Words, Visions, Dreams, Voices of an African Woman Expressed by Thulisa Qangule
There was once a time when the common Flu was a life threatening and incurable disease.
This disease remains incurable today.
We’ve simply found ways of managing it.
I believe that with time
We will say the same for HIV & AIDS
It is a Virus, just like the Flu.
People start dying of the disease as soon as they are diagnosed as it is usually the idea of having contracted an incurable ailment or disease that psychologically defeats many people.
Zulu Sanusi, and Shaman, Bab’Credo Mutwa was the first person I ever heard,speaking about a healing plant from South Africa that has potential to cure AIDS.
At the time,just like so many South Africans, I didn’t pay much attention and thought: ‘Let’s leave that to the Herbal Experts and there’ll be a solution’
This never was to be.
Recently, I caught a huge wake-up call when I saw Beyonce doing Pantsula moves on stage,singing to Kwaito beats…
…I woke up to the fact that its part of our collective consciousness to wait for someone else from the outside to validate us,our products,services and goods.
Let me get back to this potential AIDS curing plant….
It grows wild in the Western Cape and the Hills of KwaZulu-Natal. Its Nguni name is: Unwele.
Its English and scientific name is:Sutherlandia Frutescens.
Other than Credo Mutwa, the BBC has reported on it, and the plant is already being manufactured in tablet and powder form.
Please see the below link:
Please note that Research is still in progress,therefore,usage of this herb does not claim to obliterate the HIVirus,in the same manner that an antibiotic does not obliterate the flu virus,however,this herb is known to contribute a great deal towards alleviating the symptoms.
Must we wait for an external adventurer to make this discovery,or are we going to stand up,be proud and take ownership for the wisdom our Ancient Wise Elders have imparted?
The Muthi in our backyard need not only be used for the manufacturing of lihghtening,dealing with the tokolosh and all sorts of things that have greatly contributed to our people losing credit for their wealth of knowledge.
This is my bit of contribution to both #16days and #WorldAIDSday —> Through Knowlwdge Sharing.
PS: Pleasw visit http://www.alibaba.com to see more information on where and how to purchase the powder,capsule and tablet form of this plant.
By Thulisa Qangule. December 2013©
Tags: #Herbal Remedies #WorldAidsDay #SouthAfrica #SutherlandiaFrutescens #Unwele #WesternCape #KwaZuluNatal