Not to be taken during pregnancy.
Overdosing may cause diarrhoea.
Pharmacological classification: A 34. Other.
Pharmacological action: African herbal medicine.
Indications: It is traditionally used in the support of cancers, inflammations, pain and parasitical infestations.
Side effects and special precautions: May cause diarrhoea.
Known symptoms of over dosage and particulars of its treatment: Diarrhoea. Anti-diarrhoeal medications.
Presentation: 30 ml brown homeopathic bottles.
Storage instructions: Keep in a cool, dry place. Keep out of reach of children.
Consult your medical practitioner if symptoms persist.