"I had gone to Africa to Namibia, and I came back with a group of herbs. One of them was named Kinkeliba: it's white like milk, but it's fluffy. I put some in a bag and I told Mikey to inhale it. He inhaled it and he sneezed 52 times .. and by the time he got to the door, he passed a tumour out of his nose." Dr. Sebi
Seh Haw, combretum micranthum, known as kinkeliba in Benin, Senegal, and the Gambia across multiple regional dialects, is a shrub species often found in tiger bush and on hills in West Africa. It is used for making tea.
It is used traditionally in Senegal and Mali for fatigue, liver ailments, headache, convalescence, blood disease, weight loss, cancer, sleep problems, and its especially used for fasting by Mourides in Senegal. It is one of the plants of power in Nigerian medicine and is used to treat liver disorders especially in Senegal and Mali. Kinkeliba means the "health tree" and the French import kinkeliba and call it "tisane de longue vie" or infusion of long life.
A tea made produced by steeping the leaves in boiling water is a traditional tonic drink in tropical savannah countries such as Senegal, Mali and Burkina Faso. It is believed to be an aid to weight loss and have detoxifying properties.
In Burkina Faso, a decoction of the leaves is used as a medication for malaria. This tea also cleanse the blood and the vital organs. When the blood is clean oxygen can flow and disease cannot survive in the temple. This tea is the mother of all teas no wonder the French have been importing it to France for 100 years, naming it la tisane de longue vie, “the infusion of long life.” Get yours now while stock last.