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Basella alba

Basella Alba is a herb used commonly alongside Hibiscus macranthus for the purpose of fertility. The combination has been found to increase testosterone in rats, and Basella appears to be more active in this regard.

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Also Known As

Indian Spinach, Malabar spinach, Red vine spinach, Creeping Spinach

Do Not Confuse With

Spinach, Morus Alba or Eclipta Alba (similar names)

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