Burbur, the Peruvian herb leaves, have been used in decoctions and infusions for many years. The plant is native to the central Andes and grows wild in Central and South America. In Mexico it is known by the name Amor-seco, and in Venezuela it is called Pega-Pega.
Burbur leaf is known to contain Flavonoids, Alkaloids, Soyasaponins and an active compound called Astragalin - that is also found in the well known herb Astragalus.
Rio Health Manayupa-P’nella (Burbur-P’nella) 60ml
- Tincture of Desmodium molliculum aka Manayupa or Burbur, with P’nella
- Minimum Dry Herb Potency Ratio 1:3
- Calibrated dropper for easy dispensing