• Black Nightshade / Ensugga Fresh or powder

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    Black Nightshade Single herb botanical
    Luganda Name Nsugga
    Solanum Nigrum
    Mother Tincture
    For Abdominal Diseases
    Grind the whole plant. Dip 4 teaspoon powder in one liter water for 2 hours. Drink frequently.
    For Children : Prepare an infusion of plant. Filter. Use lukewarm as enema.

    For Swelling
    Take 5 to 6 Black Nightshade berries. Fry in Ghee. Take once a day.

    For Fever
    Prepare infusion of Black Nightshade plant. Drink frequently.

    For Dysentery
    Clean Black Nightshade plant. Soak in a jug of water. Drink it after every 2 hours.

    For Gonorrhea
    Take out the juice of Black Nightshade leaves. Have one teaspoon with lukewarm water thrice a day.

    For Urinary Tract Infection
    Have one teaspoon leaf juice of Black Nightshade with slightly warm water twice a day.

    For Gum Diseases
    Chew 4 to 5 cleaned Black Nightshade leaves daily.

    For Bad Breath
    Take 50 gram dried Black Nightshade berries. Soak in a jug of water. Swish with lukewarm twice a day.

    For Heart Disease
    Take 15 Black Nightshade shoots and leaves. Boil. Eat once a day.

    For Indigestion
    Take 15 o 20 Black Nightshade berries. Fry in Ghee. Eat with every meal for 15 days.

    Leaves for Aphthous Ulcers
    Take 10 gram Black Nightshade Leaves.
    Boil in one glass of water. Swish with lukewarm twice a day.

    As Diuretic
    Take Black Nightshade stem and leaves in equal quantity. Prepare a decoction. Have 2 teaspoons twice a day.

    Leaves for Flatulence
    Squeeze out the juice of Black Nightshade Leaves. Take one teaspoon twice a day.

    Leaves for Peptic Ulcer
    Have one teaspoon juice of Black Nightshade Leaves twice a day.

    For Abdominal Diseases
    Prepare an infusion of Black Nightshade .Take one teaspoon thrice a day.

    For Burns
    Grind Black Nightshade with little water to make a paste. Apply it on affected parts twice a day.

    For Rheumatism
    Make a poultice of Black Nightshade . Apply it on affected parts.

    For Skin Diseases
    Apply poultice of Black Nightshade on affected parts.

    For Ringworm
    Grind Black Nightshade Berries to make a paste. Apply it on the affected part for 20 minutes.

    Leaves for Difficult Menses
    Take 2 tablespoons juice of Black Nightshade Leaves 4 times a day during menses.

    Leaves for Orchitis
    Take Black Nightshade Leaves. Heat and apply it on affected parts twice a day.

    For Cough
    Take flowers and berries of Black Nightshade in equal quantity. Prepare a decoction. Have 2 tablespoons twice a day.

    For Cold
    Take one teaspoon decoction of flowers and berries of Black Nightshade twice a day.

    For Liver Diseases
    Take a drops of fresh extract of Black Nightshade for 2-3 days.
    Note : Large dosage can be poisonous.

    For Freckles
    Rub the seeds of Black Nightshade on the skin to clear Freckles.

    For Diabetes
    Include the fruit of Black Nightshade in your daily diet.

    For Skin Diseases
    Rub the fruit juice of Black Nightshade on the Affected area.

    For Tumours
    Prepare an ointment from the leaves of Black Nightshade and apply on the affected parts.

    For Edema
    Take One tablespoon powder of the dried Black Nightshade leaves with water twice a day.

    For Spleen Enlargement
    Take 2 teaspoons of Black Nightshade syrup twice a day.

    For Stomach Problems
    Drink the unrefined leaf juice of Black Nightshade once daily. You can also mix with any other juice.

    For Earache
    Take out the juice from the leaves of Black Nightshade. Use this juice as ear drops to get relief from pain in ears.

    For Toothache
    Boil Black Nightshade berries in water in one glass of water. Let it cool. Strain it and extract the juice of berries by grinding it. Gargle and rub the juice on the affected area, two times a day.

    For Dipsia
    Black Nightshade berries act as a tonic and provide relief from Dipsia.
    Consume Black Nightshade berries.

