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Experiencing Healing With Mango Leaves

Updated on December 12, 2019
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Experiencing Healing With Mango Leaves

“Their fruit will be for food, and their leaves for healing.”

Ezekiel 47:12c

“The leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations.”

Revelation 22:2b

The verses above have been a great reality for me, not only once, nor twice but multiple times. The Word of God indeed is trustworthy and reliable. This verse reveals the healing power of herbs and leaves. God created plants not only to provide our food but to provide healing for our ailments. This is proven again and again in the past ages as well as today. In the book of the prophet Isaiah, we can find the account of healing experienced by King Hezekiah with the aid of a poultice of figs applied on the boil tormenting his body (Isaiah 38:21).

When I relocated to a countryside last 2017, I rely more on herbs and leaves for my healing. In our place, south of Manila, there are plenty of trees and plants available. The most abundant are the mango trees. I searched the Internet, looking for the health benefits of mango leaves and I found a lot. Among these are: can help in bringing down sugar level in the body, can aid in hypertension, can help bring relief for asthma and other respiratory diseases, can help in the cure of dysentery ( abdominal inflammation), can cure wounds and burns. I found truth in this information by experimenting it on myself. Whenever I get wounded I boil mango leaves and pour it on my wounds, after a day I will experience healing. This can also be applied to animals. When my dogs got wounded, I poured boiled mango leaf tea on their wounds, and they were also healed.

Every morning, whenever I drink coffee, I pour mango leaf tea on it. It helps a lot in keeping my blood pressure and sugar level within normal range. It also aids in finding relief from fever. Just recently, I have had a fever. Instead of taking a paracetamol for relief, I took mango leaf tea and I was relieved of the fever. I also apply this to my dogs whenever they have flu and they too have experienced healing. I believe mango leaves have high content of Vitamin C. I heard that any plant that can cure wounds has high content of Vitamin C. Vitamin C is considered as an antioxidant, thus mango leaves can also be good antioxidant. As of now, since I have been taking mango leaf tea, it is rare for me to acquire colds and flu. I may say that mango leaves can also help a lot in improving our immune system.

For me, it is such a great blessing to be surrounded with trees and plants. This is one great benefit of living in the countryside. I really love the green surroundings, so pleasant to the eyes every morning. If you want to have a better health, live in the countryside. I know now, why those old folks from the countryside have a higher longevity. This is their top secret, the herbs and leaves.

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