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Manjakani is truly a generous gift from Mother Nature to women. There is no better herb on the market better for addressing all vaginal issues, including and especially vaginal atrophy (resulting in a loose vagina), than Manjakani, known as Oak Gall (botanical name Quercus infectoria). Manjakani or 'Oak galls" comes from oak trees indigenous to Asia and Persia and have been used since ancient times by various cultures including the Arabs, Persians, Indians, Chinese and Malays. The oak galls are produced, and strangely I might add, when the leaves of the oak tree are penetrated by stinging wasps which consequently induces a spontaneous chemical reaction caused by the penetration that stimulates the leaves to produce a roundish hard ball called an oak gall. These galls contain tannin and small amounts of gallic acid and ellagic acid and have antimicrobial properties. Additional properties of this herb includes Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium, fiber, protein, and carbohydrates. Oak galls

  • Bisnis profil yang baru

    Manjakani is truly a generous gift from Mother Nature to women. There is no better herb on the market better for addressing all vaginal issues, including and especially vaginal atrophy (resulting in a loose vagina), than Manjakani, known as Oak Gall (botanical name Quercus infectoria). Manjakani or 'Oak galls" comes from oak trees indigenous to Asia and Persia and have been used since ancient times by various cultures including the Arabs, Persians, Indians, Chinese and Malays. The oak galls are produced, and strangely I might add, when the leaves of the oak tree are penetrated by stinging wasps which consequently induces a spontaneous chemical reaction caused by the penetration that stimulates the leaves to produce a roundish hard ball called an oak gall. These galls contain tannin and small amounts of gallic acid and ellagic acid and have antimicrobial properties. Additional properties of this herb includes Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Calcium, fiber, protein, and carbohydrates. Oak galls

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