Raw Herbs

MYR380.00
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Ubi Jaga, or Ubi Besi, which has a scientific name called Smilax Myosotiflora, is a type of creeping plant with tubers found in the tropical forest in South East Asia such as Thailand, Malaysia, Myanmar, and Indonesia. Traditionally, Ubi jaga is usually used as a native herb by indigenous folk for its aphrodisiac effects. Accompanied with Tongkat Ali, Ubi Jaga can provide a complimentary positive effect.

MYR250.00
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Tongkat Ali, a wild shrub , also known as Malaysian ginseng and scientifically named as Eurycoma longifolia Jack, is commonly grown on the wet sandy soil in the virgin rainforest of Southeast Asia near the equator. It is named as "herb with therapuetic effects for thousand diseases” and shares equal popularity with bird's nest and pewter art as one of “the three treasures of Malaysia”.

MYR350.00
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Tongkat Ali, a wild shrub , also known as Malaysian ginseng and scientifically named as Eurycoma longifolia Jack, is commonly grown on the wet sandy soil in the virgin rainforest of Southeast Asia near the equator. It is named as "herb with therapuetic effects for thousand diseases” and shares equal popularity with bird's nest and pewter art as one of “the three treasures of Malaysia”.

MYR350.00
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Tongkat Ali, a wild shrub , also known as Malaysian ginseng and scientifically named as Eurycoma longifolia Jack, is commonly grown on the wet sandy soil in the virgin rainforest of Southeast Asia near the equator. It is named as "herb with therapuetic effects for thousand diseases” and shares equal popularity with bird's nest and pewter art as one of “the three treasures of Malaysia”.