Narrating his own ordeal on Onua TV morning show, Captain Smart personally confirmed the incident and gave explanation about how it all occured when he came face to face with some soldiers at the barracks. " I had visited my uncle Addo Kufuor at Burma Camp. Upon reaching the gate, the Military man asked of my identity.
Bagaruwa has been use by women especially northern women after birth since ancient time to bring back their dignity. Women use bagaruwa to treat infections, and to tighten the honey pot yes it tighten our honey pot making it to stay fresh, healthy and smell nice. Bagaruwa is also called Acacia.
Bagawura is also called Acacia is an ancient herb use by women especially northern women after birth to restore their dignity.Bagaruwa is also use by women to treat infections and also for tightening.
The natural world has provided us with organic healing materials for millennia. Nowadays, research is being done to determine how much they can help with different illnesses with increasingly positive results. Here are a few species native to the African continent that are proving effective at curing diseases.
BAGARUWA ( Acacia) is a seed that is mostly found in Asia, the Pacific island and in the northern part of Nigeria. It's a herb that contains several chemical properties, which cures many diseases. It has been used for centuries by women to restore dignity to their pleasure pit ( the vagina). Is mainly used by the northern Nigerian women after child birth. Which aids in wound healing, reduction of body fat, restricts blood loss, tightening of the vagina etc. Method for tightening vigina: 1. Wash seeds thoroughly
The ancient Egyptians used the Acacia foe enlightening and talking to the gods. Their spiritual guide was Osiris. Osiris was the first god to be born from under the Acacia tree. The legend remains today that spirit of Osiris is in every Acacia tree in Africa. If you wish to become a spiritual leader, it is believed you should fashion a wand from Acacia for it is thought to increase your confidence and authority. You can use Acacia leaves dipped in your homemade holy water to sprinkle your altar or other items
I want to share with you today, a fast wound healing plant called Acacia. Other common names are: Acacia , Gum Arabic, Cassie flower, Catechu, Egyptian thorn. Botanical Name: Acacia senegal, Family: Fabaceae, Medicinal Uses: African, Cuts & Wounds, Sore Throat Properties: Astringent, Demulcent, Emollient, Parts Used: Resin Places to find this herb Tropical; Spring; Sub-Saharan Africa, most abundant in the Darfur region of Sudan. Hot, dry regions of Africa - Senegal to Ethiopia and Somalia, south to Natal; Arabian
9-Year Old Nigerian Boy Makes Bicycle With Paint Covers And Acacia Sticks. This is a young Nigerian 9-Year old boy from Tipper garage in Ilorin, Kwara state, His name is Muhammad and he made this bicycle design from the scratch. The materials he used are acacia sticks, an old basket and two covers of a plastic paint covers . Muhammad father is a local bricklayer and his mother grinds pepper in their Yard , Muhammad is a talented wizkid and one will wonder as to how he got the insight and knowledge to b
What is acacia? Acacia has been used in medicines, baking ingredients, tools, and woodwork for centuries. It has a long history in civilizations as ancient as the Egyptians and the aboriginal tribes of Australia. These kingdoms and tribes used acacia in surprisingly diverse ways, from making desserts to treating hemorrhoids. The first species ever discovered was given the name Acacia nilotica by the Swedish scientist Carl Linnaeus in the 1700s, and since then, nearly 1,000 species have been added to the Acacia genus.
Acacia Senegal is the Botanical name for Gum Arabic.A natural gum sourced from hardened sap of various species of acacia tree used as a binder and emulsifier.
Clearing the forest, especially the secondary forest, is a risky adventure. However careful you are, you will end up injuring yourself. No two ways about that. Forests are usually full of dangerous animals as well as thorny and prickly plants. The most common prickly plant is perhaps NWERƐ (Acacia pennata), which is a scrambing shrub. Ewes do not call it DAAMALIA (literally, a snake never climbs it) for nothing. The only way to weed NWERƐ without being pricked is when you do so with your lips (Wode w'ano dɔ
Charcoal can be a natural cure for varieties of sickness as is a great alternative to medication or products with a lot of artificial ingredients. In order words, charcoal can be made from a variety of sources, such as Neem tree, Acacia tree, etc but typically the activated charcoal that comes from coconut shell is ideal.