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How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by 2pence(m): 4:04pm On Nov 08, 2012
Iam opening this thread because I want to get some education concerning this root/herb called agbo

I honestly hope the moderators will help push this to front page so as

To enable people get education.

Please is it medically tested and trusted for treatment ? What does it cure in particular ?

I saw the mad rush for this in lagos and when I approached the seller for direction and I was woowed when I was told "It cures everything"

Malaria,waist pain,back pain,tyhoid,standby generator,agility, all. Lol

So have you drinked Agbo before ? Please let me hear your comments
Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by dominique(f): 5:32pm On Nov 08, 2012
Agbo is a general term for herbal medicine in yoruba, so i don't know which particular one you're talking about. I do see the ones being hawked on the streets but i've can never take such.

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Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by 2pence(m): 7:34am On Nov 09, 2012
dominique: Agbo is a general term for herbal medicine in yoruba, so i don't know which particular one you're talking about. I do see the ones being hawked on the streets but i've can never take such.

Thanks for explaining ; The one women carry on their head is the one am talking about,I saw lots of people taking it and I became curious if its medically tested and trusted ?

Really love to know
Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by dominique(f): 9:37am On Nov 09, 2012
I see a lot people buying the stuff too but i've never been curious enough to test it. Different strokes for dirrerent folks.
Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by Rick9(m): 11:30am On Nov 09, 2012
Agbo cures many illness. Esp Malaria , fever. Etc

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Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by Afam4eva(m): 11:31am On Nov 09, 2012
If it cures everything then i wonder why the poor people who buy them die faster than rich people. You don't just mix ngwo-ngwwo and give peoplee to drink.

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Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by Redmosquito(m): 11:32am On Nov 09, 2012
Minion:Ur Painfulness! Is Agbo really that powerful?
Hades:Hmph! Something you cant trace?! Something without NAFDAC number?! I have even seen it in powdered form angry
Minion:Powdered form?! shocked

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Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by lagerwhenindoubt(m): 11:32am On Nov 09, 2012
@OP you have to be careful with agboo. i have used it and noticed some positive effects, but that depends on what ailment it is meant to cure.
1: Waist pain - exercise will usually cure it
2: Lower Blood Sugar - removing carbs and sugar from your diet can help as well
3: Increase libido (se.x drive) - exercise, viagra can do that for you
4: Delayed ejaculation - Stout mixed with Peak milk
5: Increase Sperm load (not count) - Guava fruit and a healthy veg+protein diet will do well
6: Drive-away Evil Spirits - Your Pastor can help there too

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Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by Lordave: 11:34am On Nov 09, 2012
I think Agbo lives in town of Lagoon which is not far from Ibadan.

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Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by Nobody: 11:35am On Nov 09, 2012
An Agbo a day keeps the Doctor away and makes you strong the African way.

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Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by sammmiey1: 11:36am On Nov 09, 2012
It depnds on how one is brot up...some people were bathed and brot up wit d use of Agbo,dia belief is dat wenevr dey r gettin dwn wit an ailment,dey turn 2Agbo 2do d healin,&it wil, works evn more dan vaccines....
Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by CLIQBOY(m): 11:37am On Nov 09, 2012
over safe
Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by sherrylo: 11:43am On Nov 09, 2012
What kind of agbo? Agunmu or egboigi or elewe?
Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by Lawconfessor(f): 11:43am On Nov 09, 2012
Whoa!!! Have been wondering same myself for a long tym, d rate at which som ppl consume it on a daily basis in my area believing it can cure many sicknesses at a go.

Wot marvels me is dat som consume it consecutively for a period of two months or more.
Doesn't it have limits to its consumption??
Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by Clemzy16(m): 11:44am On Nov 09, 2012
Agbo is very safe. Mind you, it has a limit to wish you can take at a particular time. It cures alot of sicknesses and It's cheap. It has put alot of hospitals out of business no wonder medical expert go against it. It has been used by our fore-fathers for ages that's why they lived long and strong.

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Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by Nobody: 11:46am On Nov 09, 2012
There are different kinds of Agbo. There's Agbo iba, for malaria, there's agbo jedi for sugar, there's agbo for premature ejjacullation (just eluded seun, lol). Not all agbo cures everything.

The last time I visited the hospital for treatment was when I was four. Since then, I've been on Agbo and I can tell you that I'm one of the strongest homo sapiens that ever originated from the fallopian tube. It works like magic. Thats what our ancestors used before the advent of the europeans and their chalky drugs.

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Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by Lawconfessor(f): 11:50am On Nov 09, 2012
afam4eva: If it cures everything then i wonder why the poor people who buy them die faster than rich people. You don't just mix ngwo-ngwwo and give peoplee to drink.




Biko kwa help me ask oooo.
Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by ijigbamigb(m): 11:52am On Nov 09, 2012
The best way to use Agbo is to learn how to make it yourself. Most of the ones sold on the streets are badly produced. Some with dirty water and some with bad plants. You can get the books on how to make them. I personally make mine. I have that for malaria, typhoid fever, etc I made them myself and they work faster than anything else. You don't need to pay through the nose to get them, the plants are often very cheap and accessible.

