Suma root

Suma also called Brazilian ginseng (Pfaffia paniculatasyn.Hebanthe paniculataGomphrena paniculataGomphrena erianthaIresine erianthosIresine paniculataIresine tenuisPfaffia erianthaXeraea paniculata[1]is the root of a rambling ground vine found in South America used traditionally as a medicine and tonic. Nicknamed “para tudo” which means “for all,” suma is an herbal medicine with adaptogenic qualities that serve to normalize and enhance body systems, increase resistance to stress, and boost overall functioning. It has been used for a variety of ailments with good efficacy[citation needed], hence the name “para tudo.”

{Information courtesy Wikipedia}