Crazy Jamaica Zooming in on Jamaica

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    May 7

    Last week (Middle of July 2012)was an amazing and great week for me. I received a call from a gentleman who goes by the name of Enjoy425 on our blog. He has been purchasing soursop leaves with barks from our website for a few months and we developed a great relationship on the telephone.

    Enjoy 425 was diagnosed one and a half year ago with pancreatic cancer.We talk many times and I kept in touch to see how his tests and check ups went at the doctor. He had just come from the doctor with his results and I got that call to say he was cancer free !!For me it was nothing short of AMAZING !!! This makes what I do special.


    THIS TESTIMONY WAS POSTED IN THE CANCER BLOG.and also added to the soursop testimony page


    Hi Everyone:

    This testimonial is being written to give cancer patients like myself hope for a possible cure through natural herbs. Just over a year ago now, I was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and given a 5% chance of survival. After hours and hours of research, I located a site that provided information of a possible cure for cancer with a herb called soursop grown in Jamaica. I would personally like to thank a wonderful lady by the name of Marie, who took it upon herself to send me the necessary herbs, soursop leaves and bark, to commence my natural treatment. For a while now, I have been boiling the soursop leaves and bark and drinking it. I recently had a CT Scan done and am very excited to let everyone now that it was a success. At the time of diagnosis, my tumour marker was 70, after surgery it was 35,35 and under is good and now it is 0.06 which is excellent. There was no trace of cancer !! I strongly believe that the amazing results are from drinking the soursop mixture. With many prayers. wonderful people, and this amazing natural remedy, I will beat my fight with cancer. May the Good Lord be with you all and guide you through your difficult journey. Keep the faith and a positive outlook because there is a cure for cancer




23 Responses to “LETS TALK HERBS”

  1. Hi i am Layla. I would really love to purchase the Dogblood herb, so i was wondering if there is any direct store that i can go to get it in Fort Lauderdale, Fl.
    I have had some bad experiences ordering herbs online and so I would just like to know that i am getting the right thing.
    My husband and I have been trying to have a baby more than two years now but so far we have not had any luck.
    I have heard so many people talk about the Dogblood herb and so i would like to try it, Please also can you recommend something to help boost my husband's fertility.

    your responds is greatly appreciated.
    Thank you.

  2. CJamaica said on

    Hi Layla,

    The Dog blood herb is a popular one used for this purpose. We however have a number of herbs listed for this purpose . .It is very important that you both first to be diagnosed by a medical doctor to see what the problem is. For female infertility read more here.
    Herbs like the Bois Bande ,Damiana, Horny Goat weed etc. Have been very effective. As for the herbs to purchase. Purlife Herbs is the best herbs I can attest for. These herbs are packaged in a certified establishment and have been used by many for years. If you however have a store or establishment that you shop at closer to you ,please feel free to give them this number to call (954-380-9679)(876-828=0001), so they can carry the Purelife Herbs Or you can call us or email us their information.Purelife Herbs is seeking distributors all over to carry their herbs.

  3. Do you have any stores in Jamaica?

  4. CJamaica said on

    Hi Nicole,

    We are in the process of opening the store that will be selling herbs in Jamaica.This will be done by Sept. 3rd.address is 10-12 Bell Road , Kingston 11 We will post in our contact section closer to the time. Until then we have the online store and ship out only.

  5. barbara said on

    My husband has chf and is there anything as far as naturals to help strengthen the heart muscle ?

  6. CJamaica said on

    Hi Barbara ,

    We use the Search mi Heart herb along with Whatever is prescribed by your medical Doctor.

    Just thought I would share this article with you.

