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Phyllanthus Urinaria Koreana
Phyllanthus Urinaria is a small annual herb growing up to 2 feet tall. It has greenish white flowers and has very small wart like fruits, greenish-red, underneath every pair of the feathered leaves. Belonging to the Euphorbiaceae family, there are over 600 Phyllanthus species all over the world. Described in the Traditional Chinese Materia Medica for over thousands of years, Phyllanthus Urinaria has a wide range of traditional uses. This includes employing the whole plant for paediatric illnesses, jaundice, and liver diseases.
Phyllanthus urinaria Koreana, a close but taxonomically distinct relative of Phyllanthus amarus, discovered and clinically proven by Dr. Chung, the director of WHO Collaborating Centre for Immunological Research on the Prevention and Control and its related Diseases in South Korea. Phyllanthus Urinaria Koreana not only is far more superior to the other Phyllanthus species and other western medicines, but its safety and efficacy were scientifically proven in clinical studies over the past 15 years.
Seeds under Electron Microscope
Phyllanthus Urinaria Koreana Seed
Phyllanthus Amarus Seed