    For Tuberculosis
    Prepare a decoction, made of Black Nightshade leaves and one cup of water. Strain and drink it.
    It is helpful in treating Tuberculosis.

    For Jaundice
    Prepare a decoction of Black Nightshade leaves and berries in one cup of water. Strain and drink it.
    This decoction also aids Liver Diseases.

    For Asthma
    Boil Black Nightshade roots in one cup of water for 10 minutes. Strain and drink it.
    This remedy is useful against Asthma.

    For Dysuria
    Make a decoction of Black Nightshade leaves and stems in one cup of water. Strain and drink it.
    This decoction act as a Diuretic.

    For Digestive Disorders
    Prepare a decoction of Black Nightshade leaves in one cup of water. Strain and drink it.

    Black Nightshade Multiple herb botanical

    Arthritis 8
    Take out the juice of Fresh Black Nightshade . Add equal amount of Sesame oil , Ginger powder and two tablespoons Mustard oil Mix and Boil them. Apply on the affected part twice a day.

    Rheumatism 6
    Mix equal quantity of Fresh Black Nightshade juice, Sesame oil, Ginger powder and two tablespoons of Mustard oil. Boil. Strain. Apply lukewarm on the affected part twice a day.

    Gum Diseases 5
    Take equal amount of Black Nightshade leaves and Green Gram. Boil. Add salt according to the taste. Drink one cup daily.

    Aphthous Ulcers
    Prepare an infusion of Black Nightshade berries. Use it as a mouth wash.

    Bad Breath 5
    Take 10 to 15 Black Nightshade berries, one teaspoon crushed Garlic, 4 Cardamom and one tablespoon Fenugreek seeds. Roast, now Boil in a jug of water. Swish with this lukewarm water twice a day.

    Cough 28
    Fry a handful of Black Nightshade berries, 10 gram crushed Garlic, 4 Cardamom and one tablespoon Fenugreek seeds. Boil in one liter water. Gargle with this lukewarm water twice a day.

    Jaundice 8
    Take a handful of dried Black Nightshade berries, 30 grams Crushed Cumin and 30 grams crushed Coriander seeds. Soak them in a jug of water together overnight. Have one cup twice a day.

    Hepatitis 1
    Soak, 5 dried Black Nightshade berries, one teaspoon Crushed Cumin and one teaspoon crushed Coriander seeds in two cups of water, overnight. Take one cup twice a day

  • CHRISMAS MELON

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    Christmas Melon
    Solution to blocked fallopian tube, fibroid, infection, ovarian cyst, cancer, arthritis and low sperm count.

    Cut Christmas Melon into pieces and boil with fermented corn water.

    Take one glass cup full, first thing in the morning before food and last thing while going to bed.

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    CHRISMAS MELON

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  • Costus Igneus; Insulin Plant. Organic Powder

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    150 GRAMS
    Natural Cure For Diabetes: Insulin Plant.

    Costus igneus, (Insulin plant) is a medicinal plant and capable of having magic cure for Diabetes. Leaf of this herbal plant helps to build up insulin by strengthening beta cells of pancreas in the human body thus popularly known as “Insulin plant” .

    The leaves of this herbal medicinal plant are used to control blood sugar levels .The patient has to consume two leaves in the morning and two leaves in evening for first week. From the second week one leaf in the morning and one in the evening. This dosage should be continued for 30 days. The leaves of Insulin plant must be chewed well before swallowing. after chewing the leaves / leaf have a little water. Having natural concentration of Corosolic acid, Insulin plant can have a positive effect on blood sugar levels. Corosolic acid works in metabolism of glucoseprocess like insulin that reduces blood sugar levels by transporting glucose into cells and out of the bloodstream.

    This can be beneficial to anyone who has trouble with high blood sugar levels, and particularly to that in diabetes.

  • HERBS FOR BAD BREATH

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    200 GRAMS
    What is Dental and Oral Health?

    Dental and oral health is the maintenance of healthy teeth. It is about oral hygiene, which is the practice of keeping the mouth and teeth clean in order to prevent dental disorders.

    Dental and oral health is an essential part of your overall health and well-being. Poor oral hygiene can lead to dental cavities and gum disease, and has also been linked to heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.

    The care of teeth is a continuous process that requires lifelong commitment.

    Statistics show that dental cavities and gum disease are very common so brace up and face the challenge of the lifelong commitment to maintaining healthy teeth.

