Agriculture Products

Panax Ginseng Plant (Man-Root)

Ginseng, (genus Panax), genus of 12 species of medicinal herbs of the family Araliaceae. The root of Asian ginseng (Panax ginseng), native to Manchuria and Korea, has long been used as a drug and is made into a stimulating tea in China, Korea, and Japan. American ginseng (P. quinquefolius), native from Quebec and Manitoba southward to the coasts of the Gulf of Mexico, is also used in traditional medicine. The majority of the cultivated roots of American ginseng are dried and exported to Hong Kong, and from there the spice is distributed to Southeast Asia.


1. Contains antioxidants that may reduce inflammation

2. May benefit brain function

3. Could improve erectile dysfunction

4. May boost the immune system

5. May have potential benefits against cancer

6. May fight tiredness and increase energy levels

7. Could lower blood sugar

Withania Somnifera Plant (Ashwagandha)

Withania somnifera, known commonly as ashwagandha or winter cherry, is an evergreen shrub in the Solanaceae or nightshade family that grows in India, the Middle East, and parts of Africa. Several other species in the genus Withania are morphologically similar.

Asgandh (Withania somnifera Dunal) is a well-known Asian medicinal plant widely used in the treatment of many clinical conditions in Asian countries and. It is an important drug commonly known as Asgand which has been used either single or in combination with other drugs in Unani as well as Ayurvedic system of medicine for centuries


1. Relieves Stress and Anxiety                 2. Lowers Blood Sugar and Fat

3. Increases Muscle and Strength           4. Improves Sexual Function in Women

5. Boosts Fertility and Testosterone Levels in Men

6. Sharpens Focus and Memory              7. Supports Heart Health

Moringo Oleifera Plant (Suhanjana)

Moringa, (Moringa Oleifera), also called horseradish tree or drumstick tree, small deciduous tree (family Moringaceae) native to tropical Asia but also naturalized in Africa and tropical America. Flowers, pods, leaves, and even twigs are cooked and eaten. The leaves, which can also be eaten raw when young, are especially nutritious and are high in iron, potassium, and vitamin C. A horseradish-flavored condiment is prepared from the crushed roots. Ben oil, extracted from the seeds, is used by watchmakers and in cosmetics; perfume makers value it for its retention of scents.


1. Controls Blood Sugar                             2. Nourish Your Hair 

3. Reduce Asthma Symptoms                   4. Protect Your Liver

5. Treat Stomach Issues                             6. Build Healthy Bones

7. Treat Edema                                             8. Prevent Cancer

9. Maintains Cholesterol Level                  10. Aid in Weight Loss