Wilga

It’s botanical name, Geijera parviflora, is a wonderful Traditional Australian Botanical which has a coumarin compound, Geiparvarin. This has been synthesized by leading pharmaceutical companies to assist with chronic disease.

Wilga often known as Australian Weeping Willow, not to be confused with the English weeping willow, has a tantalizing fresh citrus scent and is sought after as a base for perfumes. However, its beneficial properties are many.

High in coumarin-based anticoagulant, antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-viral, antifungal, and anti-parasitic, anti-cancer, anti-diabetic, analgesic, anti-inflammatory agents, anti-neurodegenerative disorders, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, epilepsy, schizophrenia, anxiety and depression.

Works on boosting the immune system

Potent Free Radical Scavenging activity

Muscular pain, muscle relaxant

Swelling joints

Headaches, pain relief, analgesic, cough, lungs, sinus

Great for upper respiratory relief

Analgesic

Anti-tumour

Anti-inflammatory

Anti-anxiolytic – inhibits anxiety

Muscle relaxant

Anti-hypersensitive – anti high blood pressure

Anti-arrhythmic general anaesthesia combating body aches and pains

Anti-glaucoma

Steroidal

Anti-ulcer – stomach and upper intestinal ulcers

Anti-diuretic

Anorectic

Anti-depressant

Anti-microbial

Inhibition of Sickle Cell Formation

Anti-aging

Anti-parkinsonism

Anti-histaminic

Anti-neoplastic

Anti-HIV

Good for topical insect bites and repellent.

Anticholinergic

With a broad antitumor spectrum, more potent antitumor activity, and less toxicity than many other antitumor agents.

Wilga (Geijera Parviflora) is well tolerated and there are no known adverse reactions.

 

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