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Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by Dopefiend(m): 11:53am On Nov 09, 2012
dominique: Agbo is a general term for herbal medicine in yoruba, so i don't know which particular one you're talking about. I do see the ones being hawked on the streets but i've can never take such.

GBOOM!! grin grin grin

afam4eva: If it cures everything then i wonder why the poor people who buy them die faster than rich people. You don't just mix ngwo-ngwwo and give peoplee to drink.

Well said.
Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by BabaO2: 11:55am On Nov 09, 2012
afam4eva: If it cures everything then i wonder why the[b] poor people who buy them die faster than rich people[/b]. You don't just mix ngwo-ngwwo and give peoplee to drink.
check your fact.

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Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by ijigbamigb(m): 11:56am On Nov 09, 2012
afam4eva: If it cures everything then i wonder why the poor people who buy them die faster than rich people. You don't just mix ngwo-ngwwo and give peoplee to drink.

The problem with most of the poor is illiteracy and ignorance. They believe herbs cure all ailments and they often make wrong diagnosis giving someone with athsma anti-malaria.

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Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by Teejayphillip(m): 11:58am On Nov 09, 2012
Agbo is very gud... It depends on ur believe ova it... It works very well n cure's alot even dough nt evry critical ailment... D medical experts go against dis herbal tins,cos it renders most of dia works useless... I du take agbo jedi jedi very well,until I met my fiancee who happens 2 b a medical doctor.. D day she came ova 2 my house,she warmed me abt it,nt until she threw dem all into d dustbin... Most times I take dem secretly,n she likes my manpower,bur she neva knew dat d agbo she threw away,helps cure my jedi jedi...

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Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by godfadda6(m): 12:00pm On Nov 09, 2012
Just like someone said, Agbo is a general term for herbal mixtures or medicine.

There is agbo for different ailments, the act of making agbo is mixing of local herbs to cure ailments.

It is the same thing Elizabeth Kafaru used to preach before she died. Agbo can come in all forms.......

Sometimes it takes a mind set for illness/ailments to be cured. I drink agbo everyday, just simple bitter leave, squeezed, helps my spleen.

Also I believe if I have headache, just a cup of water would relieve me, but whether you believe it or not, agbo can be abused (discussion for another day) and it does have over dose!
Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by Decapo: 12:02pm On Nov 09, 2012
Pls lets ask ifa
Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by olsmade(m): 12:03pm On Nov 09, 2012
To start with, 'agbo' is not a herb. Its a concoction, albeit herbal. Use at ur own risk.

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Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by sarutobie(m): 12:12pm On Nov 09, 2012
ijigbamigb:

The problem with most of the poor is illiteracy and ignorance. They believe herbs cure all ailments and they often make wrong diagnosis giving someone with athsma anti-malaria.
Exactly...you go see every tom,dick and harry mixing toxic concoctions in the name of herbal cure..herbs are good when they are thoroughly processed and packaged..sometimes those local concoctions sold on the street might subdue fever(when taken by a malaria patient for example) the person then thinks he is cured..meanwhile the parasite is gradually eating his system up and building resistance to the concoction the person took..

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Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by calculusx(m): 12:25pm On Nov 09, 2012
depending on the root and herb, they all have their specific functions and work wonders if only you patronize those who really know much about it. Take a walk down to any major market {awolowo market in mushin or isolo road} where they sell these roots and herbs in large quantities and you will be amazed with what you will see. They perform wonders but many people have abused the use of roots and herbs because of their ignorance. Most of those hawking it on the street doesn't really know much about it.
Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by jdmurphy(m): 12:30pm On Nov 09, 2012
Herbs are 10x powerful compare to orthodox medicine but it sound funny at times when i see some people hiding under civilization to kill themselves with chalks and preservatives call syrup and tablet. I do my own myself and people around me can testify to herbal potency....thanks to my grandpa that thought me concoctions so well. Though, people are taking the advantage of the economy to mix some deadly herbs that harms people but law of Karma will get to them soon. Root and Herbs (Agbo) na confirm jor. Have seen it cure diabetes, low sperm count,premature ejaculation, infertility, STD's, fibroid, e.t.c.

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Re: How Safe Is This Herb Yoruba's Call Agbo ? by phineas: 12:31pm On Nov 09, 2012
It is said science has proven a known plant in africa and the amazon cures cancer in the lab at least 8-10 times faster than any known anticancer drug.problem is in excessive dosses causes parkinsons.So who defines the safe dose.

Most medical drugs are from herbs.the difference is a lot of research has gone into ensuring the side effects and doses to ensure they are safe.for every medical drug administered all possible effects and doses can be defended,thats why companies spend millions of dollars on research.

so someone by the roadside or some unknown company offers u unverified herbs to cure all.....and you buy for yourself and ur child?
I'll say "choose ur poison",but choose wisely.

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