We are suppliers of high quality African plants and botanical extracts for medicinal, cosmetic and flavour purposes. Some of our favourites right now include Artemisia afra, Baobab, Buchu, Rooibos, Honeybush, Mondia whitei, Cannabis Sativa, CBD Oil, Eriosema kraussianum, Yohimbe, Agathosma, Aspalathus linearis and Harpagophytum.

Please note

Permission to prospect, trade and research indigenous South African species is regulated by the Bioprospecting, Access and Benefit Sharing (BABS) Regulations, 2008 created under the National Environmental Management Biodiversity Act (NEMBA), Act 10 of 2004. Intelezi African Herbs has submitted it’s application for a permit in terms of this important legislation and we will keep you posted on progress of the application. Our ability to trade SA herbs during this process may be affected. Herbs that are imported from other countries in Africa, Europe, Asia and the Americas are not subject to South African BABS regulations but rather to the rules promulgated by the supplying country and trade in these species is not affected.

Cultivating Botanicals & Creating Community-Based Supply Chains

Intelezi African Herbs is concerned about the unsustainable harvesting of some rare and precious plants such as Mondia whitei. For this reason we have initiated cultivation projects aimed at trialing and up-scaling effective horticulture practices.


Herbs from
Africa's East Coast

This is a sub-tropical region of extremely high biodiversity comprising the provinces of KwaZulu-Natal and Mpumalanga in South Africa, as well as Swaziland and Mozambique. Herbalists from the Bantu and Tonga people are famous for their knowledge of plant use and healing techniques.

Pelargonium sidoides-umckaloabo-khoara

Herbs from
Africa’s West Coast

This Mediterranean and arid climatic zone is world-renowned for its highly biodiverse fynbos biome comprising more than 9000 separate species. As one proceeds up the West Coast to Namibia the climate becomes arid and home to precious desert species.

Lepidium meyenii-Maca1

Herbs from the
Rest of the World

Indian Ayurvedic traditions, European Herbalism and some species from Asia and the America’s are highly effective and can be combined with our powerful African herbs for optimal effects.

View Our Range Of Herbs

We have a list of herbs sourced from Africa's east coast (KwaZulu-Natal and Mozambique), west coast (Western Cape And Namibia), and from the Americas'.