Friday, 21 April 2017


Kemangi and Tebu Gajah plants sharing the same spot in the herb garden.
The tebu gajah plant was a gift from a former colleague, Cikgu Samsuddin.  It is purported to help reduce cholesterol, combat diabetes, treat wounds, gonorrhea, has antiseptic uses and helps strengthens the heart.
Kemangi or basil is an Antioxidants, acts as an Anti-Inflammatory, fights Cancer, contains Antibacterial Properties, contains Antimicrobial Properties that Fight Viruses and Infections, combats Stress by Acting as an 'Adaptogen', fights Depression and promotes Cardiovascular Health.

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