When I was prescribed an herbal treatment for my kidney stones in 2006, we asked the urologist if we can use the real herb in place of the commercial version of sambong pills. And it is history that we had planted sambong so we can save money instead of buying the pills and at the same time get more efficacy. It is very effective for me and until now I am drinking sambong tea that we brew using the leaves of the sambong plant plus lemon grass to add flavor and at the same time fight cholesterol. Do you have a herbal kiosk there? Based on what I see, there is an array of herbal supplements - in packets, sachets and bottles - displayed in the kiosk which is big business. For one sickness like diabetes, there are countless of cures and preventive treatments. And it looks like all diseases and ailments are covered with the thousands of herbal supplement in that kiosk. It would have been great if those herbal supplements are true to their blurb. However, all of them have a label in the packaging that says - no approved therapeutic claims.