In West Africa, people have often used medicinal roots and bark for their primary care but also to overcome the most serious diseases. Coming from plants very popular in terms of pharmacopoeia, these barks have powerful therapeutic virtues. Discover here, a list of the most used African roots in traditional medicine and their different virtues
In the past, African plants were used not only for therapeutic purposes but also incorporated into the daily diet. They allowed the populations of ancient times to survive for millennia, thanks to traditional medicine before the introduction of modern medical care techniques in Africa.
Endowed with many therapeutic virtues, these African plants still make it possible today to feed themselves, to treat deficiencies and to overcome several diseases. Their effectiveness is no longer to be proven. We tell you about it in this article.
Artemisia is a plant that has been used for ages in traditional African medicine. In recent years, it has been the subject of debate because of its potential effectiveness against malaria and more recently against covid-19. What should you know about artemisia? What virtues are hidden behind this plant? Let's find out together!
African plants are a real concentrate of benefits. They have always been used to relieve, prevent or cure many ailments. Although modern medicine has proven itself, about 75% of the African population still uses traditional medicine. The accessibility and effectiveness of African plants are the reasons for this choice. Apart from their therapeutic benefits, they have interesting nutritional and cosmetic properties. It is therefore necessary to know the virtues of African plants well in order to be able to use them wisely. In this article, we make you (re)discover African plants and their virtues.
In order to make their skin clear, many Africans engage in depigmentation. This practice affects almost all strata of society and mainly women. In reality, for these people, having clear, radiant and luminous skin is a sign and proof of beauty.
But the people who resort to this practice seem to be unaware of the risks to which they are exposed. What are the health consequences of this practice? What are the alternative solutions to make the skin beautiful without having to resort to depigmentation? We look into it in this article.
Can you imagine being able to take care of your skin at home? And especially with natural products that you will manufacture yourself? If that's what you're looking for, you've come to the right place!
The benefits of plants are no longer proven, but rather to be shared. And that is the purpose of this article. This is ginger. You have certainly heard of it before, and you may even use it. But are you aware of all the advantages, of all the virtues of this plant?