Health Benefits of AGBO JEDI JEDI INGREDIENTS AND RECIPES

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WHAT IS AGBO JEDI JEDI?
Recent studies show that more than 80% of people in the world tend to use home remedies to cure diseases. The traditional herbs can treat diseases, but only if you know how to make them right.
These herbal medications are still very popular in West Africa. They can be used in rural communities as they do not have much access to modern medicine. The most popular remedy against everything is called Agbo.
One of the Agbo ingredients is the root of specific trees. It’s usually provided in the rural areas of the Yoruba tribe. The herbs can be different from one tribe to another. Only the local elders know the whole recipe of how to prepare Agbo Jedi Jedi.
It’s interesting that women who sell Agbo Jedi Jedi on the streets are usually called EleweOmo. Men patronize the sellers of Agbo as they strongly believe that it makes them strong and healthy.
AGBO INGREDIENTS
Agbo Jedi Jedi ingredients and recipes
As it was mentioned earlier, Agbo Jedi Jedi can be made from various ingredients. The purest root and barks of specific trees are used to be boiled and soaked. One of the recent “modern” recipes for Agbo can look like this:
Grated ginger
Honey
Apple Vinegar
Cinnamon powder
Chopped fresh parsley
Lemon
You will need to cook everything together and boil for some time. After that, just give it time to cool down. After a few days, you can have this mixture to treat the illnesses. According to some recipes, it’s also necessary to add some alcohol. It will help you to reduce the symptoms of your illnesses.
WHAT CAN AGBO TREAT?
Agbo has been used in traditional medicine for a long time. Nevertheless, some people still prefer to use western medicine to traditional methods. According to the ideas of traditional medicine, Agbo cures the following diseases:
Chicken Pox
Stomach ache
Measles
Hemorrhoid
Typhoid
Malaria
Herbal doctors in Africa prefer to use natural remedies to common ailments.
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