Anamu removes evil spirits, cleansing and removing all types of negative energy.
This cleansing will also neutralize any witchcraft that may have been done on a person to detach any negative spirits or entities that may have attached themselves to a person.
Start over fresh with a completely clean slate after taking this spiritual bath.
Anamu has a long history in herbal medicine in all of the tropical countries where it grows.
In Brazilian herbal medicine, it is considered an antispasmodic, diuretic, menstrual promoter, stimulant, and sweat promoter.
Herbalists and natural health practitioners there use anamu for edema, arthritis, malaria, rheumatism, and poor memory, and as a topical analgesic and anti-inflammatory for skin afflictions.
In Guatemalan herbal medicine, the plant is called apacín and a leaf decoction is taken internally for digestive ailments and sluggish digestion, flatulence, and fever.
A leaf decoction is also used externally as an analgesic for muscular pain and for skin diseases.
Anamu is commonly used in big cities and towns in South and Central America as a natural remedy to treat colds, coughs, influenza, respiratory and pulmonary infections, and cancer, and to support the immune system.
In Cuba, herbalists decoct the whole plant and use it to treat cancer and diabetes, and as an anti-inflammatory and abortive.
Herbs have been used from the beginning of time.
Animals instinctively learned to use different plants for their own healing and strengthening.
Man has also used herbs to treat his illnesses for thousands of years and the usage of herbs by humans has been documented in all major ancient civilizations.
Herbalists believe that herbs put the body in tune with nature.
In ancient times, herbalism was a mixture of medicine and magic.
Herbs have been used in magical rituals for centuries by women and men alike and are one of the main tools of wizards and witches.