ROSE OF JERICHO  (Selaginella Lepidophylla) from $1.09 oz USD
  •  ROSE OF JERICHO  (Selaginella Lepidophylla) from $1.09 oz USD
  •  ROSE OF JERICHO  (Selaginella Lepidophylla) from $1.09 oz USD

ROSE OF JERICHO (Selaginella Lepidophylla) from $1.09 oz USD

$36.00 - $153.00
Rose of Jericho or Doradilla Selaginella lepidophylla has been used as a herbal medicine. An infusion is made by steeping a tablespoon of dried material in hot water, and the resulting tea is used to treat colds and sore throats. In Mexico, S. lepidophylla is sold as a diuretic.
Packing: 16 oz Kraft bag
MOQ: 4 pounds
Ingredients: Rose of Jericho or Doradilla Selaginella lepidophylla
Preparing tea::
Bring the cup of water to a boil and, when it comes to a boil, add the Doradiilla.
Reduce the heat to a minimum and let the decoction take place for 3 minutes.
After this time, pass it through a strainer, let it rest, and consume it.
Take a cup a day, for 10 days in a row.
Origin: Mexico
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ROSE OF JERICHO  (Selaginella Lepidophylla) 

The Selaginella lepidophylla plant is adapted to desert and dry areas, where it can survive months without water. Doradilla is used as a diuretic to treat kidney diseases. It has many other applications such as heart conditions, bile, gallstones, gallbladder stones, kidney stones, urine blockage, cystitis, anger, waist pain, back pain, kidney pain, stomach inflammation, kidney irritation, liver irritation, urine sickness, stone sickness, parasitism, rheumatism, black shyness, cough, and ulcers.


Selaginella lepidophylla is noted for its ability to survive almost complete desiccation; during dry weather in its native habitat, its stems curl into a tight ball (like a tumbleweed) and uncurl only when exposed to moisture.

Set it in a shallow dish of water, and over the next few hours watching it begin to come back to life! Its leaves are fern-like; it does not actually form flowers. Sizes will vary once unfurled (usually around 4-5 inches wide). The color of the "resurrected" plant will vary (some will be more green, and others browner).

Change out the water every few days to avoid molding, and store it in a cool and dry place to have it curl back up. Legend says that these plants can be resurrected again and again for over 50 years!

This plant is generally enjoyed as a novelty (or a fun botany lesson for kids) but is also used as an herbal medicine via infusion into teas or via grinding into a powder. In spiritual herbalism, it is used in love spells or rituals seeking to bring the love that has died; also used in money-drawing rituals.

Please use herbs and other natural substances with care. Many natural herbs can act like medicines if ingested, inhaled, applied to the skin, or otherwise consumed. This may be beneficial, but may also be harmful.

Before consuming herbs or other natural substances, you should always consult with your health provider about possible health effects for you (such as interactions with your current medications, allergies, or medical conditions). Product descriptions are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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