Cotyledon orbiculata, commonly know as 'pig's ear' is a native South African succulent plant. Bears orange-red coloured bell-shaped drooping flowers In South Africa, it is used medicinally; the fleshy part of the leaf is applied to warts and corns. Heated leaves are used as poultices for boils and other inflammations. Leaves contain a bufanolide which is toxic to sheep, goats, horses, cattle, poultry, and dogs.
Dandelion: Used for Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS), Weight Loss, High Blood Pressure, Congestive Heart Failure, Cancer Prevention, Yeast Infection, Digestive Aid. Eat fresh leaves in a salad (they are quite tasty). Chinese doctors have prescribed Dandelion for thousands of years to treat colds, bronchitis, pneumonia, ulcers, hepatitis, obesity, dental problems, itching and internal injuries. Quite simply a 'super' herb.
Pelargonium sidoidies - Umckaloaba this is a very attractive low growing bush with succulent grey leaves and long sprays of deep magenta/maroon flowers. The flower stems continue to grow longer with more buds developing, so it flowers continuously through spring into winter. Used a medicinal plant in it’s native South Africa to treat bronchitis and colds.
SCENTED LEAF GERANIUMS - SIDOIDES 2 1/2 inch pot "Pelargonium sidoides (Umckaloabo, South African Geranium) is a medicinal plant native to South Africa. Derivative inexpensive cold and flu medicines of various brands are widely available under the Umcka"
Pelargonium sidoides. A classic combination for a sunny spot. Weve combined our favorite Pelargonium sidoides with a new heat tolerant pale pink Marguerite, Argyranthemum Pink Reflection, silvery Centaurea gymnocarpa ‘Colchester White’ and Dichondra Silver Falls and a fine selection of Gaura ‘Belize‘, with wine tinted foliage and wine/pink blossoms that dance on 18-24 stems all summer.
Natural Sinus Infection Cure- •Umcka-double the dose • Green tea with unfiltered honey and ginger root (boil in the water for the tea) •Olive Leaf Extract nasal spray •Olive Leaf Extract capsules •Silver Shield •Saline spray to break up the "junk" I had such a bad sinus infection I was about to take antibiotics, but this kicked it to the curb!