Jiaogulan Plant

Aug 15 10:15 2017 Karina Garcia Print This Article

Jiaogulan is in growing demand as its benefits leak beyond the bounds of Chinese medicine into the western world.  Gynostemma, known as Jiaogulan in Chinese medicine, has long been considered an “immortality herb” in the regions of Asia where it is native to, including Southwest China, Vietnam and Japan.

Jiaogulan is also referred to as Southern Ginseng. Like ginseng,Guest Posting Jiaogulan is an esteemed adaptogen herb, meaning it a general counterbalance to stress and supports the general function of the body, including immune support, memory, stamina and endurance.  Both ginseng and Jiaogulan share many of the same beneficial phytochemicals, although it greatly exceeds ginseng in the number of .saponins. Gynostemma is also high in amino acids, vitamins and minerals such as calcium, iron, zinc, magnesium, phosphorous and manganese.

Jiaogulan is used by some as an anti-aging supplement and as a general cure-all for both physical and mental ailments.  Gynostemma is high in anti-oxidants, and tests have indicated it can have significant effects on inhibiting cancer cells.  Additionally, gynostemma is believed to have detoxifying effects that can be beneficial to the liver and gastrointestinal system.

Jiaogulan leaf has a sweet taste, and so it is commonly taken as a tea, but it also appears as an extract or tincture. Gynostemma is grown both as a medicinal plant and an ornamental. Like a cucumber, jiaogulan is a climbing vine. However, instead of large fruit, gynostemma only produces shiny black berries.  Gynostemma is sensitive to direct sunlight and frost. Jiaogulan plants do well in pots, meaning it can be brought in to avoid cold winters. Jiaogulan plants can be reproduced by seeds or by separating and planting the runners.  Plants are nice, established starter size plants in 4” pots with a shipping weight of 1.5lbs.

We ship live plants on Mondays and Tuesdays only, so please allow at least 1 week for shipping.  SORRY, NO INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING ON LIVE PLANTS.

**Buyer is responsible for frozen plants. USPS is heated, so the plant will be fine unless you leave it at your door too long. But if you are in a cold area and cannot get the plant right away, signature confirmation can be added to the shipping cost. They will hold the plant until you pick it up.


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Karina Garcia
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Karina Garcia is sales manager of JK Tea Shop, authentic Chinese Loose Leaf tea supplier, for more information, please visit our website at: jkteashop.com

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