3 Reasons And Uses For Nigerian Muthi or Natural herbs It is very common and normal in the African culture to use African medicine and natural herbs. All herbs have different uses. Today we are looking at the uses of herbs in Nigeria. 1.Garcinia kola This herb is used to enhance sexual stimulation.
Up until the last 60 years Africans we using traditional medicine to treat about every disease that we knew at that time. With a high success rate we have managed to survive for thousands of years, so why people are shunning the traditional medicine and preferring the western medicine to treat even the mild sickness ? In this article am going to look at some of traditional medicine that are used in Xhosa culture and the disease they treat. 1 Aframomum melegueta The seeds are used to treat wound healing, mouth
7 Uses for Acacia What is acacia? Acacia has been utilized in prescriptions, preparing fixings, devices, and woodwork for quite a long time. It has a long history in civic establishments as antiquated as the Egyptians and the native clans of Australia. These realms and clans utilized acacia in shockingly different manners, from making pastries to treating hemorrhoids.
This is a root of an Acacia specie, it is a contraceptive used by Africans in Ancient times. It was chewed by women about once a week to prevent pregnancy. This method still works and there are no side effects. Ancient Egyptian documents say that acacia gum prevents pregnancies if mixed with plant fibres and honey to form a pessary, a device worn in the vagina.
Trees are like technology to the people of eSwatini, they make life easier; offering luck and protection and serving as a medium of communication to the spirit world. King Mswati’s father loved to sit under one tree in Mafutseni, to this day, that tree is like a part of eSwatini’s heritage. Nobody can cut it down without the permission of royalty. Indeed, the taxpayer in eSwatini knows the importance of trees after having to fork out extra millions to make a road go all the way around the tree. While staying
There are a lot of things which people follow based on their culture. In African countries people tend to follow traditions and live their lives without using western products. In a recent post by Africa Archives, it was brought to people's attention that a root of an Acaca specie was used as contraception by Africans.
Acacia mellifera (=Senegalia mellifera) is very drought resistant, hardy, thickset, deciduous Acacia with vicious, hook thorns. The bark is purplish-black on the young stems and turns grey with age. The leaflets are blue-green, round and quite large for an Acacia. It blooms profusely from September to November with scented, white, puffball flowers that are especially fragrant at night. This plant heals stomach pains and cures fertility problems This is an african trusted herb, and can heal alcers Instate of
A man sustained injuries on his arm after he was attacked by a neighbour's pitbull when he tried to prevent it from attacking his dog. According to the Reaction Unit South Africa Facebook post a neighbour's pitbull jumped a wall into a 25 year old man's yard and attacked his dog, the man intervened and tried to rescue his dog from the pitbull eventually the pitbull turned on him and bit him on his arm.