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The Nigerian Snake Repellant Recipes and Tips

Snakes are dangerous animals to have around. It is especially dangerous when you have children or poultry animals around. There are both venomous and nonvenomous snakes. They\ venom of a snake is severe while non-venomous snakes can also bite. Venomous or not, Snakes in an environment can render a farmer’s work to waste. What could attract snakes includes Bushy environments, high population of rodents, certain plants and trees, poultry animals etc.
The best way is to repel them naturally as many sold repellants have low effects. Below are effective snake repellants that would cost you less, albeit very effective.

1. Lemongrass
The Lemongrass is an amazing plant to grow in your compound. Not just it’s health benefits, easy to grow, great scent and beauty, but also that it scares off mosquitos, repels snakes and also ticks.
The smell of the lemongrass that seem nice to us is however too poignant for snakes and scares them off.
To scare away snakes, it is advised to grow lemongrass around the house or especially places you suspect as loopholes, where they might pass through. They are also especially relevant for mosquitoes and thick

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The 4 Easy Steps to Cure Stubborn Fibroids Without Surgery

Uterine fibroids, also known as uterine leiomyomas or fibroids are abnormal, non-cancerous growths in a woman’s uterus especially during childbearing age. The growths are more common from age 30 to the early stage of menopause. The growths which are tumors, are usually benign and smooth but not cancerous….

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Causes of Low Testosterone and African Herbal Treatment

The level of testosterone varies throughout the day, usually high early in the morning. Naturally, the testosterone level decreases as you grow older. This means fewer firm erections, softer muscle tone, and less interest in sex later in life. You can however boost the level of testosterone using easy to get herbs around you

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5 Nigerian Herbs to Clear Pcos and Boost Fertility

One of the common reasons behind female infertility is PCOS, It causes the ovaries to be larger containing many tiny cysts with immature eggs. It also makes the woman body to produce more of androgens (male hormones) which is why a woman with this condition may have unwanted hair growth. Also, the male hormone (androgens) interfere with ovulation (the development and release of eggs) leading to the release of unhealthy egg. There is no way a sperm can fertilize such egg meaning pregnant will most likely not occur.

Women can get rid of the symptoms of PCOS and still get pregnant naturally if certain lifestyles are change while undergoing natural treatment. What we’ll be sharing with you in this article are some Nigerian herbs that research has shown to be very effective in treating PCOS and preparing the body for pregnancy. You will learn how to prepare them and how to use them.  Let’s dive in. 

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How to Prepare Nigerian Smoothies for UTI Treatment

In our previous articles, we’ve been able to extensively explain all there is to know about urinary tract infections. the food to eat and avoid, ways to prevent them, Nigerian herbs that can help get rid of them and so on. Now, we want to look at how you can make a smoothie that will help get rid of UTI using ingredient that can be found in Nigerian supermarket.

You may find it stressful to actually consume the foods one after the other in a day and that is why a smoothie is a very good idea. By the end of this article, you should be able to prepare a yummy, healthy and medicinal smoothie. lets dive in!

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3 Nigerian herbs to flush out Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)

The Urinary tract is a channel through which your body is able to eliminate waste and excess water. The system consist of the kidney, ureters, bladder and urethra. Kidney perform the function of filtering, waste and excess water removal to form urine, which moves down through the ureters to be stored in the bladder till it is ready to come out through the Urethra in a process called Urination.

The opening of the Urethra ends at the Penis for Men and Vaginal for women.

On this page, we will be making a list of  some Nigeria herbs that are very effective in combating Urinary Tract infection. They can also be used to prevent the infection as well. You don’t want to miss out on that, keep reading.

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Do It Yourself Vaginal Steaming Tips; How To Clean Your Vagina With Efirin

You must have heard of V-steaming or yoni steaming before, those are used to  refer to Vaginal steaming. It is a process that requires you to infuse herbs in boiling water which  you seat on to allow steam penetrate inside of the vaginal for the purpose of keeping the vaginal clean and healthy.

Vaginal hygiene is incredibly important, but you don’t have to do much for it. A healthy vagina will clean itself, using the healthy bacteria in it. The only steps for hygiene you should take include urinating after sex (to clean out the bacteria) No scrubbing, no excessive washing, and try to avoid douching. Remember that the body is quite capable of keeping itself clean and by overdoing it, all you do is upset your body’s natural functions which leave room for the bad bacteria to come in.

In this post, we have highlighted how you can Stem your Vagina using African Basil Leaf Also known as Efirin, A plant that  can easily be found around you.

It is a total do it yourself method to help you to avoid or get rid of some vagina troubles  such as odor, bacterial infections, itching and more.

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Coach Amuda

Naturopathic Doctor & Founder, Green Remedies Int’l

Coach Amuda is a Holistic Practitioner and the C.E.O of Green Remedies International, a wellness company that specializes in tackling different health challenges through Natural, Organic, and Holistic Medicines.

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