“Besides traditional use, more than half of all prescription drugs are based on a molecule that occurs naturally in a plant.” Graciela Rocha.
“The panadol plant or plectranthus caninus roth is a member of the Lamiaceae (mint, labiatae/deadnettle) family. It comes from a family of flowering plants. I classify it as a very spiritual, healing and intriguing plant. It appears that in St Lucia it is well documented.
Research shows that the panadol plant is used to treat gum and skin diseases. I was also informed about its pain-relieving properties. Oregano, or our poor man’s pork, which is a member of the mint family, is also used to protect against diabetes, detoxify the body, improve heart health and has other health benefits.
I am encouraging all readers to go out there and do your research on the astonishing panadol plant”. Annette Maynard-Watson
You are invited to visit the African Heritage Foundation’s Medicinal Herbal Garden at its headquarters on Two Mile Hill where you can get your panadol plant.