Many herbal medicines have been proven to cure different ailments, health problems and diseases by our ancestors and yet the medical community doesn’t recognize it and worse, many medical doctors lead people and Pinoys to believe that it is a bad habit to use, intake or use alternative natural medicine in curing or relieving diseases.
Today is the day I am about to reveal a list of proven strong natural herbs that we eat on a daily basis most often because we use them with our regular daily cooking at home. These home remedy leafy greens consists of 5 common herbs me and my family have proven to relieve many sorts of stomach problems which include, hyper acidity, constipation and bowel discharge problem and dyspepsia as well. If you are suffering from any of these health problems and can’t seem to have them cured taking in your western pill as prescribed by deceitful tv commercials, here is the list below.
- Talbos ng Kamote
- Dahon ng Sili
How To Use These Herbs
Using these 5 amazing herbs is so simple that you cannot have problems at all eating them all together. In our family, we have used it often and it has cured by 75 – year old father as well as my mom who is already 70 years old from constipation and acidity.
All we do is to use these 5 leafy greens together in cooking tinola, sinabawang isda or just about any soup-based menu you know. In my family, we just love cooking the “5 fingers” with fried galunggong and we found it so easy to eat, digest and drink the soup at least 3 times a week. We’ve been doing, using and eating these 5 fingers combination for more than 3 years now on a regular basis and today, we make sure not to miss it even just 2-4 times a month to avoid stomach problems and so far, we’ve never had them come back again since.
My dad has even given the simple recipe to a neighbor and they never ceased to thank dad for giving them the simple cooking techniques to incorporate the 5 herbs together while having the liberty to eating them without any problems. Even kids love the soup and has gone used to sipping them when available on the dining table.