    The professional care of teeth is dentistry. A professional practising dentistry is called a dentist.

    A dentist is a doctor who diagnoses and treats diseases of the teeth and oral cavity.

    What is Oral Hygiene?

    Oral hygiene is the practice of keeping one’s mouth clean and free of disease and other problems by regular brushing of the teeth and cleaning between the teeth.

    It is important that oral hygiene be carried out on a regular basis to enable prevention of dental disease and bad breath.

    For those who already have bad breath, I will share natural remedies for its cure.

    Good Oral Hygiene Habits

    To reduce dental and oral diseases, there are steps to take, which are:

    ■ Brush your teeth at least twice a day. Do not go to bed without brushing your teeth.

    ■ Brush properly. Carefully brush your teeth using the up and down movement method.

    ■ Do not neglect your tongue. Gently brush your tongue every time you brush your teeth.

    ■ Floss your teeth at least once a day.

    ■ Consider mouthwash

    ■ Reduce sugar intake

    ■ Eat diets high in fruits and vegetables

    ■ Avoid tobacco products

    ■ Drink more water, alkaline water

    ■ Get professional dental care periodically; at least every six months.

    Symptoms of Dental and Oral Problems

    Visiting the dentist every six months will prevent dental and oral disease as the professional will identify a problem before you notice symptoms.

    However, if you experience any of the following warning signs of dental health problem, visit your dentist immediately:

    ● ulcers, sores, or tender areas in the mouth that won’t heal after a week or two

    ● bleeding or swollen gums after brushing or flossing

    ● chronic bad breath

    ● sudden sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures or beverages

    ● pain or toothache

    ● loose teeth

    ● receding gums

    ● pain with chewing or biting

    ● swelling of the face and cheek

    ● clicking of the jaw

    ● cracked or broken teeth

    ● frequent dry mouth

    You need emergency medical care, if high fever or facial or neck swelling accompanies any of the symptoms.

    Causes of Dental and Oral Diseases

    Your oral cavity collects all sorts of bacteria, viruses, and fungi.

    Some of them belong there, making up the normal flora of your mouth. Of course, they are harmless if in small quantities.

    However, you need to know that diets high in sugar create conditions in which acid-producing bacteria flourishes. It is the produced acid that dissolves tooth enamel and causes dental cavities.

    Bacteria near your gumline thrive in a sticky matrix called plaque. Plaque accumulates, hardens, and migrates down the length of your tooth if it is not removed regularly by brushing and flossing. This can inflame your gums and cause the condition known as gingivitis.

    Increased inflammation causes your gums to begin to pull away from your teeth. This process creates pockets in which pus may eventually collect. This more advanced stage of gum disease is called periodontitis.

    There are many factors that contribute to gingivitis and periodontitis, including:

    ● smoking

    ● poor brushing habits

    ● frequent snacking on sugary foods and drinks

    ● diabetes

    ● the use of medications that reduce the amount of saliva in the mouth

    ● family history, or genetics

    ● certain infections, such as HIV or AIDS

    ● hormonal changes in women

    ● acid reflux, or heartburn

    ● frequent vomiting, due to the acid

    Diagnosing Dental and Oral diseases

    Most de
    ntal and oral problems can be diagnosed during a dental examination. During an exam, your dentist will closely inspect your:

    :black_small_square:teeth
    :black_small_square:mouth
    :black_small_square:throat
    :black_small_square:tongue
    :black_small_square:cheeks
    :black_small_square:jaw
    :black_small_square:neck

    Your dentist might tap or scrape at your teeth with various tools or instruments to assist with a diagnosis.

    Tests may include:

    ■ X-ray
    ■ MRI scan
    ■ CT scan
    ■ Endoscopy

    Note:
    Women who are pregnant should not undergo X-ray.

    If oral cancer is suspected, your dentist may also order imaging tests to see if the cancer has spread.

    Types of Dental and Oral Diseases

    So many things can go wrong over time because we use our teeth and mouths a lot. To ignore the teeth and not take proper care of the teeth worsens its health. Meanwhile, most dental and oral problems can be prevented with proper oral hygiene.

