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  • Jericho flower

    Ingredients from Kidney fix Jericho flower

    Rose of Jericho is an ancient herb known for its ability to “come back to life” after appearing to dry out and die.

    People use it widely in the Middle East, various parts of Europe, and beyond as a traditional medicine to help with many health conditions. These include menstrual cramps, childbirth, arthritis pain, and metabolic and respiratory disorders, such as diabetes and bronchitis Trusted Source

    People also use it in religious and spiritual practices — sometimes in holy water — to protect against illness and negative energy. Despite the plant’s many purported benefits, critics argue there’s little research to back up these claims.

    • People call rose of Jericho (Anastatica hierochuntica) by many names, such as Jericho rose, resurrection flower, resurrection fern, resurrection plant, Kaff Maryam, Maryam’s flower, hand of Maria, and hand of Fatima.
    • When exposed to desert-like environments with little moisture, rose of Jericho curls into a dry ball similar to a tumbleweed. In this form, it hibernates to protect its flowers on the inside. It does this until it receives water.
    • People use it as a traditional medicine to treat various health conditions, including diabetes, asthma, the common cold, menstrual cramps, and arthritis pain, as well as to facilitate labor.
    • It contains disease-fighting plant compounds known as flavonoids In particular, it’s rich in chlorogenic acid, quercetin, kaempferol, and luteolin, which studies say may reduce inflammation, arthritis pain, blood pressure, and blood sugar levels
    • Along with this, some people think rose of Jericho has antiaging benefits due to its high antioxidant content.
    • Finally, rose of Jericho is famous for its use as an emmenagogue — a herb used to promote blood flow in the uterus.

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