Brief Introduction: Damiana consists of the aromatic, dried yellow-brown leaves of the subtropical Turnera diffusa shrub, a fruit-bearing plant native to Mexico and the southern United States. The dried branches are sometimes used medicinally as well.
Brief Introduction: Devil's claw is a perennial shrub, it is native to Southern Africa. It has dense branches and leaves and red flowers. It is named Devil's Claw because of its tiny claw hook, which covers its fruit. African locals have used it as a folk medicine for centuries to treat pain and inflammation.
Brief Introduction: Devil's dung is the gum resin of Ferula assafoetida, a colorful perennial found growing wild in Iran and Afghanistan.
Brief Introduction: Dill is cultivated in many parts of the world, it originates from the coast of the Mediterranean region and is widely cultivated in European and American countries. Dill fruit looks like fennel, with small yellow flowers and small fruits. Both the dried ripe fruit and fine, needle-like leaves of this common, fragrant herb are used medicinally.