Jamu is traditional medicine in Indonesia. It is claimed to have originated in the Mataram Kingdom some 1300 years ago. Though heavily influenced by Ayurveda from India, Indonesia is a vast archipelago with numerous indigenous plants not found in India, and include plants similar to Australia beyond the Wallace Line. Jamu may vary from region to region, and often not written down, especially in remote areas of the country. Jamu is often distributed in the form of powder, pills, capsules, and drinking liquid. Jamu shops, which sell only ingredients or prepare the jamu on spot as required by buyers, as well as women roaming the street to sell jamu, is a commonly seen way to distribute jamu in Indonesia.
Djamu Djago Indonesian herbal medicine is a company founded by TK Suprana in 1918. Armed with the science of making herbal medicine from his mother, TK Suprana then drawn into the business of herbal medicine, particularly herbal medicine for men. Therefore, his name is called "Djamu Djago". Origin of herbal medicine companies Semarang City is increasingly handled flying since the third generation, Jaya Suprana.
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