Ehnasia is One of The Centers Belonging to the Beni Suef

  • New Cairo, Egypt
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is One of The Centers Belonging to the Beni Suef Governorate, and it is located West of the City of Beni Suef, and it was the Capital of Egypt During the Era of the Ninth and tenth dynasties for a period of nearly two centuries, from 2242 to 2452 BC ( Before Christ ).
Ancient Egypt Gained Wide Fame in the Field of Medicine and Herbal Medicine and Left us the Most important Documents, as the Ancient writings and Chests on The Walls of Temples and The Remnants of Herbs That were Found Beside Embalms Testify That The Ancient Egyptians used Herbs Since 3000 Years BC.
The Papyrus Rolls in The Tombs Contained Treasures of information about The use of Medicinal Plants in the Treatment of Patients.
The Most Famous of These Papyri are the Cahoon, Smith and Hearst Papyri and the London and Berlin Papyri.
The papyrus ((Ebers)) Remains one of the most important Egyptian Manuscripts That Discusses Herbal Medicine, Which is One of the Oldest Medical Papyrus Ever Found so Far, as it Dates Back to 1552 BC.

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Ehnasia Herbs
The Future of Herbs

In the light of the great progress and development be achieved in Egypt , ehnasia herbs providing high quality of kinds of herbs and medical plants in the area of herbs supplementation , by what is quality with highest international standard for organic food agriculture , that match best international standard for healthcare.

To be the leader allover the word in supplementation of herbs and medical plants by 100% grantee of Quality As homes said : Egyptian people are the leader in herbal medication and we are here to continue what our grandfather success.

History and Future

Homer or Humorous is a Legendary Greek Epic Poet Indicates in His Famous Book (The Odyssey) That People in Egypt are Gifted ( Tallanted ) in Medicine, Medicinal Plants More Than Others, and That Their Medicine was Superior to Other Sciences. Other Than What you are Assigned to.”

And Hatshepsut (One of the Kings of The Pharaohs) Sent a Mission to Somalia and Abyssinia to Bring Flowers.

Radishes Were Also Found in The Tombs Of the Twelfth Dynasty. As for its Juice, They Used it as Drops for The Ears.

Chenopodium was Also Found.

It was mentioned in the papyri that they used bitter melon, thyme ,saffron, linden, garlic, onions, lupine, fenugreek, sycamore, olive oil, sesame, juniper, poppy, pomegranate, nigella, anise, cumin, willow, mint and castor.

And the love of cardamom, bayong, and others…