    Herbs for the Heart

    © 1998 Christopher Hobbs
    The heart is the primary organ of the cardiovascular system. Hand in hand with the vessels, it is constantly working, pumping life-giving blood and supplying oxygen to all the cells and tissues of the body. Besides oxygen, it carries all the nutrients for every cell of the body-vitamins, minerals, enzymes, sugars for energy, proteins for cellular repair, and numerous other vital substances. The blood is also responsible for carrying away waste products from the cells. If the blood is not moving properly-regularly and strongly through all the tissues-waste products build up. Aches and pains may occur in the muscles and other parts of the body. We feel tired, depressed, dispirited, and eventually do not consider life worth living. If the blood is not adequately conveying its precious cargo to all the cells and carrying away wastes to be eliminated through the bowels, urine, and sweat, the aging process is speeded up ten times or more. The heart is obviously a vital part of a wellness program, because its primary job is to move the blood through the tissues every minute of every day with no holidays and time off for 'good behavior.'

    For all it gives, I think you would agree that the heart deserves a certain amount of respect. What it wants is a high-potassium, high-fiber, and low-sodium diet, focusing on fresh vegetables, whole grains, and legumes. It is not fond of sticky, fatty foods like bacon or doughnuts. Stimulants containing caffeine like cola drinks, coffee, tea, and chocolate also cause the heart to work much harder than normal. The heart does find all kinds of exercise agreeable, especially if it is not overdone. Of major benefit is some form of aerobic exercise done at least thirty minutes three to four times weekly. Walking, dancing, swimming, skiing, and movement of all kinds are excellent 'healthy heart' insurance. Incorporate time for relaxation into the daily routine, a time when the heart can slow down and rest. A full refreshing night's sleep is also important, for this is the time when the heart can perform major repairs, clear out waste products, and ready itself for the busy day ahead.

    It is interesting that in Traditional Chinese Medicine (an important natural system of health and healing that has been developing for over 4,000 years), the heart is associated with the nervous system and 'the spirit.' It is said that if the Heart system is strong, then the mind will be clear, the emotions positive and calm, and the spirit strong. Joy is the emotion associated with the heart. It is thought that experiencing joy will have a beneficial effect on the heart. Sometimes we don't allow ourselves to feel joy, holding back on the expression of who we are as individuals. This may be a result of lack of love and guidance during the formative years or traumatic experiences or illness at any time of life. In this case, our hearts become 'hardened.' This can promote heart and vascular disease like arteriosclerosis, which literally means 'hardening of the arteries.' In TCM there is the understanding that we can also experience too much of an emotion, and this might lead to illness. How can we feel too much joy? This is called mania. People who are manic allow their emotions and nervous system to get carried away to such an extent that it literally damages their adrenals and nervous system, as well as the heart.

    In both TCM and western herbalism, there are many herbs that are known to offer significant protection to the heart. Some herbs can calm and regulate the heart and increase blood flow and nutrients to the heart muscle itself, strengthening its ability to do its work. Here is a list of some of the important benefits the regular use of herbs can have on the heart:

    increasing the blood supply to the heart muscle
    lowering blood pressure
    steadying the heart beat
    preventing clots from forming
    improving the tone of the vessels
    lowering cholesterol and triglyceride levels
    having an antioxidant effect
    Specific Botanicals for the Heart


    Hawthorn (Crataegus oxycanthus) has long been considered the herb of choice for strengthening and protecting the cardiovascular system, particularly the heart. In the late 1800s European doctors began experimenting with it clinically for heart disease and other cardiovascular disorders, and since then its reputation has grown steadily. Today numerous laboratory tests and a number of clinical trials support its use by demonstrating that hawthorn leaves, flowers, and fruits contain chemical compounds that increase blood flow to the heart muscle, as well as positively affect other aspects of cardiovascular health. Hawthorn has been used successfully for angina pectoris, functional heart disease, arrhythmia, early manifestations of circulatory insufficiency, and as a heart tonic to regulate circulation. In Europe, hawthorn preparations are often prescribed by doctors to support the effect of digitalis and to serve as a substitute when digitalis cannot be tolerated or its side effects need to be avoided (Madaus, 1938; List & Hörhammer, 1969-79). In modern European medicine, hawthorn preparations are widely used for chronic or light cases of cardiovascular diseases. Steinegger and Hänsel emphasize that they '…are not specific drugs for treatment of acute illnesses. They are first and foremost a preventative drug to slow down the aggravation of beginning cardiovascular damage.

