Source Naturals – Zembrin 25 mg. – 60 Tablets
Source Naturals Zembrin supports mental well-being. Zembrin is an extract of Sceletium tortuosum, an herb traditionally used by the San people of South Africa for over 300 years to support emotional and mental well-being. Zembrin is the first product witha benefit-sharing agreement disbursing royalties to benefit the San people and ecologically sustainable cultivation in Africa.
- Supports Mental Well-Being
- 25 mg of Zembrin per Serving
- Suitable for Vegans & Vegetarians
- Free of Gluten, Dairy, Yeast, Egg, Soy or Wheat
Sceletium tortuosum is a species of succulent that can be characterized by its skeletonized venation pattern visible on dried leaves, and its flowers that range from white to light yellow and pink. Traditionally, native healers have used Sceletium tortuosum to decrease thirst and hunger, to help with occasional sleeplessness in adults, and for occasional stomach discomforts in children. It is known to produce many alkaloids responsible for its effects on
the body. These are primarily mesembrine, mesembranol, mesembrenone and mesembrenol. Zembrin is made from entire plant to capture its active constituents.
Keeping a Culture Alive
Zembrin is an environmentally sustainable and socially responsible botanical. Cultivation for commercial purposes has been granted endorsement by The South African San Council on behalf of the San people. Zembrin is
the first product with a prior informed consent benefit-sharing agreement to have been signed with an indigenous group of South Africa. By using this product you not only benefit from knowledge that has been handed down
over centuries, but you are helping to sustain one of the oldest living cultures in South Africa as well.
Secrets of Survival
The San people, also known as Bushmen, live in a vast dry land in sub-Saharan South Africa. They are traditionally nomadic, following migrating herds and gaining sustenance from their ancestral land. Their very survival
has depended on what the earth can provide. Knowledge of the local edible plants can nourish the tribe through a drought year. San people with a physical or emotional issue would consult with traditional healers who would
provide herbal support. Many herbs used for centuries by indigenous cultures have only recently been used in the West. And now Sceletium tortuosum from South Africa is the latest discovery available to Western culture.