7 Serapat Traditional Herb
Our Serapat is found in the wild of east coast, about 5 hours of journey from our honey harvesting area.
It is known as Serapat in which means "tight". This herb is widely use by women especially after childbirth. All parts of the plant are used, both orally as well as topically. However, the bark of this small tree is considered the most effective part of the plant, especially when it is consumed as tea.
The scientific name of Serapat is Parameria Polyneura or Parameria barbata (Blume) K. Schum. and it belongs to Apocynaceae family.
The active ingredients found in Serapat:
The barks of Serapat contain:
The leaves contain:
Serapat leaves and barks are harvested from the forests. All the collected leaves and barks are washed with clean water. Then the leaves and barks are dried hygienically in food dehydrator. The dried leaves and barks are then packaged and it is ready for consumption.
Part of plants used : Barks and leaves
Appearance : Dried barks and leaves
Colour : Pale green (leaves), dark brown (barks)
Odour : Characteristic
Taste : Tasteless (leaves), bitter (barks)
Packaging : Box
Our Serapat 7 Serapat is combination of 7 types of special herbs for alternative treatment for all internal problems of women.
TRADITIONAL & MODERN CONSUMPTION
Boil and cook for about 30 minutes, put the other ingredients if wanted and needed. Remove it from the place and the resulting decoction is drunk.
Do not consume in large quantities in a short period of interval. The standard dose is considered to be a maximum of 50g of leaves or barks in a day. Users should monitor themselves and reduce their dosage if these side effects occur. It is better to take smaller amounts over a 2-7 day period than a very high amount in one day.
Does not affect the production of breast milk and even more milk after consuming it Can not be taken during menstruation. ** Pregnant mothers are forbidden to drink.
There is no side effect found in the previous research by the Scientifics.
Keep in a cool and dry place. Avoid from reach of children.