ANAMU (Petiveria alliacea) also known as Guinea Hen. This plant contains high amounts of dibenzyl trisulphide (DTS), which has been verified to have immunostimulant properties. It helps to stimulate the immune system to increase its production of lymphocytes and natural killer cells. At the same time, it increases the production of interferon and interleukins, powerful in destroying bad cells*
- > Anamu is a perennial herbaceous shrub that’s scientifically known as Petiveria alliacea. It also goes by other names, including tipi, mucura, apacin, guine, and guinea hen weed.
- > Traditionally, its leaves and roots have been used in folk medicine for various purposes, including boosting immunity
- > Anamu contains various plant-based compounds with antioxidant properties potential benefits are believed to stem from its variety of plant compounds, including flavonoids, triterpenes, lipids, coumarin, and sulfur compounds
- > Often compared to Graviola Leaf for its Immune boosting capabilities
- > Anamu is available under the following different brand and other names: apacin, apazote de zorro, aposin, calcauchin, chasser vermine, Congo Root, douvant douvant, emeruaiuma, guinea hen leaf, guinea henweed, gully root, heuvo de gato, hierba de las gallinitas, kuan, kudjuruk, lemtewei, lemuru, mal pouri, mapurit, mucura, ocano, payche, Petiveria alliacea, verbena hedionda, verveine puante, and zorillo.