Welcome to Ariti Herbal

Most of our products are available at the Ariti Herbal Shop located on Mickey Leland Rd., Chichinea Area.

Herb teas

Balanced Herb Tea, Chamomile, Citronella, Lemon balm*...

Pressed Oils

Black cumin, Linseed, Neem, Moringa and Sesame*

Body Care Products

Aloe gel, Aftershave oil, Bath Salt, Insect repellent oil, Massage oils

Hair Care Products

Coconut hair treatment oil, Olive hair treatment oil, Hair care oil, Natural Hair oil and Hair Tonic

Tinctures*

Cinnamon, Clove, Ginger, Turmeric.

Seedlings

Aloe aristata, Aloe vera, Dracaena, Lippia adoensis, Rue (Ruta chalepensis

About Us

The main aim of Aritidatabase Website is to inform our clients and the general public on the use of herbs and other natural products that we produce for health and beauty. We hope that this site will serve our clients and other visitors by providing essential information on plants and their products.

Ariti is a small private business, established in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in 1999, with license to cultivate herbs as well as manufacture a wide range of herbal products for local and international markets. Our main products are herbal teas and fragrant essential oils and blends for use in aromatherapy, skin care, inhalation, bath, sauna, etc. Our main export items for the international market include essential oils from unique gums and resins of Ethiopia in particular frankincense, myrrh and opoponax. We also produce for local market essential oils such as eucalyptus, palmarosa, citronella, thyme, rosemary etc.

Most of our products are available at the Ariti Herbal Shop located on Mickey Leland Rd., Chichinea Area. Please see the Locator below on how to get there.

Ariti Herbal is created by Emeritus Professor Ermias Dagne and his wife Chemist Tadelech Tad

Aloe pulcherrima is an evergreen, succulent perennial shrub with a prostrate of pendant habit. It produces a rosette of leaves on top of a usually unbranched stem that can be up to 1 metre long and 8cm in diameter

This zesty scented herb is actually part of the mint family and is said to promote a feeling of calm. Oil is pressed form the flowers and used in aromatherapy. Like lavender and chamomile, lemon balm is also said to encourage restful sleep and is also a powerful antioxidant

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The plant grows as a 3m tall shrubby herb at 1600-2000m altitude in Ethiopia.It has hairy leaves and small flowers that are purple or pink.Koseret, specifically the subspecies L. a. var. koseret, is dried and used as an herb in Ethiopian cuisine.

Ensete ventricosum (Welw.) Cheesman (Syn: Musa ventricosa; Musa ensete;Ensete edule). (Musaceae) [1]. Enset, Koba, Kocho, Qocho, Qocho Seytan, Kocho Seytan, Werqa (Amh). Eset, Werqiet, Werket, Werkiet, Werqet, Werke, Werqe (Gur). Guna guna (Tya).

Human beings have since time immemorial taken advantage of the extraordinary medicinal and aromatic properties of herbs. Herbs are among the most important components of spices, natural medicines, perfumes, shampoos, creams, oils, lotions etc. Herbal products when taken internally as food or medicine or when applied topically on the skin for cosmetic purposes contribute a great deal to our well-being and happiness.

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Health Foods

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Body Care Products

Our Gardens

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Social Science

Exciting Discoveries

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Climate Change

Getting Warmer

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Community Outreach

Tutoring Opportunities

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ALNAP - African Laboratory for Natural Products

ALNAP, founded in 1997, is an acronym for the “African Laboratory for Natural Products”, which is a network of natural products laboratories found in 5 neighboring countries of east and central Africa found in Uganda (Department of Chemistry, Makerere University and Ministry of Health), Rwanda (Institute for Scientific and Technological Research, IRST), Ethiopia (Department of Chemistry, Addis Ababa University), Congo DRC (Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences) and Burundi (Department of Chemistry, Burundi University).

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