    Hawthorn is safe for long-term use and needs to be taken over a period of several months to achieve results. According to the respected German Dr. R.F. Weiss (1988), the dose is thirty to forty drops three times daily to begin and later taken morning and evening as a maintenance dose. I recommend one teaspoon of the leaf, flower, and fruit liquid extract or tincture morning and evening in a little water.


    Garlic (Allium sativum) has a very respectable history of use as a medicinal plant. It is said to have been eaten by stone age workers, as well as the Egyptians who built the mighty pyramids to keep fit and strong, and even today there is extensive research on garlic confirming its healthful effects on the intestines, the blood, the cardiovascular system, etc. It is very popular in the U.S. and is said to be the second best-selling natural drug sold in Germany, where it is used primarily for arteriosclerosis and high blood pressure. Researchers contend that sulfur-containing compounds (i.e. alliin) in garlic are responsible for its medicinal benefits. Clinical studies have demonstrated garlic's cholesterol-reducing and platelet aggregation-inhibiting properties (Ernst et al, 1985). One clinical study involved forty patients who took a daily dose of 900 mg of dried garlic powder. After four months, there was were significant reductions of the amounts of tryglycerides compared to the placebo group (Vorberg & Schneider, 1991). Garlic has also been shown to cause a mild blood pressure lowering effect, particularly in hypertensive patients (Auer et al, 1990). In the German Commission E monographs garlic's actions are listed as '…lipid-lowering, inhibition of platelet aggregation, prolongation of bleeding and clotting time, enhancement of fibrinolytic activity (Blumenthal, ed. 1996).' Although the fresh cloves are the most potent, because of the smell many people prefer a garlic capsule or tablet. Many of these are fine; just take a higher dose to make up for the reduction in potency, and use them regularly for best results.

    Daily dosage for the different forms of garlic are as follows:
    Powder: 400-1200 mg
    Fresh: 2-5 g
    Oil: 2-5 mg
    NOTE: Garlic must be taken for several months to achieve optimum results.


    Motherwort is a well-known sedative and nervine that is extremely beneficial to the circulatory system, as evinced by its Latin name, Leonurus cardiaca. As a heart tonic, motherwort is used for palpitations, mild heart irregularity, hypertension, and to strengthen the heart. Dr. Rudolf Weiss from Germany states in Herbal Medicine, 'My own investigations have shown that there is indeed a medicinal action mainly for functional heart complaints.' For optimum results the herb should be take for several months (Weiss, 1988). Motherwort may be taken as an infusion, using 2 teaspoons to 1 cup water and drinking 1 cup morning and evening.

    As the leading cause of mortality in many developed countries of the world, heart disease is still a major problem. Why not add healthy heart supplements to your daily regime?

    It's the best kind of health insurance.


    Lloyd Brothers. 1927. Facsimile Reproductions of the Principal Labels of Specific Medicines. Cincinnati: Lloyd Brothers Pharmacists, Inc.
    Blumenthal, M., ed. 1997. Commission E Monographs. Austin: American Botanical Council.
    Ernst, E. et al. 1985. Garlic and Blood Lipids. British Medical Journal. 291, 139.
    Madaus, G. 1938. Lehrbuch der Biologischen Heilmittel. New York: Gerog Olms.
    Steinegger, E. and R. Hänsel. 1988. Handbook of Pharmacognosy and Phytopharmacy. New York: Springer-Verlag.
    Weiss, R.F. 1988. Herbal Medicine. Beaconsfield, England: Beaconsfield Publishers, Ltd.

  7. yes you can get search mi heart and give him

  8. ALTHEA DRYSDALE said on


  9. Hi, I'm from Africa. I read about jamaican strong and would want to purchase some. How do I get the details?

  10. Hi David,

    Was there another name for the Jamaican strong you read about ? Is it a herb you are looking for ?

  11. I am a Jamaican living in the USA , one of my husband best friend has cancer, and is looking for some natural herbs to help alongside is normal treatment.

    I read about soursop leave, I can not beleive this was under my nose all this time. Is there some where in the USA we can purchase it.

