Plants used to cure tooth ache and their Gĩkũyũ names
Karuga Mwangi
12 Views · 18 days ago

⁣Plants used to cure tooth ache and their Gĩkũyũ names

Some Medicinal plants - Gĩkũyũ names Pt 4
Karuga Mwangi
10 Views · 21 days ago

⁣Some Medicinal plants - Gĩkũyũ names Pt 4

Some Medicinal plants - Gĩkũyũ names Pt 3
Karuga Mwangi
13 Views · 21 days ago

⁣Some Medicinal plants - Gĩkũyũ names Pt 3

Some Medicinal Plants - Gĩkũyũ names pt 2
Karuga Mwangi
12 Views · 22 days ago

⁣Some Medicinal Plants - Gĩkũyũ names pt 2

Long time no see/watch me make Trini style pepper sauce
Makiya Karimbocas
12 Views · 23 days ago

im back!! in the middle of making pepper sauce, i thought "why dont i upload this to abibitumi TV?!". so happy that i did. enjoy this impromptu video. Abibifahodie.

Some Medicinal plants - Gĩkũyũ names
Karuga Mwangi
15 Views · 23 days ago

⁣Gĩkũyũ names for some medicinal plants

Might Thundercloud Edible Forest
Kwame Fulani
5 Views · 1 month ago

Black farmers like Thelonius Cook of Virginia are embracing sustainable farming practices found in their African cultural heritage.

Closing the Breast Feeding Gap and White Supremacy
Kwadwo Tòkunbọ̀
3 Views · 2 months ago – A recent New York Times article, “Working to Close the Breast Feeding Gap” totally surprised us! In it, the article says that Black women are not encouraged to nurse as much as white women, due to the history of their own mothers not breast feeding them.

Shockingly, Black newborns are nine times more likely than white babies to get formula in hospitals. Initially, white women led the charge to raise their children on baby formula, and Black women followed suit. However, at some point white women ditched baby formula, realizing “breast is best”, but Black women did not follow. It should be noted: White women leading the charge towards feeding babies with baby formula is rooted in Slavery.

Many Black women today shun breast feeding because it reminds them of days gone by, during slavery, when Black women were forced to not only work the fields, but also be wet nurses to white families.

We examine the reasons why there isn’t more lactation assistance in our community; Black women’s traumatic history with being wet nurses to their oppressor’s children; the pros and cons of breast feeding from both a scientific and metaphysical stance; and we relate all of this to why white supremacy discourages breast feeding in the Black community.

These and other topics are discussed. Listen to find out more!

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Ibogaine- African Drug That Cures Opioid Addiction: Iboga Plant, Psychedelic Effects & Dangers
Ambakisye-Okang Dukuzumurenyi
4 Views · 2 months ago

Ibogaine is a drug that has been mentioned by many former heroin addicts to be the reason why they quit heroin. It is a drug that has been reported to significantly reduce the opioid withdrawal symptoms that occur when a heroin user tries to quit. However, it is illegal in the US and considered a schedule 1 drug and so in this video we will talk about how true the claims are that Ibogaine can help treat heroin addiction and if so, then why it is illegal in the US.

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