Miriam Nyasha Kwari Herbalist
I received a lot of phone calls last Saturday thanking me for spreading knowledge about diabetes. Your readership and commitment to a healthy diet inspires me. I would like to thank you for your encouragement and support.
Greetings, everyone, and welcome back to this week’s herbal space. A reader requested a Graviola special. I previously published one piece, and this week I will do it again.
They claim “Dzokororo ine simba”. My son once battled leukemia/lymphoblastic lymphoma; therefore I have first-hand knowledge of how Graviola works. After spending two years in the hospital, we were introduced to Graviola. His immune system was strengthened by using the capsules, drink or juice supplements, and food powders in addition to standard hospital care. My son is now 20, healthy and well. Thanks to Graviola. Graviola, in my opinion, is a fantastic dietary supplement. Whether we are ill or not, we can all take it. All of its beneficial effects on the body are illustrated in the diagram above.
More importantly, people with various illnesses can benefit from its curative qualities by consuming it in food or drink. It is crucial to emphasize the necessity
of adhering to the dietary guidelines and taking one’s medications, just like with any other food supplement. Keep in mind that we are what we consume. Graviola is a food supplement that I thus suggest for everyone. I constantly advise each of us to obtain it if we can. Another person inquired about flatulence and ulcers. I will respond by reminding everyone that the yellow foods in our midst are intended to fill and heal our stomachs. Carrot, butternut, sweet potato, yellow pepper, cabbage, red sorghum porridge, bran flakes, oats, and some white meat in particular are recommended.
Foods that are greasy and takeaways must be avoided.
I can see why some people might claim that vegetables make an ulcer worse; however here is a tip of the day. It is because, primarily due to ignorance, you will be consuming the incorrect vegetables. Please give me a call or text so we can discuss and bring to light any problems with this concept. Depending on the reason of the ulcer discomfort, we shall discuss the herbs slippery elm, licorice, ashwagandha, golden seal, myrrh, and aloe vera.
No matter how good our food choices are, they all contribute to the body’s nutrition system.
All sorts of ulcers are more likely to develop when we are dehydrated. This is due to the fact that the stomach produces hydrochloric acid to aid in food digestion.
The only area of the body where this acid can remain without seriously damaging the body’s tissues is the stomach, which has a unique lining specifically made to withstand it. After a meal has been fully digested in the stomach, the food is passed
into the duodenum to protect the rest of the digestive tract from acid burn. As the food travels through the duodenum, the pancreas must secrete a bicarbonate solution. The pancreas needs a lot of water to perform this task. Insufficient water supply will allow harmful acids to enter the duodenum and lead to ulcers.
Avoid alcohol, caffeine-containing drinks like fizzy drinks and coffee, stress, and smoking. Continue reading and supporting us.
Don’t forget to take Graviola.
Get in touch with Miriam Kwari on 0773378571