Tuesday, 17 March 2015



Comfrey, is another powerful perennial plant that is used in Jamaican folk medicine. It is used to treat conditions ranging from the common colds to hypertension and many other complications. It is thought that the plant possess potent healing and blood cleansing properties that help the body to heal quickly.

Comfrey is fused with other herbs to balance/ enhance its efficacy. The plant grows easily in almost any condition or soil. Besides being used for medicinal use, it can be had every now and then as a tea.

Disclaimer: This is not intended to provide medical advice or diagnosis.

Thursday, 12 February 2015

Home Remedies: Guinea hen weed

Home Remedies: Guinea hen weed: Guinea hen weed or Devil's Horse Whip,a perennial plant that grows wildly in tropical conditions has a very pungent and long lasting od... http://alternativemedicinebushdoctor.blogspot.com/

Tuesday, 10 February 2015

Jamaican Folklore: When You Girl Pickney Have Young Belly


When a female, especially a young girl was seen eating green mango with black pepper and salt, it was an indication that "you have young belly" in other words pregnant. It was thought to be one of the cravings back in the day.

Monday, 2 February 2015

White Sorrel


White Sorrel

The taste is not as potent as the red sorrel but it provides similar benefits, such as being rich in antioxidants and maintaining healthy blood pressure. The white sorrel makes a delightful and refreshing drink.

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Jamaican Back Pain Remedy


Tuna, a kind of cactus plant, is used widely in Jamaican folk remedies. It is specially known for the benefits for hair however, the plant when used with Coconut (Jelly) Water is believed to provide relief from back pain.

Cut the plant open and scrape the contents into a glass bowl and then coconut (jelly) water and mix well.

Disclaimer: This article is solely for the purpose of sharing Jamaican folk remedy and not intended to diagnose, treat or provide any advice for medical or other conditions. remember to visit your GP

Monday, 27 October 2014

How to Make Papaya Leaf Tea



1 Papaya Leaf
1 Cup Water

Wash papaya leaf thoroughly.

Bring one cup of water to a rapid boil. Pour water into a cup then add papaya leaf. Cover and allow the leaf to draw until the liquid turns bright green.

Take two teaspoons only.

Disclaimer: This article is written for the purpose of information only, not to diagnose or to treat any medical conditions. Remember to always visit your doctor.

Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Home Remedies for Chikungunya


As Jamaica experiences the epidemic "Chikungunya" (aka Chik-V, Chickengunman), many Jamaicans are looking to natural remedies to remove "the toxins" that the virus has deposited in the body. Here are a few home remedies that are being used.

Papaya (paw paw) Leaves/ tree

Papaya Leaf
Remove the main vein of the papaya leaf and place in a bowl with two teaspoons of water. crush the vein in the water until this turns to paste (liquid) form. take one teaspoon twice daily.

The dried bizzy nut is grated and boiled and consumed as a tea.

These are just a few of the home remedies that Jamaicans have been using but they are never to replace doctor's advice or medication. This also is not intended to give advice for cure of ChiK V.

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