Showing posts with label health. Show all posts
Showing posts with label health. Show all posts

Wednesday, February 7, 2024

Organic and YORUBA way of cleaning the kidney

Organic and YORUBA way of cleaning the kidney


 Carriander leave (Ebolo in Yoruba).

How to use it:

1. Cut the leaves into pieces.
2. Rinse in clean water.
3. Put in a clean pot and water
4. Boil for 10mins.
5. Filter it in a bottle.
Allow to cool and take a glass cup.

When you urinate check your urine.

  You will notice the salt in the body and some other diseases that can affect your KIDNEY will pass through your urine. 

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Wednesday, January 24, 2024




This is a variety of work for those who has dear naturally.

First one

1.Korofo eyin adiyeibile to pa omo fun ra re (Shell of eggs of local breed of hen that is hatched naturally, not by incubator.

 Odidi atare mefa ( six whole fruits of alligator pepper with scientific name aframomum meleguetta), 

Wonda kola mefa ( Six wonderful Kola fruits),

 Ewe Asewele ( no English name available. 

All the aforementioned will be grinded together to form an herbal powder. 


This herbal powder should be taking one table spoon of this herbal powder with a corn meal daily until the desire result is obtain.

This is the second one

2.Ogunna kan (a live charcoal) ,

 a glass of water. 

a person who issuffering from persistent fear shouldput a life charcoal inside a glass of water,

 he/she should drink the water.

 This can be carry out three times a year. 

These have the ability to erase spirit of fear and anxiety.

The third method

3.Ewe Iroko tutu (fresh leaves ofChlorophora excels) ,

 thunder stone (Thunder stone ). 

Squeeze the iroko leaves with water.

 put the Edun ara inside fire uuntil it become hot.

 Remove it and throw into the Iroko water. 

Drink the water.

 This can be repeated often.

The forth method

4.EweIroko (leaves ofChlorophora excels),

 Ewe eepin ( leaves ofsand paper tree with scientific name Fiscus Exasperate), 

Ori ejo sebe ( head of sebe snake ) . 

All the aforementioned will be grinded to fine powder along with someEdun ara (thunder).


Lick it occasionally.

The fifth one 

5.Ogede agbagba to bu papara( a mature plantain that is split naturally)

Odidi atare kan( a whole fruit of alligator pepper with scientific name aframomu meleguta 

.Burn the two aforementioned together to form a fine powder. 


 lick it often..

Tuesday, January 23, 2024

The herbal Usage of the Goat Weed

The herbal Usage of the Goat Weed

The Herbal Usage of the Goat Weed (Ageratum Conyzoides)

Ageratum Conyzoides, (English Name= Goat Weed) Yoruba Name = Imi Esu. 

Is a tropical plant commonly found in the southwestern and other wet places in Nigeria.

 It is dispersed by water and animals. 

It is an annual herb with hairy ovate opposite leaves and very common throughout the West Africa region.

 Flowers are tubular floral, and is often pale-blue but sometimes white in colour.

The chemical compounds are demonstrated in strong smell of the plant which is attributed to a strong but pleasant smellina volatile oil, this is yielded in distillation Vanillin (strong smell). 

Other properties are coumarin saponin, tannins and alkaloids.


The decoction of the plant is remedy for abdominal pains. The leaves juice is used for dressing wounds, ulcers and other skin diseases. 

The leaves can also be used as tonic and to aid fertility. It is used as prophylactic and cure for trachoma in cattle. 

It also prevents early miscarriage. If the plant is dried, it can be burnt in room as mosquito repellent. 

Although plant is a bit toxic, but a reasonable quantity of it will give best results.

Note  before using any Herb:

Always rinse herbs in salty water to remove all micro - organisms and insect.

 Also rinse with ordinary water after rinsing in salty water.

The almighty allegator pepper

The almighty allegator pepper

Alligator pepper, which is botanically known as Aframomum melegueta is a popular herbaceous perennial plant that is originally from West Africa in countries like Nigeria, Cameroon, Liberia, Cote D’ivoire, Sierra Leone, Togo, Gambia and Ghana.With the Yoruba Name (Ataare).

 It belongs to the zingiberaceae or ginger family and thrives mainly in swampy habitats especially in the West African coasts.

