Monday, April 21, 2014

MLONGE PLANTS- "MORINGA OLEIVERA" | TREATMENT FOR MANY DISEASES INCLUDING TYHOID AND CHRONIC MALARIA | YOU ARE ALSO USED IN TREATMENT AGAINST THE DANGEROUS AIDS DISEASE



Have you ever heard or seen a plant called Mlonge? Or in Latin "Moringa Oleivera"? Personally I just heard it and luckily recently I was lucky enough to see it. The plant seen in the picture with the big stem is Mlonge itself according to the one who showed me as I have never seen it before.

This plant is medicinal and is believed to cure many diseases that afflict humans and perhaps even other animals. Its leaves, fruits, bark, flowers and roots are used as medicine, each part of the tree in its importance.

It is said that its fruit is used as a vegetable for chopping cabbage and its leaves are also used as a vegetable for cooking as spinach. Its leaves cure various ailments and add nutrients to the body.

Mlonge bark helps water treatment.

The roots are used to treat people with chronic malaria or people who get night fever or who sweat profusely during a cold. The root is used for grinding its flour and using a teaspoon three times a day.

According to what I have rented, this plant treats many diseases such as high blood pressure, paralysis or numbness, typhoid fever, itching, stomach ulcers, chronic malaria, anemia, rash etc. There are many diseases listed up to AIDS. Now I don’t know if it was just to mention all the existing diseases or what, I don’t know.


A dose of Aids.
According to the desa with the description of the sisal plant, the dose of HIV is to use a teaspoon of leaf powder three times a day for forty-five days equal to six weeks. The patient is also required to chew three seeds three times for forty-five days equivalent to six weeks.

You are encouraged and advised at least in your home to have several stems of this plant for your use.
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