2 edition of Yoruba medicines found in the catalog.
Dennis M. Warren
|Statement||collected by D.M. Warren ; translated and revised by Anthony D. Buckley and J. Akintunde Ayandokun.|
|LC Classifications||DT515.45.Y67 W37 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 93, xii, p. ;|
|Number of Pages||93|
|LC Control Number||82160003|
The Yoruba are located in the tropical rain forest and guinea savanna zones of coastal West Africa, concentrated in southwestern Nigeria (Yorubaland) with smaller groupings in southeastern Benin, Togo, and Ghana. As a result of the diaspora, enclaves of Yoruba culture are evident in Cuba and Brazil. This is a simple, beautiful and powerful Ifa prayer. I will surely memorize this supplication. It is full of deep meaning and esoteric wisdom. This iwure resonates deeply within me. Ifa and my own life experiences has previously made known to me they we can convert poison into medicine.
Yoruba Traditional Medicine The close examination of the nature of the Yoruba traditional medicine, according to some of the available literatures and the practices in the society, makes it reasonable to conclude that Yoruba traditional medicine is also immersed in their cultural beliefs, which includes the belief in the supernatural powers. By Babalawo Olaifa Ifadamilare. When considering traditional Yoruba medicine we must look at it scientifically, not religiously or superstitiously as is often the case. Although the results can be quite miraculous, it is not hocus pocus. We may even be inclined to call the more spectacular aspects of traditional African medicine, magic, but it is not.
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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device : Anthony D. Buckley. Through her studies she has found a correlation with Yoruba medicines book traditional spirituality, the 7 Energy Centers, Yoruba medicines and rituals with a modern way of implementing them into our lives.
The Genees System™ is born. The key point, in respect to the evolution of Yoruba medicine, is that Egyptian knowledge, coupled with the earlier Nok people, produced the outcome Yoruba medicines book Yoruba herbal practices.
From a conceptual standpoint, Osain herbalism is a religion, a philosophy, and a science, Born from this concept is the idea that oneness with the Creative Essence.
Traditional medicine practices among the Yoruba eo plf N ig ra: h s tc v T em it op I. B r k n, Ibr ahim O. L w l Abstract Often times, people ask questions about the origin and development of traditional medicine among the Yoruba people.
This paper attempts to unravel the historical development of File Size: KB. Green illustrated cover with white titling. Chapter headings include: Traditional religions in the Ibadan Area; Magic and Witchcraft; Traditional medicines; Religious, magical and medicinal beliefs; changes in Yoruba religions and medicine; Etc.
Includes b/w photos as well as tables, charts and graphs. Professional book dealer since ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: XII, Seiten,  Seiten de plates: Illustrationen ; 25 cm: Responsibility: by George E. Ifa Medicines and Herbal Remedies $ ; This book contains various Akose and Oogun (Medicines) to be prepared ONLY by Adept Babalawo, Iyanifa, Olorisa, and Onisegun to use at their discretion for themselves and/or their various clients.
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This book contains a list of medicinal herbs with: Species name, family name, yoruba names, common names, parts used and medicinal use. A query tool for babalawo when he wants to know the scientific name and the name Yoruba some plant along with its medicinal use.
Numerous traditional African medicines are undeniably beneficial in treating disease or maintaining good health. "Book Review " African Medicine:A Guide to Yoruba Divination &.
Yoruba religion is the basis for a number of religions in the New World, notably Santería, Umbanda, Trinidad Orisha, Haitian Vodou, and Candomblé. Yoruba religious beliefs are part of Itan, the total complex of songs, histories, stories, and other cultural concepts which make up the Yoruba society.
Akose Ifa Ati Oogun: Ifa Medicines and Preparations for Various Purposes. K likes. This book contains different Ifa medicines and preparations for many various ailments and purposes Followers: K.
This is a carefully written book on the topic of inequality in the new century. The book's title contains the echo of Karl Marxs magnum opus which it approaches with critical deference. Like Marxs book, it does not rise to great heights of polemic/5.
In my opinion, I believe the Yoruba tradition of Ifa-Orisa sits at the top of the pyramid of every practical, theoretical, and traditional practice or study. Again, this is simply my opinion. I awakened to my spirituality in a very horrible way.
I’ve written about this here many times before but it was my spirituality, my awakening, that pushed me to Ifa. PDF Download Ifa Medicines and Herbal Remedies, by Inc. Solagbade Popoola Library. You could save the soft documents of this book Ifa Medicines And Herbal Remedies, By Inc.
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Solagbade Popoola Library soft documents. Beliefs. According to Kola Abimbola, the Yorùbá have evolved a robust cosmology.  In brief, it holds that all human beings possess what is known as "Àyànmô"  (destiny, fate) and are expected to eventually become one in spirit with Olódùmarè (Olòrún, the divine creator and source of all energy).Furthermore, the thoughts and actions of each person in Ayé (the physical realm.
Yoruba male artist, Nigeria, 20th century. Cleveland State University African Art Collection. “Medicine” means multiple things in Africa. There are Western medicines, administered through injections and pills, meant to cure diseases and manage chronic conditions.
The Yoruba religion comprises the traditional religious and spiritual concepts and practices of the Yoruba homeland is in Southwestern Nigeria and the adjoining parts of Benin and Togo, a region that has come to be known as religion is formed of diverse traditions and has no single founder.
It has influenced or given birth to a host of thriving traditions such as. A herbal is a book containing the names and descriptions of plants, usually with information on their medicinal, tonic, culinary, toxic, hallucinatory.
Ifa Medicines and Herbal Remedies $ This book contains various Akose and Oogun (Medicines) to be prepared ONLY by Adept Babalawo, Iyanifa, Olorisa, and Onisegun to use at their discretion for themselves and/or their various clients. Traditional medicine practices among the Yoruba people of Nigeria: a historical perspective Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Medicinal Plants 2(6) October w Reads.Sot Sti.
Med. Vol. 14A, pp. 23 to 29 Pergamon Press Ltd Printed m Great Britain TRADITIONAL MEDICINE AND ITS PRACTITIONERS AMONG THE YORUBA OF NIGERIA: A CLASSIFICATION* D. D. O. OYEBOLA Department of Physiology, University of Ibadan, Nigeria Abstract--Nigeria, hke many other developing countries, suffers from severe shortage of Western-trained health by: Yoruba Store -Huelva, Spain - Rated 5 based on 4 Reviews "Beautiful ilekes colorful and bright to wear for Orisa people"5/5(4).