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Babalawo Ajagun Says


He can treat your hernia with a herbal remedy 

And he only uses 3 ingredients

He treats Hernias using these herbs 

  1. Isu Ijapa

 

Isu Ijapa or Isu Ahun  as they are called in Ile Ife, I found out here that they’re called in English, Air Potatoes, scientific name Dioscorea bulbifera and are in fact small yams. Some varieties contain steroid hormones and some are used medicinally in China also.

Dioscorea bulbifera (commonly known as the air potato, air yam, bitter yam, cheeky yam, potato yam[2]) is a species of true yam in the yam family, Dioscoreaceae. It is native to Africa, southern Asia, India, Maldives, China, Japan, the Philippines, and Indonesia and northern Australia.[1] It is widely cultivated and has escaped to become naturalized in many regions (Latin America, the West Indies, the Southeastern United States, and various oceanic islands).[1]- Wiki

 

 

2. Egbo Okan

And the roots of this herb called Okan, specially treated and mixed together with Lime.

Okan “is like Paracetamol”

 

 

3. Lime

 

 

Works in 3 days

So within 3 days of drinking the herbal remedy your hernia will be gone, he says

When confronted with this claim I was a little sceptical  as my understanding (should that be mis-understanding) of Hernias is that they can only be treated with surgery

However, he is not the only one saying it’s possible . Chinese , Holistic and Ayurvedic Medicine also say they can. I don’t validate this claim with these others, just needed to hear supporting voices from outside orthodox medicine  . 

The combined effect of the above herbs ( Isu Ijapa + Egbo Okan + Lime)  is a steroidal component plus painkilling properties and a digestive aid. That sounds as good as many prescribed medicines to me.

Baba Ajagun is on the right with his student, in the forest picking out herbs

 

Ready to give it a go? Link to Ajagun Herbs Facebook page below

 

 

 

Caution: Please use Herbal Remedies after Proper Research and Guidance. You accept that you are following any advice at your own risk and will properly research or consult your healthcare professional.

 

 

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