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Vuka

For Women’s Libido
African Helichrysum Tincture

Vuka is traditionally used to:  

 


A modern, stressful lifestyle is not conducive to a romantic, love and sex life. Vuka assists in relaxing the nerves and stimulating sexual arousal. It is recommended for women suffering from lack of feeling and sexual desire.


Added benefits:
1) Stimulates sexual arousal
2) Anti-inflammatory properties
3) Improves the skin’s appearance
4) Increases hair density
5) Can be used externally on wounds
6) Anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties

More than just focusing on the sexual aspect, Vuka has anti-inflammatory and anti-viral properties that assist patients suffering from pain caused by internal infections thereby alleviating the psychological barrier and generally improving their well-being.

Vuka increases the sensitivity of the skin resulting in users becoming more responsive to the touch. Sensuality is therefore greatly increased with the use of Vuka.

Traditionally, African Helichrysum is recommended for post-menopausal women and is said to increase lubrication.

Contrary to popular belief, the African Helichrysum is also administered to men whose libido is low. This practice is most predominant with the Vendas and Shangaans.

Both sexes are known to place the African Helichrysum (Vuka) in food as an “herb”.

Is it toxic?
There are no signs of toxicity with Vuka.


Ingredients:
African Helichrysum & alcohol.


Dosage and Directions for use:
Shake well before using.
Adults: 3 to 5 drops taken 3 times daily in 10 ml of water or under the tongue.

Contra Indications:
People with a hypersensitivity to any ingredients of the plant species. Not to be taken during pregnancy, if inclined to experience bleeding or if liver and kidney illnesses are present. Overdosing may cause pain.



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