Abuta Herb

The abuta herb is widely called the “midwife’s herb” because it used to treat various women’s medicinal problems. The abuta herb became known through out the west when it was introduced by Portuguese explorers in the later half of the 17th century The abuta herb comes from a  woody rainforest  vine commonly found in Brazil and Peru but also is found throughout all of Amazonian rainforest.. The Abuta  vine produces medium sized leaves which produce an edible grape sized berries, it’s barks, root parts are used as medicines by the…

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