Infertility

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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.

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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.

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Kacip Fatimah is a “National Treasure” of Malaysia. Botanical name known as Labisia Pumilia, this herbs usually grows in the Southeast Asian rainforest. The original Kacip Fatimah can only be found in Malaysia’s unpolluted rainforests 350 meters above sea level. It is short and small and is usually found growing beside the Tongkat Ali, just like soul mates.

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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”.

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Tongkat Ali is sourced from the cirgin forests in Malaysia. These forest are virtually pollution free and are estimated to be 248 million years old. In addition to Tongkat Ali (which health benefits are known and well accepted), there is a wide variety of other herbs, medicinal plants and trees found in these forest. We select only the roots from wild species of the Tongkat Ali and not from the cultivated Tongkat Ali.