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Gol Gavzaban (Borage)

  • Commodity : Gol Gavzaban (Borage)
  • Code : IEM-1170
  • Class : Medicinal Herbs
  • Type : Dried
  • Grade : Grade A
  • Minimum Order : 2,000 kg
  • Origin : Iran
  • Packing : Bulk– Bag 25 Kg – Carton box 10 kg - Packing @ Customer's Request
  • Supply Ability : 5,000 Kg per Month
  • Term Of Delivery : EXW - FSA - FAS - FOB- CFR - CIF - CPT – CIP
  • Payment Term : TT- 30 % against PI, 70 % against draft BL
  • Documents : HC,CO, BL, Packing List, Invoice & etc.
  • Delivery Time : 15 - 20 Days
  • Inspection : Possible

Description :

Iranian export viper's bugloss:

Viper’s bugloss is a vegetative and yearly plant that to advantage from its healing properties, the flowers and leaves of Viper’s bugloss are dried and used to make tea, tea, and sweat of Viper’s bugloss. Iranian viper’s bugloss is impressive in treating the symptoms of colds and eliminates dumps, lowers blood pressure, cheers, dilutes the blood, relieves anguish and apprehension, and eliminates heart palpitations. Other effects include painkillers, softeners, anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory, rheumatism, Prevention of gastric cancer, diabetes, and removal of lung and kidney diseases.

 

Iranian Viper’s bugloss harvest season:

Viper’s bugloss seeds are sown in autumn and spring. Its straight tillage is in cold regions from mid-October to mid-November and in temperate regions in late November. Indirect sowing takes place in autumn or early spring. Harvesting of viper’s bugloss starts from the middle of May and continues until the middle of June and even until the end of the summer season until the end of August. The geographical repartition of this plant is from an altitude of 1000 meters to an altitude of 3000 meters.

Size and types of Iranian Viper’s bugloss:

Viper’s bugloss of two or more years old plant with a proximate hauteur of 20-80 cm and stem of flowering plant 60- 80 cm. Its flowers are blue, white and purple.

Viper’s bugloss planting and production place in Iran:

In a large area of ​​northern Iran, Gilan, Mazandaran, and Golestan, including Kandovan, Clare Dasht heights, Chalous heights, Bin Manjil and Rostamabad on the way to Rasht, Golestan forest and mountainous villages west of Astara city and northwestern areas of Iran, including Ardabil You go to Astara and part of it in Kermanshah and Ilam. Rudsar, Talesh, Astara, Amlash, Rudbar, and Siahkal counties are the most important cultivation areas of this plant.

 

Types of Iranian Viper’s bugloss export packaging:

Viper’s bugloss should not be packed in glass containers; because it perspires and causes the product to become an insect. If sold in the stack; it should not be poured into plastic bags and cardboard or paper bags or sacks should be used to allow air to circulate.

How to send Iranian Viper’s bugloss for export:

Due to the small distance and lower transit costs, field is used to export this product to neighboring countries, but in the case of exporting this goods to European countries, air transportation is still a good choice for their export.

Export and import statistics of Viper’s bugloss in the world:

Viper’s bugloss perchance deployment from North Africa to other parts of the universe and are at present found in the Mediterranean zone, parts of North Africa, and parts of the Middle East. In some countries, this plant produces other products such as viper’s bugloss oil. In countries such as Turkey, Cyprus, Italy, Slovenia, and Spain, in addition to wet and dry products, this plant also produces impressive medicinal compounds and oils. Every kilogram of Viper’s bugloss oil extracted from its seeds is estimated at $ 45 and consuming countries; The countries of the Persian Gulf are Pakistan and Iraq.

Viper’s bugloss export statistics from Iran:

This plant is endemic to the northern regions of Iran and the Caucasus. Gilan province is the largest producer of this pharmaceutical plant in the country with the manufacture of more than 90%. The export goal plaza of this product will be first the Middle East region and then European countries. At present, the Persian Gulf, Vietnam, and China are great clients of Gilan viper’s bugloss.