NASUHA HERBS PARADISE, MUAR

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Our recent Colours of Lives Travelogue Malaysia trip took us to the Nasuha Herbs Paradise, a herbal haven found by its owner En. Nasuha Kasian who has painstakingly travelled the world and brought back some rare herbs to be planted here as well…

And this makes Nasuha Herbs Paradise, the pioneer and leader in the herbs and spices based industry with over 108 types of products being distributed both locally and internationally…

The Nasuha Herbs Paradise plantation is located at the Km 19, Jalan Muar-Pagoh, Johor over an area of 3,200 acres, and with this is said to be one of the largest herbs and spices plantation in Asia, producing 6 to 10 metric of raw herbs and spices each day…

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We were briefed about the herbs and products they had there when we arrived there at Nasuha Herbs Paradise by En Nasuha Kasian’s son Hariz Haikal, the General Manager… and joined there by Tourism Malaysia director En Iskandar Mirza and his officer Hasrizal, both who were actually on their way to Johor Bahru for another different event as well..

You can find about 135 various type of herbs collected from all over the world… The herbs here uses purely organic system of cultivation made out of goat, sheep and deer poop, without chemical fertilizers and herbicides, producing herbs free from chemical contamination…

The herbs are then harvested and dry-processed using latest technology to prevent the loss of natural nutrients, thus maintaining high nutritional quality of its product… Blending and packaging are done immediately after drying to reduce any contamination and to maintain freshness of the products…

As a result, you will get a variety of interesting and health beneficial teas, from Gora, Serico, Centella, Cinnamon, Allspice, Garcinia, Noni, Scaphium, as well as herbal massage oil, insect repellent that somehow smell fascinating to me… way different from the normal lemongrass thingie… as well as a bio-herbal spray for skin…

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You can also find lovely chalets and log cabins there as well as check out the pretty unique spa therapy treatment packages they offer there, I certainly found it all fascinating and interesting…

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You can go on a tour in the plantation along with the people from Tourism Malaysia which will took us past the livestock there, as well as many herbal plants and trees… even the special goats they breed there are very healthy and low in cholesterol, if you are considering eating them, since these goats are fed with mulberry leaves….

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They also have a Nasuha Herbal Restaurant with logs and stones that made up the interior.. very earthy and rustic… which serves up some pretty yummy Nasi Beriyani Ayam Herba, soup and some Asam Pedas Daging if I am not mistaken…

By the way, you will be surprised to know that the well known curry or spice company Mak Siti is also a subsidiary under Nasuha Herbs Paradise, and the factory is inside the grounds of the Nasuha Herbs Paradise…

To learn more about fascinating benefits of herbs and all, do be sure to check out Nasuha Herbs Paradise… we all certainly had a whole load of tea and some of us got detoxed pretty fast… lol…

Address – Jalan Muar, 84500 MUAR

Colours of Lives Travelogue Malaysia is organised by Borakkita.com, and supported by Tourism Malaysia.

Special thanks to Tourism Malaysia Johor for accompanying us, and also thanks to Canon MalaysiaYushaz Car RentalKaseh HQAvox StreetwearMarini Naturale Magic888tea for being our sponsors and believing in us…

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