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How a newly adopted reaches her new godparents...

The projectis meant to spread the idea of "ONENESS" to the world.

We appreciate your patience at times when the mother plants need resting periods - these are short intervals in which we do not harvest.


I want to adopt or give away to someone a-offspring.
My branch will get the following name:
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The offspring will be sent along with a small transparent watertank for her trip. The offspring also comes with a card of godparentship, and a "how to care" description, which also includes the logindata.

each offspring (includes shipping):
within Germany: 10,00
within Europe: 12,00
Rest of the world: 14,00
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NEW!
Now, you may let us send your offspring in a heartshaped decoration.
It's just 6 Euro more!
Shipped with this heartshaped decoration, the offspring will come with a watertank, wrappend in a satin ribbon, and decorated with a golden coloured pliable wire.

This affectionate set can be decorated in a wide range of individual ways.





"A fragrance between fresh and
rich, with olibanum echoes and
incredible gleaming power!
"

- a German perfumer once said about the


The wonderful fragrance of this plant is used for aroma therapy. In her home country India, she is amongst others used for the making of body oils, bath additives and vanishing cremes.


Panikoorka (Coleus Aromaticus) - the little herb plant from Kerala.

Panikoorka (lat. Pashanbheda Coleus Aromaticus) is an ayurveda medical plant from Kerala, with different names as e.g. Navara or Navarayila, Karpooravalli, Omavalli, Suganda, Pashanbheda (or also Pashanbhanda). There are also several different latin names: Coleus aromaticus and Plectranthus amboinicus all are the same plant.

The jagged, silky leaves are of light green colour. The multiplication is quite easy with cions.

All kinds of cions are cut off just below a leave "knot" . At this spot, the cells are most active, so that out of this cut new roots grow quite fast. The best is to remove all leaves despite a few at the top - this reduces the loss of humidity by transpiration, and the remaining leaves ensure the build-up of organic substances by photosynthesis.

Panikkoorka is used for the treatment of many diseases in India. You can find numerous reports on this in the internet.

AT THIS POINT WE REALLY WANT TO POINT OUT: THIS PLANT DOES NOT REPLACE THE VISIT AT THE DOCTOR'S, TRADITIONAL HEALER OR THERAPIST!


This website is dedicated to the wellness aspect as well as the world wide network thought - with the help of this plant.


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