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Direct from the SourceTM: A Pharmacopeia of Amazonian BotanicalsTM

Mila Lazo with Graviola leaf & fruit.

Mila Lazo with organic Graviola leaf & fruit- direct from the Amazon jungle.

Greetings Herbalists!

Join us as we uncover what indigenous people have known for centuries: the Amazon Basin and Andes Mountains are home to a veritable living pharmacy of healing botanicals. Today, these potent, traditional remedies are further supported by modern scientific studies!

Our certified organic facilities in the USA and Peru are in full production. We’ve added several organic Camu Camu orchards and fields of organic Yacon, from which we derive Yacon Syrup (an all natural, delicious, low-glycemic sweetener). Our Sacha Inchi Oil, a 53% rich Omega-3 oil, is derived from the wild Amazon Sacha Inchi nut. Light in taste, this healthful oil is excellent over salad, rice, etc. We also offer fresh Stone Breaker (Chanca Piedra), Dragon’s Blood (Sangre de Grado), Maca, Graviola, Catuaba and 50 other bulk herbs- direct from the sourceTM.

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Since 1985, we’ve been exploring the world for rare fruits, traditional foods & botanical medicines. We’ve now made over 20 expeditions in the Amazon Jungle. Today, Herbs America works directly with botanists, tribal leaders, universities and laboratories to cultivate and research traditional medicines which are found to be beneficial for both humans and the land.

Our goal is to bring equitability to small farmers and to support indigenous populations in a joint effort to preserve the environment and agrarian economies.

We believe that traditional wisdom and modern science can combine important resources for a long term vision of biological health. We are adamant in our support of indigenous land rights and sustainable agriculture. A portion of each sale is designated to help protect natural heritage through conservation projects.

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Consider the Science, Honor the TraditionTM

Shamans, medicine men, and doctors of the Amazon have used a variety of traditional jungle herbs for many generations. To date, we have only begun to scratch the surface of the rich, botanical pharmacopeia flourishing in the Amazon. At Herbs America we work to share a small amount of these precious herbs with the rest of the globe. We are always searching for newly discovered plants that have beneficial qualities.

We are in constant contact with the Farmers of Peru and the Amazon Forest and have given over one million dollars to support sustainable harvest products.  All our herbs undergo Third-Party Laboratory Testing to ensure accurate species identification and the highest quality available.

“Even if you follow me for months through the jungle, there will be no end to the medicines we can discover.”

~ Huni Caiyawa
Cashinahua Medicine Man

Huni Caiyawa, Cashinahua Medicine Man

Botanical Expedition Blog


Sacha Inchi Oil & Nuts: Facts and Benefits

Sacha Inchi is a wild jungle vine indigenous to the Peruvian Amazon Forest. Ethnobotany This plant has been known by Peruvian natives for several thousand years. It was even used by the Incas, according to the pottery artifacts discovered in their tombs. Industrial Advantages Sacha Inchi seeds have an oil content of nearly 50%! The […]

Got Yacon?

What is Yacon Syrup and what are its benefts? Yacon is a distant relative of the sunflower with an edible tubers. The syrup made from this sweet root contains fructooligosacchardies (FOS). These pass through the digestive tract unmetabolized, providing few calories. The sugars, however, are metabolized by bifidobacteria in the large intestine and contribute to […]

Guayusa One-on-One

Guayusa (gwhy-you-sa) is an Amazonian super-leaf naturally packed with caffeine and polyphenols, so it provides a clean, focused energy. There are low tannins in guayusa, so it lacks the astringent, bitter taste sometimes associated with green and black teas. Instead, it tastes smooth and naturally sweet. Ilex guayusa is an evergreen dioecioustree which grows 6–30 […]