Zentraveler discovers crude medical plant Bugayana!

Crude Medicinal Plant

Bugayana is used as a tonic drink in the Philippines by locals and is sold in local markets to help people with their common colds, sore throats, and infections during flu season. A native medicine made up of powderized tree roots and is known to cure fatigue and depression.

It comes prepackaged in a small brown bag and is one serving. You simply pour the ingredients into a cup and pour steaming hot water into the cup and begin to drink. The locals swear by it and it does seem to work. It definitely makes you feel better and has no known side effects.

Disclaimer: This website is simply the writers views and is not an attempt to practice medicine or provide specific medical or health advice and should not be used to make a diagnosis or to replace or overrule a qualified health care provider’s judgment. None of the statements on zentraveler are to be understood as a recommendation on how to treat any disease or health related condition. If you require medical or other assistance Zentraveler strongly encourages users to consult with a qualified health care professional.

QUOTE:Plants have always been considered important because of their healing properties. Therapeutic properties of medical plants are very useful in healing innumerable diseases and the subsidy of these medicinal plants is being 100% natural. Medicinal plants and herbs contain substances known to modern and very ancient civilizations for their healing properties. Until the development of chemistry, and particularly, of the synthesis of organic compounds in the 19th century, medicinal plants and herbs were the sole source of curing man’s ills. The genetic material of ancient and new herbs and plants are coveted for their potential in learning, combining, manipulating and synthesizing new medicine.

THINGS YOU MAY NOT KNOW: “WILDCRAFTING Learning to wildcraft, or collect wild plants, in your own neck of the woods will greatly enhance your pleasure in practicing herbal medicine, as well as your sense of connection to the earth. The most important rule of wildcrafting is to make sure you collect the proper species. Some plants have poisonous lookalikes. Be especially careful with mushrooms, as a mistake can easily be fatal. Also be sure to collect the correct plant part—for example, blue elderberries are wonderful, but the leaves are toxic.”

THINGS YOU MAY WANT TO SAVE: Our earths plants! which hold the secrets to every disease in the world! What are you thinking when you slash and burn without regard to natures’ hidden secrets. Can you say corporate greed!

ZENTRAVELER SAYS: Have a morning cup of Bugayana during cold and flu season.

From here to Infinity is a relatively short ride! The next leg takes eons and eons as you fly through the Barycentric Dynamical Time Zone! …and on and on and on.

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4 responses to “Zentraveler discovers crude medical plant Bugayana!

  1. please help me with my thesis. bugayana isa one of my sample plants that i am currently studying now. I really need its complete scientific name and common name. if you also know the sci. names of chinamot, dugosay namot, aguso kasuarina, acibar and other common herbal plants that are being sold in the market, it would be great help. im BS Biology student here in Davao City. thank you and God bless

  2. mcclen

    san po ako makakabili ng ganito taga quezon city po ako! reply pls asap salamat po

  3. meron po ba kayung main dito sa manila para po derecho po ako bibile sa inyu. dto po kc sa tondo pine fake nila. please reply

  4. Meron ba yan
    dito s Kuwait….gusto ko sana bumili dito…

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