The root of this rambling ground vine found in South America is used traditionally as a medicine and tonic containing 19 different amino acids, a large number of electrolytes, trace minerals, iron, magnesium, zinc and other vitamins. It’s also called Brazilian ginseng but not related to ginseng. Traditionally used to treat anemia it had high germanium content accounting for being an oxygenator at the cellular level.
Helps combat fatigue, immune issues and stress. Suma is an ‘adaptogen” to help the body adapt to stress by improving the immune system. Suma is also used to treat for cancer and tumors, diabetes, and male sexual performance problems; as a tonic to restore body function; and as an aphrodisiac to heighten sexual arousal.
Safe for consumption
Adaptogen, immunostimulant, stimulant, tonic
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