The informant's fourfold repetition of the word sa may suggest that much buchu
In attracting these predators, the fynbos and buchu
growing near the vineyards act as a form of natural pesticide, limiting the need to use chemical applications for mealybug control.
, the small-leafed bush traditionally used by the Khoikhoi as a cure-all tea, is now enjoying a renewed appreciation for its aromatic properties which Tempelhoff describes as eucalyptus and blackcurrant.
Christopher Low provides another example, examining how Europeans appropriated and transformed buchu
(used by the Khoisan people of southern Africa), while often failing to understand indigenous perspectives on this medicinal plant.
If the bruising US dispute performed any useful purpose at all it was to expose the fact that South Africa's unique indigenous products--rooibos, honeybush, hoodia and buchu
, to name a few--are unprotected in international markets.
From there he also derives the deodorising habit of sprinkling ground buchu
in the armpits, which Outa Karel had maintained was a Hottentot custom.
Since his stock of vinegar had run low, Burchell made the next batch of buchu
infusion in brandy, 'which faster disappeared than could be accounted for by the wants of my patient'.
Beautifully boxed, it contains a clear travel bag; a Re-charge Black Pepper Bodywash - 100ml; a Cool Buchu
Bodywash - 100ml; a Deep-clean Mineral Ions Facewash - 30ml; Conditioning Olibanum Supershave - 30ml; an Ultra Light Bai Ji Hydrator - 30ml; one Protecting Vitamin Lipsaver - 7ml, and a Cool Buchu
Eau de Toilette - 5ml.
Other ranges also feature, including cool buchu
, active cassia and bracing silverbirch, as well as gift sets such as men's stowaway 2011 and men's traveller 2011.
(Barmosa betulina) - In South Africa, Buchu
is used as a general tonic and medicine, specifically for stomach problems, rheumatism and bladder problems.
Low, 'Different histories of buchu
: Euro-American appropriations of San and Khoekhoe knowledge of buchu
plants', Environment and History, 13(3) (2007): 333-61.
THE INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF BUCHU
LEAF AND GREEN TEAN ON ENTEROCOCCU AND VRE 22.