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Cissampelos pareira (Abutua) 500g

ABUTUA (Cissampelos pareira) 500g

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Abuta is a woody, climbing rainforest vine with leaves up to 30 cm long. It produces inedible, dark, grape-sized berries. It belongs to the genus Cissampelos, of which thirty to forty species are represented in the tropics. Abuta vine is blackish-brown and tough; when freshly cut it has a waxy luster. Abuta is found throughout the Amazon in Peru, Brazil, Ecuador, and Colombia, and it is cultivated by many to beautify their gardens.


Hayatine (dl-beberine) is the principal alkaloid of the root. The derivates of the alkaloid, methiodide and methochloride, are potent neuromuscular blocking agents, and give the herb its antispasmodic property.

Key therapeutic benefits:


  • Traditionally, the herb was used as an antispasmodic, beneficial in relieving menstrual cramps.
  • Abuta is helpful in treating women’s ailments, such as preventing miscarriage and uterine hemorrhages. It is also a lacto-stimulator.
  • The herb is prescribed in cases of dysentery, piles and urogenital disorders.

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