    Dental problems that one may likely encounter are:

    Cavities:
    Cavities are also called caries or tooth decay. These are areas of the tooth that have been permanently damaged and may even have holes in them. Cavities are fairly common. They occur when bacteria, food, and acid coat your teeth and form a plaque. The acid on your teeth starts to eat away at the enamel and then the underlying dentin, or connective tissue. Over time, this can lead to permanent damage.

    Gum disease (gingivitis):
    Gum disease, also called gingivitis, is inflammation of the gums. It’s usually the result of plaque building up on your teeth due to poor brushing and flossing habits. Gingivitis can make your gums swell and bleed when you brush or floss. Untreated gingivitis can lead to periodontitis, a more serious infection.

    Periodontitis:
    As periodontitis progresses, the infection can spread to your jaw and bones. It can also cause an inflammatory response throughout the body.

    Cracked or broken teeth:
    A tooth can crack or break from an injury to the mouth, chewing hard foods, or grinding the teeth at night. A cracked tooth can be very painful. You should visit your dentist right away if you’ve cracked or broken a tooth.

    Sensitive teeth:
    If your teeth are sensitive, you might feel pain or discomfort after having cold or hot foods or beverages.

    Tooth sensitivity is also referred to as “dentin hypersensitivity.” It sometimes occurs temporarily after having a root canal or a filling. It can also be the result of:

    :black_small_square:gum disease
    :black_small_square:receding gums
    :black_small_square:a cracked tooth
    :black_small_square:worn-down fillings or crowns

    Some people naturally have sensitive teeth because they have thinner enamel.

    Most of the time, naturally sensitive teeth can be treated with a change in your daily oral hygiene regimen. There are specific brands of toothpaste and mouthwash for people with sensitive teeth.

    Oral cancer:
    Oral cancers include cancer of the:

    :black_small_square:gums
    :black_small_square:tongue
    :black_small_square:lips
    :black_small_square:cheek
    :black_small_square:floor of the mouth
    :black_small_square:hard and soft palate

    A dentist is usually the first person to recognize oral cancer. Tobacco use, such as smoking and chewing tobacco, is the biggest risk factor for oral cancer. The earlier that oral cancer is diagnosed, the better the outlook.

    Connection Between Oral and General Health

    Oral health haimportance in recent years, as researchers have discovered a connection between declining oral health and underlying systemic conditions. It turns out that a healthy mouth can help you maintain a healthy body.

    Oral bacteria and inflammation may be associated with:

    :black_small_square:heart disease
    :black_small_square:endocarditis, or inflammation of the lining of the heart
    :black_small_square:premature birth
    :black_small_square:low birth weight

    Bacteria can spread from your oral cavity to your bloodstream, causing infective endocarditis. Infective endocarditis is a life-threatening infection of your heart valves. Your dentist may suggest you take antibiotics as a preventive measure before they perform any dental procedure that could dislodge bacteria in your mouth.

    Treating Dental and Oral Problems

    Even if you have been taking good care of your teeth, you still need to have a professional cleaning twice a year during a routine visit with your dentist. Your dentist will recommend other treatments if you show signs of gum disease, infections, or other problems.

    Cleanings
    A professional clea
    ning can get rid of any plaque you may have missed while brushing and flossing. It’ll also remove tartar. These cleanings are usually performed by a dental hygienist. After all the tartar is removed from your teeth, the hygienist will use a high-powered toothbrush to brush your teeth. This is followed by flossing and rinsing to wash out any debris.

    A deep cleaning is also known as scaling and root planning. It removes tartar from above and below the gumline that can’t be reached during a routine cleaning.

    Fluoride treatments
    Following a dental cleaning, your dentist may apply a fluoride treatment to help fight off cavities. Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral. It can help strengthen the enamel of your tooth and make them more resilient to bacteria and acid.

    Antibiotics
    If you show signs of a gum infection or you have a tooth abscess that has spread to other teeth or your jaw, your dentist may prescribe antibiotics to help get rid of the infection. The antibiotic may be in the form of a mouth rinse, gel, oral tablet, or capsule. Topical antibiotic gel may also be applied to the teeth or gums during surgical procedures.

    Fillings, crowns, and sealants
    A filling is used to repair a cavity, crack, or hole in the tooth. The dentist will first use a drill to remove the damaged area of the tooth and then fill the hole with some material, such as amalgam or composite.

