Chaney Roots Bulk Bush Leaves 4.5kg




Collections: Herbs, Teas and Hot Drinks

Product type: Herbs ,Teas and Hot Drinks

Vendor: PanChef

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The Chaney root is found in the deep woodlands of Jamaica, this roots is used by persons, both young and old as a Tonic and medicinal cure for several illnesses including; impotency (low sex drive), cleansing the blood, rheumatism and arthritis, neutralizing acids, skin conditions and fatigue. The Chaney Root is also said to be packed with Iron and promotes excellent physical strength. The root can also be boiled with other herbs including Sarsaparilla, red hibiscus flowers and even Garlic.

How to use Chaney Root

The Chaney Root is generally boiled and sweetened with sugar or honey and drank as a tea in the morning. The root is very strong and can be boiled twice or even three times.
To every 25g of Chaney Root you can add approx. 950ml water and boil.

Jamaican Chaney Root.

Chaney root, botanically referred to as Similax Balbisiana, is a well-known Jamaican herb used as a tonic. The chaney root grows throughout the Jamaican woodlands but the herb is very widely cultivated in the Jamaican Cockpit Country; a ecological wonderland located in the west-central region of the island.The brown root contains significant amounts of iron and is popular amongst men looking to boost their sex drive and stamina.

How to use Jamaican Chaney Root.

Jamaican chaney root is used either as a herbal tea or as an integral ingredient for tonic drinks. To make chaney root herbal tea, firstly the root being used is normally allowed to soak overnight. The root is then boiled for 15 to 20 minutes after which it is strained and sweetened with honey or sugar. Jamaican Chaney root is combined with other herbs, such as Sarsaparilla, to create a tonic drink. The herbs must be boiled properly before use in order to reduce the risk of side effects.

Health Benefits of Jamaican Chaney Root.

Since the chaney root has a high iron content it is particularly useful for strengthening and cleansing the blood; this is ideal for persons suffering from anemia and low blood count. The chaney root is also used to relieve back pain, arthritis and rheumatism. The root is also used to treat rashes and a host of skin problems. Jamaican chaney root is also used as a popular aphrodisiac, particularly amongst men who are looking for a boost for their sex drive and an increase in overall stamina as well as a remedy for impotence.
The chaney root is also used to help stop internal hemorrhaging in women, which may occur after childbirth or during menstruation. This is accomplished by boiling the root with garlic for around 15 minutes then allowing the remedy to cool, after which the mixture is sipped throughout the day. Chaney root is also used as a remedy for fatigue and was an “old time” treatment for syphilis.