Contains 19 amino acids, electrolytes and many vitamins

Common Name: Suma; Brazilian ginseng
Botanical Name:  Pfaffia paniculata
Habitat:  Brazilian Amazon

General:  Suma is a ground vine with properties similar to ginseng.  The dried root is used for medicinal purposes.

Nutritional Information:  Suma contains vitamins, minerals, trace elements, electrolytes, and 19 amino acids.  

Suma is known to have one of the highest concentrations of any plant of the trade element germanium which is a powerful immune stimulator.  It also contains one of the highest levels of B-Ecdysterone, a plant-based hormone used to maintain strength.

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