African Leaves Natural Cure for Stroke

African Leaves

African Leaves Natural Cure for Stroke

African Leaves Natural Cure for Stroke

Stroke is a monster you should never temper with. I advise you not to take this monster lightly and allow it to ruin your world or take your life away. This monster attacks you slowly but suddenly when you are least expected of. Once it attacks you, it may be very difficult or too late to recover your health again if you are not lucky.

About 2 years ago, my doctor advised me to seek medical treatment for my health after going through a medical check up and finding both my blood pressure and cholesterol levels had exceeded their allowable high limits. He stressed strongly I should seek medical treatment immediately, but I ignored his advice and went on with my normal way of living.

Several months ago, I finally understood the meaning of my doctor’s advice and paid the price for ignoring it. If you ever wonder how it feels like when you have a stroke, let me tell you this horrifying experience. I was lucky, I only suffered a mild stroke enough to wake me up not to temper with this monster again.

Just before and after the check up, I frequently had the difficulty to recover from a minor sprain or muscle aches easily. Every time when I had a muscle sprain, it would take a long time and a lot of medical treatment like acupuncture to recover from the sprain. Previously, when I had such a problem, a few medicate oilment rub would get rid of the sprain and I would recover very fast from my sprain but not this time.

Going forward, I began to develop problem even to put on a T-shirt as I couldn’t move my arms easily upwards. I couldn’t even reach my shoulder or back with both my arms. I didn’t have a clue what was going on with my body as I had forgotten what my doctor was trying to tell me then. Although having these difficulties, I went on with my life but frequently had to seek acupuncture treatment to reduce some of my suffering. The acupuncture treatment could only help me temporary but never really help me with my health problem.

One day, I woke up and found myself unable to stand up properly. Both my two limbs were just too weak to support my body weight anymore. I would feel great pain on my limbs whenever I tried to move them. I didn’t even have the strength to move them also. Even holding a spoon was a difficult task for me to do. I measured my blood pressure. It was reading about 143 mmHG. I started taking Glucosamine supplement and Lipitor from my doctor’s prescription. Although, there was some improvement after taking these supplements, it never really cured me. My limbs were just as too weak to do anything normally.

Just around this time, my younger brother had a mild stroke. He couldn’t move his jaw properly. He was hospitalized but was discharged later. I found out that he went well again not because of treatment from the hospital, but because he started eating African leaves. My sister had told me about this plant before, but I never took her words seriously.

I decided to try out the African leaves out of desperation and started eating the African leaves. After about 4 days of eating the African leaves, I started to feel strength coming back to my limbs and hands again. Although at first the strength came very slowly, but it is enough to let me know that the leaves were working. After about 2 weeks of taking the African leaves, I walked properly again. My arms were able to reach to my shoulder and back again as they had used to. I had no problem to put on a T-shirt again without the help of my family. Today, my blood pressure reading is 127 mmHG.

What, I learned from other sources about this African leaves is that you could dry them and brew them just like tea for health drink. Few months ago, my eldest sister-in-law also came down with the same problem of not able to walk properly. She had spent a lot of money on medical treatment but didn’t help her condition at all. I told her of my case and recommended her to try out the African leaves. Today, she is able to walk normally again.

How does the African leaves taste? This leave gives a very bitter taste, so bitter that it can be hard for someone to take it. After chewing and swallowing the leaves, a sensational feeling in your throat will last for a while. The sensational feeling will make you want to eat the leaves again.

Where can you find this plant? This plant is grown commonly in Singapore. You can almost find them in every HDB estate.

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Comments 27 comments

Fi 5 years ago

Where exactly can I find these leaves?

Travil samuel 4 years ago

I will like to know the name of the leaves and where can i get it.

BIOLA 4 years ago

MY MOther hv stroke it affect left hand and leg even shecant sit down

sege 4 years ago

my mom had just sufferd stroke to what is the botanical name of the leave



4 years ago

Can u find me some leaves

Abiodun Adegoke 4 years ago

well, i also believe there are so many herbs combination that will treat stroke very well.

In yoruba: EPIN leave , Ejinrin, Afoma onisana (Mistletoe), Bitter Leave, Aloevera, Moringa Olifera, and Leave of life plant combination will handle stroke and diabetes. Free guidance.



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Carolyn L 3 years ago

Hello. i am looking for a supply of this herb. can you assist me in getting it?

Carolyn L 3 years ago

Hello. i am looking for a supply of this herb. can you assist me in getting it?

Adegoke Abiodun 3 years ago

Apart from Mistletoe and Ejinrin, all are available in my small garden at home. The combination of : EPIN(sand paper) leave , Ejinrin, Afoma onisana (Mistletoe), Bitter Leave, Aloe vera, Moringa Olifera, and Leave of life plant combination will handle stroke and diabetes effectively.

These herbs are available in our local herbal markets.

abiodun 3 years ago

have you heard about sweetherb a perfect solution to stroke,hb,diabetes etc contact me at

Sharif 2 years ago

Hi, is there a natural way to treat high sky-rocket cholestrol?

Adegoke abiodun 2 years ago

Have you heard of Phyllatrus Niruri? Anther wonder plant

Adegoke abiodun 2 years ago

Phyllatrus Niruri , Eyin Olobe in yoruba will treat HBP, Daibetes, reverse HIV1 and Heppatitis B. Tested and confirmed.A mixture of this plant and other plants are already in use for trial on HIV. Will give the mixture free for those who want to try it for HIV1.

adegoke 2 years ago

the feedback I am getting from many who have used the herbal combination for stroke are very encouraging. The combination is effective within a very short time according to various feedbacks and from my own experience with patients.

Also give a shout for solutions to fibroid and infertility treatment.

akinmade a.w 24 months ago

my mother suffered stroke in 2012 and am very surprise to read that with these leaves all problems associated with stroke can be reversed. please can you let me know how it must be administered. must it be cooked or chewed raw like that.

haja 20 months ago

if you can't find Afican leaves in Singapore. I can sell you a plastic full of African leaves for $20 .that is the leaves. Just email to

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blessing 17 months ago

pls help me my mum is going through som thin like dat pls help me

SAHEED 17 months ago


stephen john 16 months ago

bro where do u reside u can reach me cuz am going to get this hab coming week for my self ....


Tamale Andrew 15 months ago

Dear Haja

I want the Africa Leaves

My phone +256785510210

CJ 15 months ago

Hi Haja

I am 11 month stroke patient, very.hard to walk '

rt hand cannot function properly.

Urgent need African leaves 97724384 hp

CJJOE 15 months ago

hi Haja

I am a stroke patient ,cannot function with rt hand and leg

I willing to buy $20 from u a big bag of African leaves

plse email me

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james81486687 14 months ago

to those who need the African leaves ,email me at

I ship world wide, I can ship you the stem for planting also.

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