    A crown is used if a large portion of your tooth needs to be removed or has broken off due to an injury. There are two types of crowns: an implant crown that fits over an implant, and a regular crown that fits over a natural tooth. Both types of crowns fill in the gap where your natural tooth appeared.

    Dental sealants are thin, protective coatings that are placed on the back teeth, or molars, to help prevent cavities. Your dentist may recommend a sealant for your children as soon as they get their first molars, at around age six, and again when they get their second set of molars around age 12. Sealants are easy to apply and completely painless.

    Root canal
    You might need a root canal if tooth decay reaches all the way inside the tooth to the nerve. During a root canal, the nerve is removed and replaced with a filling made of a biocompatible material, usually a combination of a rubber-like material called gutta-percha and adhesive cement.

    Probiotics
    Probiotics are mostly known for their role in digestive health, but new research has shown that the healthy bacteria may be beneficial for your teeth and gums.

    Probiotics have been shown to prevent plaque and treat bad breath. They also help to prevent oral cancers and decrease inflammation from gum disease.

    While large clinical trials are still needed to prove their effectiveness, results to date have been promising. You can take a probiotic supplement or eat foods high in beneficial bacteria, such as yogurt, kefir, and kimchi. Other popular probiotic foods include sauerkraut, tempeh, and miso.

    Changing daily habits
    Keeping your mouth healthy is a daily commitment. A dental hygienist can teach you how to properly take care of your teeth and gums on a daily basis. In addition to brushing and flossing, your daily routine can include mouthwash, oral rinses, and possibly other tools.

    Keeping your teeth and gums healthy

    Good oral health boils down to good general health and common sense. The best ways to prevent oral health problems are to:

    :heavy_check_mark: brush your teeth with fluoride toothpaste at least twice a day

    :heavy_check_mark: floss at least once a day (one of the most beneficial things you can do to prevent disease in your oral cavity)

    :heavy_check_mark: have your teeth cleaned by a dental professional every six months

    :heavy_check_mark: avoid tobacco products

    :heavy_check_mark: follow a high-fiber, low-fat, low-sugar diet that includes plenty of fruits and vegetables

    :heavy_check_mark: limit sugary snacks and drinks

    Foods with hidden sugars include:

    :black_small_square:condiments such as ketchup and barbecue sauce
    :black_small_square:sliced fruit or applesauce in cans or jars that have added sugars
    :black_small_square:flavored yogurt
    :black_small_square:pasta sauce
    :black_small_square:sweetened iced tea
    :black_small_square:soda
    :black_small_square:sports drinks
    :black_small_square:juice or juice blends
    :black_small_square:granola and cereal bars
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    fins

    Good oral health is especially important to groups such as children, pregnant women, and older adults.

    Facts to note on dental and oral health

    :black_small_square:Children are highly susceptible to dental cavities and tooth decay.

    :black_small_square:Men are less likely to take good care of their teeth and gums than women. Compared to women, men are less likely to brush twice per day, floss regularly, and seek preventive dental care.

    :black_small_square:Due to changing hormones at various stages of their lives, women are at risk for several oral health issues.

    The bottom line about dental and oral health

    Your oral health has an effect on more than just your teeth. Poor oral and dental health can contribute to issues with your self-esteem, speech, or nutrition. They can also affect your comfort and overall quality of life. Many dental and oral problems develop without any symptoms. Seeing a dentist regularly for a checkup and exam is the best way to catch a problem before it gets worse.

    Ultimately, your long-term outcome depends on your own efforts. You can not always prevent every cavity, but you can reduce your risk of severe gum disease and tooth loss by staying on top of your daily oral care.

    What people with diabetes need to know about oral health

    Diabetes affects the body’s ability to fight off bacteria. This means that people with diabetes have a higher risk of having oral infections, gum disease, and periodontitis. They are at an increased risk of an oral fungal infection called thrush.

    For people with diabetes to take charge of their oral health, they will need to maintain control over their blood sugar levels. This is on top of brushing, flossing, and dentist’s visits.

    DO YOU HAVE BAD BREATH?

    Herbal remedies for cure of bad breath

    1.) Fennel Seeds:

    Fennel seeds have antiseptic properties that help get rid of bacteria that cause bad breath.

