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It's no secret Thailand has the 5th largest protected natural rainforest in the world! 

Siam Natural ™ herbal health, skin & beauty care products include an omnibus of compounds, flowers & nature's botanical anti-oxidants & natural skin care treatments.

Tanaka tree - Limonia acidissima Thua thong (mung bean - vigna radiata)   Amlaki Fruit  (emblica officinalis)   Phaohom (kaempferia galanga)  Soap Pod (acacia_concinna)  Makrut Lime  (kaffir lime citris hystrix)   Chaludh (alyxia_reinwardtii_blume)  Plai (zingiber cassumunar)  Rice (oryza sativa glutinosa )  Imported Asian super healing Green Tea

Native Pueraria mirifica is a Thailand national treasure with a solid reputation for skin and breast firming & beauty rejuvenation attributes

  Siam Natural has organically cultivated Pueraria mirifica tea and V-caps  Read more

Blue Butterfly Pea Tea (Clitoria ternatea) is an extremely popular flower used by Asian ladies for generations for natural skin, hair, & more!

   

The botanical name is Clitoria ternatea flower & the Blue Butterfly Pea is renowned in Asia folklore for it's amazing effects on skin & hair. It's also considered 'nootropic' because it produces a mild meditative calming effect & is known for anti-stress & improving memory & mental alertness. Called "Anchan" in Thailand, Blue Butterfly pea flower has a high content of the natural polyphenol, 'Quercetin'. It's commonly available as Dok Anchan tea, plus it's in numerous hair care products, skin care products, and used as a culinary coloring and in cooking.

Clitoria ternatea
In traditional Ayurvedic medicine, it has been used for centuries as a memory enhancer, nootropic, antistress, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, anti-convulsant, tranquilizing and sedative agent. In Southeast Asia the flowers are used to color & prepare food. In Thailand, a blue tea beverage is made called nam Dok Anchan , it is sometimes consumed with a drop of lime juice to increase acidity and turn the juice into pink-purple. In Burmese and Thai cuisine the flowers are also dipped in batter & fried. In scientific tests the methanolic extract of Clitoria ternatea roots demonstrated nootropic, anxiolytic, anti-depressant, anti-convulsant and anti-stress activity. The active constituents include tannins, resins, starch, taraxerol and taraxerone. Recently, several biologically active peptides called cliotides have been isolated from the heat-stable fraction of Clitoria ternatea extract. Cliotides belong to the cyclotides family and activities studies show that cliotides display potent anti-microbial activity against E. coli, K. pneumonia, P. aeruginosa and cytotoxicity against Hela cells. These peptides have potential to be lead compound for the development of novel anti-microbial and anti-cancer agents. In traditional medicine: Owing to its visual similarity to a female body part, this plant has been ascribed properties affecting the same. It is used traditionally to treat sexual ailments, like infertility and gonorrhea, to control menstrual discharge, and also as an aphrodisiac. This practice aligns with an ancient belief recorded in the Doctrine of Signatures.

Research on the effects of dietary polyphenols on human health has developed considerably over the past 10 years. It strongly supports a role for polyphenols in the prevention of degenerative diseases, particularly cardiovascular diseases and cancers. The antioxidant properties of polyphenols have been widely studied, but it has become clear that the mechanisms of action of polyphenols go beyond the modulation of oxidative stress.

This supplemental issue of The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, published on the occasion of the 1st International Conference on Polyphenols and Health, offers an overview of the experimental, clinical, and epidemiologic evidence of the effects of polyphenols on health.

Polyphenols flavonoids, antioxidants, health, cardiovascular diseases, cancers
Polyphenols are the most abundant antioxidants in the diet. Their total dietary intake could be as high as 1 g/d, which is much higher than that of all other classes of phytochemicals and known dietary antioxidants. For perspective, this is ?10 times higher than the intake of vitamin C and 100 times higher that the intakes of vitamin E and carotenoids (1, 2). Their main dietary sources are fruits and plant-derived beverages such as fruit juices, tea, coffee, and red wine. Vegetables, cereals, chocolate, and dry legumes also contribute to the total polyphenol intake.

Despite their wide distribution in plants, the health effects of dietary polyphenols have come to the attention of nutritionists only rather recently. Until the mid-1990s, the most widely studied antioxidants were antioxidant vitamins, carotenoids, and minerals. Research on flavonoids and other polyphenols, their antioxidant properties, and their effects in disease prevention truly began after 1995. Flavonoids were hardly mentioned in textbooks on antioxidants published before that date (3). The main factor that has delayed research on polyphenols is the considerable diversity and complexity of their chemical structures.

Current evidence strongly supports a contribution of polyphenols to the prevention of cardiovascular diseases, cancers, and osteoporosis and suggests a role in the prevention of neurodegenerative diseases and diabetes mellitus (4). However, our knowledge still appears too limited for formulation of recommendations for the general population or for particular populations at risk of specific diseases. Evidence for a reduction of disease risk by flavonoids was considered “possible” for cardiovascular diseases and “insufficient” for cancers in a recent report from the World Health Organization (5). The objectives of the 1st International Conference on Polyphenols and Health (Vichy, France, November 18–21, 2004) were to offer an overview of our current knowledge on the associations between polyphenol intake and disease and health and to discuss key issues awaiting resolution. More than 350 communications from >30 countries were presented.

Read more details about Clitoria ternatea. Siam Natural offers the Blue Butterfly Pea organic sun-dried flowers, pure extract in V-caps, and an all natural nutritional hot or cold instant tea our line of Islandelights brand 'Flower Power' instant 100% natural Asian flower extract beverages

Pha Krabit is a fabulous tasting herb tea from the flower seed pod of Helicteres isora bush. The English translation is "twisted hemp" (no relation to ganja). Science recently discovered new phyto-chemicals in this ancient Thai folk remedy that are powerful anti-oxidants & cytotoxic agents used to inhibit the proliferation of cancerous cells! Read more below;

Pharmacopoeia of Thailand; The bark & roots of 'twisted hemp' is used in traditional Thai folklore remedies to treat various conditions such as over active pituitary (which effects the thyroid gland), lower body pain, diarrhea, swollen, joints, sprains, diabetes II, & high blood pressure. A hypercholesterolemia tea (lowers cholesterol), Pha Krabit is excellent for weight loss, beriberi (deficiency of thiamine/vitamin B1, which affects the heart-cardiac dilatation, fatty degeneration, peripheral nerves), allergies, muscle/joint/back pain, including migraine, plus acts as a liver and kidneys cleanse as a general tonic. Especially revered by women prone to cists/tumors breast, colon, & ovarian cancers, this herb is only known in rural areas where folklore herbs & teas are passed from grandma to mother to daughter. Little is known to the majority of the Thai population or the world in general. The scientific community took special interest over the past 15 years with numerous studies producing scientific documentation & newly discovered phyto chemicals from research projects in Japan, Thailand, India and elsewhere.
http://www.pharmacy.mahidol.ac.th/thai/knowledgeinfo.php?id=143

Botanical name: Helicteres isora L.(Sterculiaceae) A powerful anti-oxidant, & cytotoxic agent used to inhibit the proliferation of cancerous cells. Components include; newly discovered Cucurbitacin B and Isocucurbitacin B. Three additional new compounds; 4-ObD-glucopyranosyl rosmarinic acid (2), 4, 4-O-di-bD- glucopyranosyl rosmarinic acid (3) and 2R-O-(4-ObD- glucopyranosyl caffeoyl)-3-(4- hydroxyphenyl) lactic acid named as 4-ObD-glucopyranosyl isorinic acid (4) were isolated.
http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/np50039a033?journalCode=jnprdf
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