Amazon Therapeutic Laboratories - Qat Tea - 1 oz. (30 ml)
Amazon Therapeutic Laboratories Qat Tea. This indigenous tree has found its niche within the culture of several indigenous tribes. Quechua, Tappisco, Shuar, Woroni, etc. indicate that cultivars have literally been passed down from generation to generation as tribes migrated through, the river system of the upper Amazon. Their expedition have documented healthy trees that have been sustainably harvested for over 200 years. These trees were hand planted by the elders of the clans as they migrated within the jungle.
Amazon Therapeutic Labs
Amazon Therapeutic Laboratories originally came about as a collaboration between Jerome Black, Tom Baldwin, and Shannon Casey- 2 of his long term customers from the early days of the Oregon Exotics Fruit Nursery.
Residing on the big island of Hawaii, Tom and Shannon have since founded and manage a botanical sanctuary of their own known as ULUWEHI FARM & NURSERY, which features several acres of intensively cultivated tropical plants including hard to find Amazon medicinal and wild fruits in order to supply voucher samples for our laboratories. Tom works with the living botanical germplasm of numerous tropical species and Shannon is a trained geneticist familiar with both temperate and tropical genetics.
Their experience with permaculture enables ATL to plan education seminars directly in the Amazon basin and other tropical regions. Together they are developing protocols for sustainable permaculture designs of tropical plant species for food, fiber, and medicines. Tom and Shannon's participation ensures that ATL maintains an ethical approach to plant harvesting and sustainable organic cultivation. Favored by top herbalists, practitioners, and retail stores who require quality, these are certified organic products of high integrity.]
Amazon Therapeutic Laboratories Helps
Amazon Therapeutic Laboratories works for the preservation of rainforests and to uphold the intellectual property rights of native healers and their traditional medicines. A portion of each purchase supports the type of research and education that helps carry forward a tradition of natural healing and the sustainable care of taking of forest habitat.