    2.) Cinnamon:

    Cinnamic aldehyde is an essential oil found in cinnamon that reduces the bacteria in your mouth and covers bad breath. …

    3.) Lemon Juice:

    Lemon Juice Chewing on a lemon or orange rind will freshen your mouth and add a burst of flavor. The citric acid stimulates saliva production and fights off bad breath. You can also make a lemon rinse by adding a tablespoon of lemon juice to one cup of water and rinsing your mouth with it.

    4.) Essential oils:

    :leaves: Peppermint essential oil:

    For bad breath, try gargling with peppermint oil, a potent anti-microbial that kills off harmful bacteria and leaves the breath fresh. Mix 1-2 drops with water and swish the mixture around your mouth for 30 seconds.

    :leaves: Spearmint essential oil
    :leaves: Lemon essential oil
    :leaves: Eucalyptus essential oil
    :leaves: Wintergreen essential oil
    :leaves: Clove essential oil
    :leaves: Rosemary essential oil
    :leaves: Thyme essential oil
    :leaves: Parsley essential oil
    :leaves: Cinnamon essential oil

    5.) Parsley:

    Parsley effectively neutralizes bad breath due to the chlorophyll in it. Simply chew on a parsley sprig to freshen your mouth. If preferred, you may dip the parsley sprig in some vinegar before chewing it thoroughly.

    6.) Clove:

    Put a few pieces of cloves in your mouth and chew them. The antibacterial properties in the cloves will freshen your mouth. Making clove tea will also give you a good mouthwash. Boil a teaspoon of ground cloves to a cup of water and boil, allowing to simmer for 5 to 10 minutes. Use this mouthwash twice a day.

    7.) Apple Cider Vinegar:

    Apple cider vinegar is great at balancing pH levels which makes it quite effective at remedying bad breath. Take a tablespoon of raw apple cider vinegar and after adding it to a glass of water, drink the solution before taking meals. This will do great for your digestion and treat bad breath. Alternatively, you can add some apple cider vinegar to a cup of water and simply gargle.

    8.) Baking Soda:

    Use baking powder to make an alcohol-free mouthwash. Take one cup of water and to it add a teaspoon of baking soda. To it add a few drops of peppermint essential oil which has antimicrobial properties. The baking soda will help regulate acid levels in your mouth and will fight off mouth odor.

    9
    .) Water:

    Water Drinking lots of water will generally give you a fresher mouth. Swish cold water around your mouth every now and then. This is especially effective in getting rid of morning breath.

    10.) Activated charcoal:

    Add one teaspoon of activated charcoal to half cup of warm water and gargle with it.

    Heal your guts with probiotics and keep off antibiotics.

    Chewing Sticks for Prevention of Dental and Oral Diseases:

    1.) Guava (Psidium guajava)
    2.) Twigs
    3.) Neem stick (Azadiratcha indica; dogonyaro)
    4.) Newbouldia laevis stick (ewe akoko in Yoruba, ogrisi in Igbo)
    5) Grapefruit (Citrus paradisi)

    Natural teeth whitening agent: Charcoal

    If you want to whiten your teeth, do not pay attention to all those ads on chemicals and bleaching technology. Just get charcoal and catch a plantain stem . Make a powder from charcoal, crush the end of the plantain stem, soak it in the charcoal powder and brush your teeth with it for a week.

    Natural mouth wash: Coconut Oil :droplet:

    More specifically called an “oil pull,” 1 teaspoon full of coconut oil can be swished through your mouth for 5 to 20 minutes and it will literally pull away the plaque and bacteria in your mouth.

    This is obviously great news for your oral health, bearing in mind that our oral health also has a huge effect on our heart health and hormonal health.

    Women, take note, according to research, gum disease can add on an extra 2 months for the time it takes to get pregnant.

    Do not hesitate to use virgin coconut oil as mouth wash.

    Finally, be encouraged to keep good dental and oral hygiene.

    Remember always that health is wealth!

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    HERBS FOR BAD BREATH

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  • Mountain Knot Grass / Olweza Fresh or Powder

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    Natural herb ,Aerva Lanata is a perennial and annual herb, commonly known as Mountain Knot Grass.
    Luganda / olweza.
    ENGLISH / mountain knotgrass.
    What is mountain knotgrass?
    It comes from the family of Amaranthaceae.

