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King Of The Forest Soap with Honey

$4.50

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Ideal for :

  • Ringworm
  • Liver spots
  • Eczema, Psoriasis
  • Confluent and reticulated papillomatosis (CARP)
  • Cutaneous fungal infections
  • Acne Outbreak

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Description

King Of The Forest Soap treats Liver spots, Eczema, cutaneous fungal infections, Psoriasis, Confluent and reticulated papillomatosis (CARP).

King Of The Forest Soap has Antibacterial, antimicrobial, antifungal, analgesic, and anti-inflammatory effects that have been demonstrated for King of the Forest. Japanese experiments revealed the presence of an anti-inflammatory active substance.

King Of The Forest Soap is used to treat burns, ringworm, liver spots, and cutaneous fungal infections. It is used to treat acne.

 

TRADITIONAL MEDICINAL USES OF KING OF THE FOREST :

A tea produced from the leaves of the king of the forest is used to strengthen and cleanse throughout the Caribbean, notably in Jamaica, but the King Of The Forest Soap may also be used topically for a variety of skin ailments. Impetigo and Ringworm are two examples.

King Of The Forest Soap in Suriname, as well as to cure skin issues, an infusion of the roots is considered to be an excellent uterine conditioner.

In the Philippines, king of the forest leaf extracts is used in the commercial production of soaps, shampoos, and skin creams, which is a significant departure from standard practice.

The King of the Forest (Cassia alata) is a shrub native to Central and South America that is now spread across the world, including tropical Africa.

King of the Forest has huge, coarse-textured leaves up to 20cm long. The plant produces lovely, upright yellow blooms that some say resemble candles.

It is also known as Candle Bush, Impetigo Bush, Ringworm Cassia, Christmas Candle, Guajava, Nsempii, Desay, Fleur Dartre, Akapulko, and Gelenggang.

MEDICINAL USES OF KING OF THE FOREST

In other parts of South America, king of the forest is used to treat fevers, stomach problems, asthma, and sexually transmitted infections; however, Ghanaian researchers (where the plant has been successfully grown for a number of years) demonstrated that an extract from the king of the forest was active in lab tests against MRSA bacteria and gonorrhea. Antibacterial, antimicrobial, antifungal, analgesic, and anti-inflammatory effects have been demonstrated for King of the Forest.

Japanese experiments revealed the presence of an anti-inflammatory active substance. A recent clinical experiment in Thailand found that king of the forest leaf extract was an efficient laxative. In lab experiments, the plant was also found to exhibit antibacterial properties.

According to new research, adenine, one of the active plant compounds in king of the forest, can reduce sticky blood and plaque buildup in the arteries. According to tests conducted in Jamaica, the king of the jungle may be useful in lowering blood pressure, verifying one traditional usage.

Adenine, anthraquinones, flavonoids, naringenin, saponins, kaempferol 3-O-gentiobioside (K3G), and chrysophanic acid are among the plant compounds found in King of the Forest.

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