Medina

Medina

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Medina (Alysicarpus vaginalis )

Is a member of the Frabieacea family of legumes plants. It is a common low growing plant that can be  found growing abundantly In grass lands across the tropics.

Usages : 
Mindina is widely use as a animal fader to feed live stock and as a natural manure to reintroduce mineral and vitality to depleted soil.

TRADITIONAK USE 
in Jamaica medina is revered as a tonic  and aphrodisiac to  increase strength , stamina and libido. Legend has it that men start to consume it after they observed that it increases speed and performance in races horse at a popular race track in the island. 

In Africa it is used for kidney diseases and urinary tract infections. 

In Asia it is widely use for cold and reducing fever.

Direction:

Take a small amount of the dried plant,  boil for 10min, leave to cool the consume .
You can also add a sweatner of choice. 


Caution:
Not recommended for pregnant women.
 Always consult with you medical practitioners before using herbal medicine if you're on any life saving medication or receiving treatment for any serious condition 

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