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Hijama/Cupping is a form of ancient treatment which was used by the ancient Egy…

Hijama/Cupping is a form of ancient treatment which was used by the ancient Egyptians,Arabs and Chinese. Cupping stimulates life force energy through meridians in the body. Benefits of Cupping 1. Faster Pain Relief 2. Get Rid of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome 3. Relief from Lung Diseases 4. Keeping the Skin Healthy …

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Premium Cold pressed black seed oil The benefits and the medicinal values of bl…

Premium Cold pressed black seed oil The benefits and the medicinal values of black seed are known to the world since ancient times. Black seedi is a seed known for its powerful curing and healing aspects.  Due to its surprising protective and healing powers, blackseed oil is regarded as ‘Miracle …

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Hepatitis B Virus and drug resistance Hepatitis B virus (HBV) is a common viral…

Hepatitis B Virus and drug resistance Hepatitis B virus (HBV) is a common viral infection worldwide and can be transmitted sexually and parenterally. After an incubation period of 1–6 months, most patients present with an asymptomatic or mild inflammation of the liver, which usually resolves within a few weeks or …

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DRUG RESISTANCE GONORRHEA Gonorrhea is caused by the bacterium Neisseria Gonorr…

DRUG RESISTANCE GONORRHEA Gonorrhea is caused by the bacterium Neisseria Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease and spreads primarily through penetrative sexual intercourse. An  approximately 700,000 new cases of Gonorrhea are reported every year making this the second most common transmitted bacterial infection in the world. It one of the …

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Measles. . . . Measles in Yoruba herbal medicine is known as  ITA or KOKORO IGB…

Measles. . . . Measles in Yoruba herbal medicine is known as  ITA or KOKORO IGBONA) it is an endemic disease with recurrent outbreaks occurring at irregular intervals. Measles transmission as believed by the elderly ones occurs immediately after the end of the rainy season (precisely after the last rainfall) …

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Tuberculosis According to WHO, Tuberculosis happens to be the unprecedented wor…

Tuberculosis According to WHO, Tuberculosis happens to be the unprecedented world’s most infectious deadly killer with about 4500 lives lost per day and unfortunately, Nigeria is far worse hit by this global epidemic in Africa. Nigeria currently ranks 7th in the world and 2nd in Africa among the 30 countries with the …

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For couples who are still sexually active and want to put off having babies for …

For couples who are still sexually active and want to put off having babies for a while and don’t want to go the orthodox way… Herb Synthetic hormones in the contraceptive pill and IUDs have been proven to cause breast cancer, blood clots, weight gain, cramping, loss of libido and …

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There seems to be an epidemic of women suffering from Ovarian cyst, 70%+ of wome…

There seems to be an epidemic of women suffering from Ovarian cyst, 70%+ of women that walk into my office has an ovarian Cyst and some sort of Pelvic inflammatory diseases. I’d be talking on The Ovarian Cyst. A cyst is a general term for a fluid-filled sac structure. Cyst …

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It has become so common. Many young women now complain of uterine fibroids. They…

It has become so common. Many young women now complain of uterine fibroids. They are the most common non-cancerous tumors in women of childbearing age. Common symptoms may include heavy or painful periods; prolonged menstrual periods; bleeding between periods; pelvic pain or low back pain; ’fullness’ in the lower abdomen, …

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Trace Elements They are required in very small amounts, they are vital for main…

Trace Elements They are required in very small amounts, they are vital for maintaining health. these trace elements are part of enzymes, hormones and cells in the body. Fourteen mineral and trace elements were determined in the herbs and their medical purposes such as chamomile, fennel, linden, nettle (Urtica dioical) …

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