    It is abundantly seen and originated in India. It is mostly found in Asia, Africa, and Australia. It grows all over the year on plain lands.It can be considered as a waste plant, but it has many unknown benefits. It grows on wastelands and also on the roadside. It is found in open forests and also on mountains up to an elevation of 900 meters.

    Health Benefits of Siru Poolai / Poola Poo (Mountain Knot Grass)

    In Tamil Maruthuvam for Urinal Problems; It is diuretic which helps in promoting the production of urine, effective in urethral problems, lithiasis, and gonorrhea. ✔️ In Ayurveda It acts as a demulcent which helps in getting relief from pain and inflammation. ✔️ As per Patti Vaithiyam It acts as an astringent thereby helping in reducing bleeding in piles. ✔️ It is also used as a treatment for diarrhea and hemorrhages. ✔️ As a Natural Remedy Its stem acts as an antioxidant which helps in balancing the free radicals. ✔️ As Great Natural relief for Kidney Stone ✔️ It is lithontriptic and antilithic which gives the plant the power to destroy stones in kidneys and bladder. ✔️ As Herbal booster It is also known for increasing memory power and used to treat a headache, abdomen and digestion problems. ✔️ In Siddha Maruthuvam for Back pain It is effective for neck and back pain, fever, urine problems and also regulates body metabolism. ✔️ As a Herb for Liver decease – Aerva Lanata is considered to be effective for hepatitis and inflammation of the liver. ✔️ Natural way for fat burning – Aerva Lanata is also used for the treatment of many health problems like Anemia, Alzheimer, Arthritis, Cholesterol, lung problems, bone problems and also blood circulation.

    Also good in treating Bad luck, Magic and Evil spirit when you mixing black seeds, Olive leaves, and Sage leaves. And Essense burning during prayer. Then get Frankincense oil and myrrh oil ….

  • ORGANI GUAVA TEA POWDER

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    150 GRAMS
    Boil guava leaves for duration of 30-45 minutes. Let it cool down to the temperature you are comfortable with and drink.

  • ORGANIC AIDAN FRUIT POWDER

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    Uterine Fibroids

    Uterine fibroids are non-cancerous tumors that grow abnormally in the uterine region. The good news is that in no way does fibroid tumor increase your chances of uterine cancer and it is not cancerous in any way. This is also known as myoma or leiomyoma.

    Types Of Fibroids During Pregnancy:

    There are different kinds of fibroids based on the location where they sprout from in the uterine region:

    1. Intramural Fibroids:

    These fibroids are the most common types that grow within the muscle wall of the uterus.

    Intramural fibroids tend to grow large in size, making the uterus full.

    This further causes heavy bleeding during periods or even inability to conceive as they obstruct egg from being fertilized.

    2. Submucosal Fibroids:

    These fibroids grow under the inner lining of the uterus known as endometrial lining.

    They cause heavy and painful periods along with fertility problems.

    3. Subserosal Fibroids:

    These fibroids grow on the outside of the uterus, stretching into the pelvis.

    Subserosal fibroids tend to put additional strain on the bladder, causing bowel related issues.

    Both submucosal and subserosal fibroids grow from a stalk like structure, sometimes sticking out of the uterus into the pelvic area.

    4. Cervical Fibroids:

    As the name suggests, these fibroids grow in the neck of your cervix.

    Women at higher risk for fibroids.

    :pushpin: Between the ages of 30 and 50.
    :pushpin: Overweight or obese
    :pushpin: African-American, as fibroids are two to three times more common in African-American women.
    :pushpin: with family history of fibroids
    :pushpin: who began menstruation before the age of 10.
    :pushpin: who use certain kinds of birth control.
    :pushpin: who take poor diet
    :pushpin: who consume alcohol

    Uterine Fibroid Symptoms:

    It is very important that you stay aware of the signs and symptoms of uterine fibrosis in pregnancy, so that you do not confuse it to be something else.

    Signs and symptoms of depend on the size, location, and number of fibroids.

