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Aloe Vera
Aloe barbadensis
Xanthorrhoeaceae family

  • “Plant of Mortality” called by the Egyptians 6,000 years ago.
  • Amazing skin treatment qualities; healing first- to second-degree burns, rejuvenating, healing, or soothing properties.
  • Great for applying topically to burns abrasions psoriasis and even bug bites
  • Acts as an analgesic to help relieve the pain of wounds.
  • Contains over 200 active components, including vitamins, minerals, amino acids, enzymes, polysaccharides, and fatty acids.
  • Contains 12 substances, including B-sisterole, which can help slow down or inhibit inflammation. This may be able to help with painful joints due to stiffness and improve joint flexibility.


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Barleria Lupulina
Barleria macrostachys Bojer
Acanthaceae family

  • Leaves are used to treat snakebites, dog bites and swelling due to fall or assault, boils, minor burns, bleeding wound, rheumatism.
  • Popular medicinal plant distributed in mountains of southern and western India.



Barleria Lupulina Barleria macrostachys Bojer Acanthaceae family

Betel leaf
Piper Betle
Piperaceae family

  • Used to treat nervous pains, nervous exhaustion and debility.
  • Has analgesic and cooling properties.
  • It can be applied over the painful area to relieve an intense headache.
  • The betel plant originated from South and Southeast Asia.



Betel leaf Piper Betle Piperaceae family

Beach Morning Glory
Ipomoea pes-caprae
Convolvulaceae family

  • Leaves are used to soothe itches, joint pains, swelling and inflammation.
  • Used widely in Southeast Asia to treat jellyfish stings.
  • Used to treat inflammation and gastrointestinal disorders in Brazilian folk medicine.
  • Wildly grown on the sandy shores of the tropical Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans.
  • We picked out wild beach morning glory to make MATA Balm from our private beach on Samui Island, Thailand.

Betel leaf Piper Betle Piperaceae family

Clinacanthus Nutans Lindau
Sabah Snake Grass
Acanthaceae family

  • It has been used extensively by traditional healers in Southern Thailand and North-Western Malaysia as an effective remedy to heal bites from snakes or venomous insects like scorpions and bees.
  • The extract of its leaves possesses a strong anti-inflammatory activity and has been used as an anti-inflammatory medicine. This effect is due to its ability to inhibit the neutrophil responsiveness as evidenced by the significant inhibition of myeloperoxidase (MPO) activity.

Betel leaf Piper Betle Piperaceae family

Crinum Veld Lily
Crinum Asiaticum
Amaryllidaceae family

  • Leaves are used to treat muscle aches, pains and inflammation, as well as bruises and swelling.
  • Roots are used to heal wounds.
  • It is widely planted in many warmer regions as an ornamental.

Betel leaf Piper Betle Piperaceae family

Garden Quinine
Clerodendrun inerme Gaertn
Lamiaceae family

  • Leaves are used to treat skin diseases, bruises, itching and swelling.
  • Dry leaves are used to treat minor infections.
  • Boil roots for antipyretic and used for the treatment of liver.
  • It is considered to be an erect, drooping or straggling shrug. The shrubs grows to a height of 1 to 2.5 metres and is found mostly in the coastal areas.

Zingiber Cassumunar Plai Zingiberaceae family

Zingiber Cassumunar
Zingiberaceae family

  • The essential oil is known for its superior analgesic and antiinflammatory actions.
  • Great natural solution for pain, inflammation and arthritis with cooling effect.
  • Contain Cassumunarin which is a powerful antioxidant, as well as antiviral, antiseptic and antibacterial properties.
  • The rhizome of variant 'Roxburgh' is used medicinally in massage therapy and even in food in Thailand.
  • It is a species of plant in ginger family and also a relative of galangal.