Speaking of reproductive health, this plant is mainly concerned with diabetic males. Diabetic males have more oxidative stress in their body, which affects sperm quality and motility. In such cases Gynura can help you in keeping sperm quality intact. It clears away toxins- oxidative stress- from your body and produces nutrition for sperm. As a result, both the motility and quantity of sperm increase. So, as xii research has proven, Gynura is a guaranteed refuge for diabetic males looking for healthy sperms and improved reproductive health!
I have a bottle of something that looks similar to the pandan extract you have displayed - I've always thought it was just a green food colouring (pandan-green; there's no english on the label to indicate what it is exactly), and hence have never used it before. At the back it says "aroma pasta pandan" - I have no idea what language that's in, so if you could please help me decipher its meaning, that would be awesome. I'm hoping it's actually pandan extract or something other than just colouring..
PS if it is an extract, would I be able to substitute pandan extract for pandan paste, since they're not available at my local shops, both asian or otherwise?
Neat new rooms (30sq m in a Deluxe) feature purple herringbone carpets, deep purple cushions, large 40-inch flatscreen TV with HDMI socket, and curved pale-wood desks and furniture. Gone is the dull Amari grey and rust. Expect a cream stone foyer, see-through glass corner bathroom with large wooden Venetian blinds, WiFi, long blonde wood table with two three-pin multi-plug sockets, a black leather chair, concealed top-loading laptop safe, window-side divan with purple cushions and a smart grey metallic headboard holding up a large bed. A further set of two three-pin multi-socket plug points are featured either side of the bed so there’s no dearth of gadget recharging options.