  12. Hi Cavel,

    We carry the soursop leaves and the guinea hen weed on this site . Click on the product section .We ship all over the world. from Florida ,U.S.A.
    These herbs are helping many people with various conditions.

  13. is the store in jamaica opened as yet?

  14. Hi Nicole;

    Yes we are at 10 Bell Rd. Kingston 11. We do not have all the products at this time.Call us at 828-0001/954-380-9679

  15. Hello Nicole,

    Ive been trying to order some herbs off your website i live in England and when i come to pay for them its states no shipping to this destination, why is that,can you please let me know how i can purchase these items i need. As i havwe look other places and cannot find them. Thank you look forward to hearing from you. Regards Wendy

  16. Hello Wendy,

    Sometimes our shopping cart act up and this is the result. I will reset it and you may try again. If you do not get through ,please call me at 954-380-9679 to order on the phone. Sorry for the inconvenience.

  17. Hi Nicole,

    Would it be possible for you to sell whole root (or sliced root) of the Maranta Arundianacea (arrowroot)?

    I’m not interested in making cookies with the seriously heavily processed arrowroot powder that everyone sells, but I am very much interested in adding whole/slice arrowroot to my soup stocks, since it is great for the adrenals (See “new” Isocort adrenal formula). From what I understand from Wikipedia, Maranta Arundinacea is the “original” arrowroot and is a big crop in such places as Jamaica…. but NOBODY sells whole (or sliced) root.

    Thanks so much and do let me know, since I also want to place an order for Sour Sop leaves & bark from you and would love to combine the orders.


  18. Hi Camile,

    Arrowroot is not a crop that Purelife Herbs grow or have anyone who grows it. I will check to see if we will be able to get enough for exporting and to see if the procedure to export it is something we can handle.Keep checking in at our store at or .
    This would not be something that we would be able to do immediately,so If you needed to order something else, go ahead and order …

    All the best Camile
    Purelife Herbs

  19. Oops, with all the references to “Nicole” about the shopping cart, I thought your name was Nicole. Sorry about that Marie. My apologies, Camile

  20. No Problem Camile,


    Purelife Herbs

  21. Thank you Marie. Sincerely, Camile

  22. lyoneisse said on

    Hi i had sent you an email i dont know how long it will take for you to verify it since I’m really searching for an answer because i kinda think i mite be having blocked tubes so I’m gonna repost it on here.

    Here’s my story, when i was 19 years old i had chlamydia but was treated and my partner also but the thing is i don’t know how long i had it for and i dont know who gave it to me because before i was in relationship with this person i was in a long term relationship before so that’s my concern because it could be either one of them… So last year i was involved in an other relationship and we kind of try to have a baby but never happened turns out that relationship didnt last for long and then i tried to get pregnant with somebody else that i was in a relationship with earlier this year and didn’t happen either so we’re no longer together… Recently i started doing some research on that sexually transmitted disease that i found out i had way back and i learn that it can also mess up your reproductive system i feel really concern because i will like to have my own children later on in
    life and i don’t want
    anything to come in my way… While i was doing my research
    i came across your website i read a couple of information and see that you can help with any type of reproductive problems…. I’ve tried to find answers about my fertility,I’m 23 yrs old I’ve had doctors who told me that i am to young to be checking my fertility… Please i really need your help i need to know what i should do in my situation… I will really appreciate your help thank you in advance

  23. Hi Lyoneisse,

    sorry for the late reply.

    We have information that tells about the herbs their uses and benefits. We definitely do not prescribe or in no way can heal.
    There are some herbs however that clears the fallopian tubes and helps to balance the hormones. In doing these, they alleviate certain problems that are
    there.Herbs that help with the hormones and clear the fall. tubes are :
    Dog blood
    shama macka
    devil’s horse whip
    rice bitters

    The herbs are available on and three or more of these herbs can be combined, but the DOGBLOOD HERBS HAS TO BE IN THE COMBINATION.
    It is also important to get rid of the build up and toxins by using tuna leaves soaked in water or tuna powder.

    All the best.

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