WHICH HERBAL MEDICINE IS GOOD FOR INFECTION?
There are several herbal medicines that have antimicrobial properties and can be effective in treating infections. Some of the most commonly used herbs for infections include:
1. Echinacea: This herb which is scientifically known as Echinacea purpurea and commonly called purple coneflower is well-known for its ability to boost the immune system and fight off infections. Echinacea is not native to Nigeria, hence it does not have a widely known local name in Hausa, Yoruba or Igbo languages.
2. Garlic: Garlic, scientifically known as allium sativum has powerful antimicrobial properties and can be effective against a wide range of bacterial and fungal infections. In Nigeria it is called Tafarnuwa in Hausa language. “Alubosa gambari” in Yoruba language, and “Ayuu” or “Ayoyo”
3. Goldenseal: This herb has been used for centuries to treat infections and has strong antimicrobial properties. It is a common herb used to treat infection among the rank of traditional and alternative healthcare givers however Goldenseal is not native to Nigeria, hence it does not have a widely known local name in Hausa, Yoruba, or Igbo languages. It’s scientific namel is Hydrastis canadensis and it is commonly referred to as “yellow puccoon” or “orange root”.
4. Ginger: Ginger has antiviral and antibacterial properties and can be effective against a wide range of infections especially respiratory infections. In Hausa language, ginger is called “Citta”. In Yoruba language, ginger is called “Atale”. In Igbo language, ginger is called “Jinja”.
5. Turmeric: Turmeric otherwise known as the yellow healer has potent antimicrobial properties and can be effective against a wide range of infections. In Hausa language, turmeric is called “Gàngàmáu”. In Yoruba language, turmeric is called “Ata Ile Pupa” or “Atale Pupa”. In Igbo language, turmeric is called “Ohubobochie” or “Nwandumo”.
6. Thyme: Thyme has very strong antimicrobial properties and can be effective against respiratory infections such as Some examples of respiratory infections are:
a. Common cold
b. Influenza (flu)
e. Tuberculosis (TB)
f. Whooping cough (pertussis)
g. Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection
In Hausa language, thyme is called “Kwando”. In Yoruba language, thyme is called “Efinrin”. In Igbo language, thyme is called “Nchuanwu”.
It is important to note that. If you have a serious infection, it is important to seek medical attention from a healthcare professional.
A glass of water first thing in the morning and last thing at night go a long way to improve your health
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Bleeding after every sexual intercourse is not normal and could indicate an underlying medical condition. Here are some possible causes:
1. Vaginal dryness: If the vagina is not properly lubricated during sex, it can cause friction and lead to tears or cuts in the vaginal walls, which can result in bleeding.
2. Infections: Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, herpes, and HPV can cause bleeding after sex. Other infections such as bacterial vaginosis and yeast infections can also cause bleeding.
3. Cervical or uterine polyps: These are noncancerous growths that can develop on the cervix or inside the uterus. They can cause bleeding after sex.
4. Cervical cancer: Bleeding after sex can be an early sign of cervical cancer. Other symptoms may include pelvic pain, abnormal vaginal discharge, and pain during sex. In this case it is important to note that if the bleeding is not accompanied with pain during sex, then cervical cancer may not be the culprit.
5. Endometriosis: This is a condition where the tissue that lines the uterus grows outside the uterus, causing pain and bleeding during sex.
6. Trauma or injury: Rough sex, sexual assault, or other injuries to the vaginal area can cause bleeding.
If you are experiencing bleeding after every sexual intercourse, it’s important to see a healthcare provider for an evaluation. They can perform a physical exam, order tests, and recommend appropriate treatment based on the underlying cause.
At Living Spice Nature Cure Hospital, our approach to this type of condition is as follows:
Nature heals perfectly
Be Nature friendly
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Heart attack is a serious medical emergency that occurs when the flow of blood to the heart is suddenly blocked. If blood flow isn’t restored quickly, the heart muscle can be damaged.
Heart attacks are the leading cause of death in men and women in most countries. But many heart attacks can be prevented.
You can reduce your risk of heart attack by making healthy choices:
-Eat a healthy diet such as naturally occurring foods.
-Get regular exercise such as brisk walking
-Manage your blood pressure and cholesterol levels
-Avoid excessive drinking
-See your doctor for regular checkups
If you have any of the risk factors for heart attack, be sure to talk to your doctor about ways to reduce your risk.
If you experience any of the warning signs of a heart attack such as chest pain or shortness of breath, seek medical help without delay.
To prevent a heart attack, one muast take to cognizance the importance of exercises which helps promote blood circulation and in addition one must regularly take herbs that are universally known to improve heart functions such as Garlic and Hawthorn
Early morning exercise is beneficial, but when the strength of your heart is in doubt, replace jogging with trekking_
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Living Spice Nature Cure Hospital. Abuja.
It is now a common knowledge that a toilet bowl is one of the areas where snakes can take cover during hot weather.
Like other animals, snakes also seek refuge from the hot sun due to a change in weather. Toilet bowls happen to be one of the most appropriate places for them due to its constantly moist nature, few people have lost their lives as a result of unexpected bites from these poisonous reptiles hiding in the water closet. Unknown to many however, you can easily keep snakes away from your toilets by doing this simple thing.
Lemon grass 175gm
Garlic 50 cloves
Tobacco leaves 17 or Onions 7 bulbs
Neem leaves 100 gm
Sea salt 100gm
– Cut all into pieces
– Mix them together
– Pound them together to enable them mix properly.
– Spread to dry partially over night (don’t dry under sun)
– Soak in hot water (500ml) and leave it to infuse for 3 days.
– After 3 days, sieve and bottle.
15 ml (one table spoon) inside the toilet bowl after flushing the toilet.
NOTE: This snakes repellant is also available readymade in our store. You may choose to order it if you want it readymade.