The seeds of the alligator pepper are similar to the grains of paradise however alligator pepper seeds are usually sold enclosed with the pods while the grains of paradise are sold as single seeds.

The tree grows about 1 meter tall with narrow lanceolate leaves that have similar appearance with the bamboo leave.

The fruit is distinguished by its ovoid shape with reddish colour when fresh however, the colour changes to brown when dry.

The skin of the fruit has close similarity with the back of an alligator and this suggests the origin of its name.

 The fruit contains many small brownish seeds with sharp peppery, bitter, pungent and  aromatic flavour. 

The fruit encloses the seeds, which are sealed with inner thin papery whitish skin.

 It’s strong pungent, peppery taste is as a result of its aromatic ketones and high tannin content.

The Alligator pepper is very useful both spiritually and medically, Alligator pepper is a highly valuable spice as a result of its high medicinal and nutritive values; for example, the phytochemicals derived from its seeds are being used since time immemorial for treating several diseases.
Benefits of Alligator Pepper

Benefits of Alligator Pepper

Benefits of Alligator Pepper

1. Consumption Purposes

Alligator pepper is a popular spice that is normally snacked upon especially by elders and sometimes youths.

 In traditional meetings and events such as baby naming ceremonies, traditional marriages, burial ceremonies, town meetings etc, the alligator pepper is usually served together with kola nuts and peanut butter (ósè ọ́jị́) as part of the customary rites.

Both the seeds and leaves can also be used for garnishing salads and for preparing assorted dishes such as pepper soup, stews, chicken and lamb dishes etc.

 It’s hot peppery and pungent flavour augments dishes and makes them spicy.

 While cooking, alligator pepper can be substituted with black pepper, grains of paradise, piper guineense or black cardamom. 

The seeds are usually ground before adding to dishes as they tend to be a little bit hard.

 Furthermore, the beer industry normally uses the alligator pepper for strengthening and flavouring alcoholic beverages such as gin, beer, wine and ale.

2. Anti-oxidizing Properties

Alligator pepper seeds are an excellent source of phytonutrients such as terpenoids, alkaloids, flavonoids, tannins, cardiac glycosides, saponin and phenolic compound. 

They scavenge for free radicals and offer protections against viruses, allergens, microbes, platelet aggregation, tumors, ulcers and hepatotoxins (chemical liver damage) in the body. 

This suggests why it is commonly used in folk medicine for preventing and tackling intestinal problems.

3. Treatment of Gastrointestinal Disorders
The seeds extracts of the alligator pepper can be used for treating gastrointestinal disorders such as stomach pain, diarrhea, ulcer and intestinal worms.

4. Wound Healing

The seeds can be crushed and used for preparing concoctions for treating and healing wounds. 

Alligator pepper contains a high amount of tannin that is distinguished by its stringent property and as such it is very effective for healing wounds, treating burns and soothing inflamed mucous membrane.

5. Antimicrobial Properties

The seed extract has antimicrobial properties due to its constituents of phenolic compounds that are normally used as disinfectants. 

Studies reveal that Aframomum melegueta extract is broad spectrum and as such has inhibitory effect on the growth of bacteria such as Salmonella typhi, Staphylococcus aureus and Klebsiella pneumonia etc.

6. Aphrodisiac Properties
Studies reveal that the alligator pepper is aphrodisiac in nature thus can be used for stimulating sexual desires.

7. Anti-inflammatory Properties
The seed has anti-inflammatory properties due to its constituent of gingerol that inhibits the leukotriene and prostaglandins synthesis. It offers protection against inflammation of the body.

8. Analgesic Properties
The aqueous extract of the plant is analgesic in nature and as such can be used for relieving and alleviating pains such as joint pain, toothache, stomach pain, arthritic pain and rheumatoid pain.

9. Dermatological Care
Alligator pepper can be used for preparing herbal remedy for treating infectious skin diseases such as measles, chickenpox and smallpox.

10. Stimulating Properties
Due to its stimulating properties and peppery pungent taste, the alligator pepper is normally chewed as a stimulant to keep the body alert.

11. Malaria Treatment
The leaves are used for preparing herbal medicines for preventing and treating malaria.

12. Digestive Properties
The seeds aid easy digestion of food thereby preventing constipation and bloating.