Okoubaka – “a faithful jewel to have at hand in cases of food poisoning, intolerance, sensitivity”
… this is the bark of an African tree. There is no proving, to date, of this as a homeopathic remedy. Yet, this was made into a remedy on account of its folk medical use. This bark is known to have been taken by the members of an African tribe if and when they were invited to a neighbouring or other tribe and they could not be sure of the good will of the invitation and had to fear possible poisoning in the food or drink served upon their meeting .
This remedy´s action radius is mainly on the gastrointestinal tract (stomach, intestines, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas). It is indicated for gastroenteritis following the ingestion of putrid food. It is also recommended for food intolerance, and temporary alterations of diet for example when travelling to foreign places, where…
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