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Indonesian Herbal Aphrodisiac of Natural Black Long Jack Plant Roots

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Long jack (Lat. Eurycoma longifolia) is a medicinal plant native to Indonesia. Its roots have natural healing properties, which is why they are used in traditional Indonesian medicine for the making of herbal remedies and supplements. The plant's name in Indonesian (bida(da)ri laut) means "celestial sea nymph" (Sanskrit: apsarāḥ), referring to its aphrodisiacal quality. However, ...

Amulet Ring inlaid with Three Precious Mustika Pearls with Triple Magic Power

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Since the archipelago's islands are surrounded by the seas, one finds mainly saltwater pearls (as opposed to freshwater pearls) in Indonesia. The pearls originate from the Lombok Strait, which connects the Java Sea to the Indian Ocean. Due to the unique maritime ecozone, the Indian Ocean is traditionally also known as "the mine of gems" ...

Traditional Indonesian Aphrodisiac Medicine of Long Jack Plant Roots

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The long jack plant (Latin: Eurycoma longifolia) is renown for its alternative healing properties in Southeast Asian cultures. Though native to Indonesia, the plant is also found and used in Malaysia and Vietnam. Especially the roots of this particular plant serve as a highly efficacious ingredient for herbal remedies. Indeed, the extraordinarily bitter taste of ...

Islamic Rosary made from Gold Akar Bahar Deep-Sea Coral Prayer Beads for Rembrance of Allah

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Deep-sea coral or akar bahar is highly valued for its magical and medicinal quality in Indonesia. However, gold coral (Kulamanamana haumeaae) is considered more precious than the other variants (e.g., black, grey, white, and red coral). Not only is gold coral extremely rare, it is generally also very old. Indeed, this type of coral has ...

Magic Magnolia Flower Oil with a Soothing and Calming Fragrance that Promotes Love, Peace and Harmony

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The essential oil contained within the Indonesian amulet vial is obtained from fragrant champaca flowers of the magnolia tree (Lat. Magnolia champaca, or Michelia champaca). According to traditional Hindu and Buddhist beliefs in Southeast Asian cultures, including Kejawen and Kebatinan tradition in Indonesia, Magnolia trees are believed to be the dwelling place of benevolent nature ...