The name of this leaf is called Alchornea cordifolia, locally in Akan known as ‘Ogyama’, ‘Djeka’ or “stick tight”. They are very effective and proven antibiotic.
Alchornea cordifolia is a shrub or small tree distributed throughout tropical Africa, it can grow up to 8 metres tall. The plant and leaves are used in traditional and African medicine.
These leaves help cleanse the stomach and eliminate wounds caused by pregnancy.
Sex being an effective weapon in the couple, it is essential to maintain it in order to keep it healthy and clean. If you have never tried it, here are some benefits that should convince you. Djeka leaves are very effective in the case of vaginal infections. They make the woman’s sex organ firm and very young. It is a natural product with no side effects.
Djeka leaves help to remove foul-smelling white discharges from the vagina. It tightens the vagina, alleviates and relieves painful menstrual periods too. Ogyama leaves is used for the treatment of Candidiasis. The leaves help to reduce vaginal odor. It heals lower abdomen wounds after childbirth.
To overcome loss of appetite, boil the dried leaves with water for about ten (10) minutes, let it cool and drink.
For nurses, these leaves have a reputation for healing “wounds” on the stomach and helping to reduce its volume. For those who want a pleasant intimate hygiene and tighten the slot, the leaves of Djeka are just as useful.
Boil the leaves in plenty of water, then spill the resulting liquid into a bucket and sit on it at five (5) minutes intervals till the vagina heats up. This technique, called a steam bath does not only help get rid of the woman’s privacy of certain impurities but also keeps her warm and tightened. You can also use it for your personal hygiene two or three times a week. It is just as effective. There are various ways to use it warm, cool.
Cleanse intimately with this wonderful plant, twice a week. Possibility of drinking this cold infusion to replace your natural drink, water. Djeka leaves tea should be consumed preferably in the evening, or even twice a day. For personal hygiene, in a vaginal bath, twice a week. Boil it for five (5) minutes. At lukewarm temperature, pour into a basin then sit. This method called “Steambath” gets rid of impurities in your private part and bad odors, tightens the vagina and rebalances the vaginal flora.
Source: Kojo Odehe and Fredrick Kofi Deladem Dro (Talking GH)