    Symptoms of Uterine Fibrosis in Pregnancy:

    :pushpin: Urge to urinate and frequent urination
    :pushpin: pelvic pressure or pain
    :pushpin: Pain in the back
    :pushpin: Pain in legs
    :pushpin: Abdominal pains
    :pushpin: Vaginal bleeding
    :pushpin: spotting or bleeding between periods
    :pushpin: Painful periods
    :pushpin: Cramping
    :pushpin: Heavy blood loss that lasts for days; last longer than a week
    :pushpin: Pain while urinating
    :pushpin: Fullness of abdomen that causes extra pressure and constipation
    :pushpin: Difficulty getting pregnant
    :pushpin: Frequent unexplained miscarriages.

    Note:
    You must always report to your doctor about vaginal bleeding and abdominal pains to avoid any further complications.

    Diagnosis For Uterine Fibroids:

    Once your doctor is informed about the above symptoms, he or she will diagnose the presence of fibroids using the test he or she considers appropriate.

    Test for fibroids

    ● An ultrasound scan to examine the inside of your uterus

    ● The doctor will check for the presence of any lumpy structures or abnormality in the shape of your uterus.

    ● Upon the confirmation of the presence of uterine fibroid, herbal treatment can commence.

    Uterine Fibroids And Pregnancy Complications:

    Fibroids generally develop before pregnancy. In many cases women remain unaware of the presence of the tumor until they get an ultrasound done.

    You can also detect the tumor with a pelvic exam. Also, watch out for the above mentioned symptoms

    When you know about your fibroids beforehand, you can ask your doctor about the probable complications in your pregnancy.

    These are non-cancerous developments that generally do not interfere with your pregnancy.

    Around 30% of the women face complications in pregnancy such as abdominal pains along with vaginal bleeding.

    Unless your bleeding is substantial, your baby will be rarely affected.

    Submucosal fibroids directly affect the ability to conceive as they distort the entire uterus, thereby disturbing the implantation of the embryo even after fertilization.
    The sooner you try to conceive, the lesser are the chances of infertility due to fibroids or even the occurrence of the fibroids. However, it is better to take care of fibroid before conception, u
    sing herbal remedies to avoid surgery, which over overtime has claimed lives.

    Experts are of the opinion that one should not take treatment for fibroid during pregnancy instead its growth must be monitored by your doctor. It is only after pregnancy that you can start full-fledge treatment of fibroids.

    Treatment of Fibroids in Pregnancy

    One of the best ways to heal fibroids is to avoid stress. If you are not able to cope with the stress in your life then you can even opt for therapies that can relieve your stress.

    Acupuncture, acupressure, body massage, yoga and meditation can help you to keep stress at bay.

    Slight changes in diet can also bring relieve from symptoms of fibroids. Organic and cultured yoghurt, soy products, blackstrap molasses and sea vegetables must be included in the diet. Besides this, Vitamin K reduces excessive blood flow. Indole-3-carbinol helps to support liver detoxification.

    Ways to Treat Fibroid Pain during Pregnancy

    Fibroid pain can be dealt by changing body postures.

    Usually bed rest brings relief to pregnant women with fibroid but lying down for long durations can even add to discomfort. Changing body position can help.

    Ice pack can be applied to numb the problematic area.

    If pain is severe then consult your gynaecologist for pain medications that will not affect your pregnancy.

    Consult your doctor to know whether the fibroid is such a place that can complicate the pregnancy. Your doctor may perform pelvic examination or an ultrasound and start the treatment if needed.

    Treatment of Fibroid after Pregnancy

    After pregnancy, fibroids mostly shrink in size and do not cause any problem. But if you still have symptoms (prolonged period, heavy bleeding, pain during intercourse, constipation, back pain or pelvic pain) then you can opt for the essential stages to treating fibroids naturally:

    1.) Reduce your estrogen overload.

    2.) Improve your lymphatic drainage.

    3.) Reduce your gut inflammation

    4.) Improve your liver function

    5.) Lose weight: Fat or obese women are more at risk of having fibroids so work on your weight to keep fibroid away.

    6.) Change your diet. Be a stickler for good nutrition. Avoid red meat, carbohydrates and surgary foods worsen fibroid.

    Fiber-rich foods, milk and dairy products reduce fibroids.

    7.) Monitor your blood pressure as research as revealed that there is link between blood pressure and fibroids.

    8.) Use herbal medications to:

    ● Shrink fibroids; consume aridan fruits decoction, green tea etc.

    ● Balance hormones; take hormone balancing medication like CBD oil, castor oil, black seed oil etc.

    I hope you find this article useful.

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