Jamu Rice Kencur
Jamu rice kencur believed to get rid of sore on the body. By drinking jamu rice kencur, the body will be spared from the aches and pains that usually arises when working too hard. In addition, there are many who argue that the rice kencur herbs can stimulate the appetite, so it increases appetite and body become healthier.
Raw materials: In the manufacture of jamu rice kencur, there are some variation materials used, but there are two basic ingredients are always used, namely rice and kencur. Both of these materials in accordance with the name of the herb, and the herb is always there even if the composition is not always the same among herbalist. Other ingredients commonly mixed into the rice kencur herbal concoction is kedawung seeds, ginger, cardamom seeds, tamarind, wood keningar, turmeric, lime, and nutmeg. As a sweetener used brown sugar mixed with white sugar.+More
Jamur Turmeric Acid
Jamu turmeric acid is a herbal medicine to nourish the body or it can make the body to cool. There is also a saying useful to avoid the heat in or ulcers, and stomach cold. A medicinal herbalist said that this species is not well taken by a pregnant young mother with respect to its smooth menstruation. There is also a herbalist who recommends drinking herbal turmeric acid to smooth menstruation.
Raw materials: Jamu turmeric acid is generally not much different between the manufacturer. The difference was in the composition of the constituent materials. Jamu is made with the main ingredient fruit acids plus turmeric, but there are few creators that mixes with sinom, ginger, kedawung seeds and lime juice. As a sweetener used brown sugar mixed with white sugar and a little salt.+More
Jamu Kunci Suruh
Jamu kunci suruh is used by women, especially mothers for treating complaints whitish (fluor albus). Meanwhile, another benefit is to close part of the female sex (vaginal), eliminate body odor, shrink the uterus and stomach, and is said to strengthen teeth.
Raw Materials: The raw materials of herbal medicine is as the name suggests, the key rhizome and betel leaf. Usually always added tamarind. Some herbalist add other ingredients commonly used in vaginal discharge, like betel nut, lock pepet, and majakan. In this study, it was found the other ingredients are added, the jambe, beluntas, and kencur. As a sweetener used granulated sugar, brown sugar and a little salt.+More
Until now it has not been established since when dispensing and drinking herbal traditions emerge. But this tradition is believed from hundreds or even thousands of years ago. Dispensing and drinking herbal tradition goes back to the period of Hindu-Javanese kingdom. This is evidenced by the inscription Madhawapura from Majapahit who called the profession of 'artisan Jamu' called Acaraki.
Herbal medicine has been known for centuries in Indonesia, which was first recognized in the palace in Yogyakarta and Kasunanan Sultanate of Surakarta.
Ancient herbal recipe only known among the royal palace and not allowed out of the palace. But along with the changing times, the people in the royal palace who modern, they began to teach Jamu to the public. Now herbal medicine growing not only outside the palace but also in Indonesia and up to overseas.
For Indonesian people, Jamu is a recipe handed down from his ancestors in order to be maintained and developed.
Herbal ingredients taken from plants in Indonesia either from roots, leaves, fruits, flowers, and bark.
Since time immemorial, Indonesia has been known for its wealth, fertile soil with an assortment of plants stretch wide.
Fertile land with a wealth of plants greatly affects the lives of the people of Indonesia because they depend on nature in his quest to fulfill a variety of needs. Tillage, crop harvesting, natural processes not only produce food, but also a variety of useful products for health and beauty treatments.
Our ancestors used a recipe made from leaves, roots and tubers for health and cure diseases, as well as other preparations that provide beauty treatments complete face and body. This mixture of traditional herbs known as JAMU.+More
Jamu is made from natural ingredients, such as parts of plants like rhizomes (roots), leaves, bark, and fruit. There is also the use of materials from animals, such as bile goats or tangkur crocodile.
Herbal medicine usually tastes bitter so it needs to be supplemented honey as a sweetener to taste more tolerable drinker.
In large cities there are professional herbalist carrying herbal medicine peddling around as a healthy and refreshing drink. Jamu is also produced in factories and sold in a variety of herbal drug store in the form of tablets, caplets and capsules.+More